By Kevin J. Rottet, J. Clancy Clements, Thomas A. Klingler, Deborah Piston-Hatlen
This quantity provides a set of latest articles by means of 16 experts within the box of pidgin and creole stories, assembled in honor of the world-renowned creolist, Albert Valdman. The articles, written from a number of theoretical views, are equipped thematically in 3 sections: at the historical past of particular pidgins or creoles (including Louisiana Creole and Haitian Creole); at the sociohistorical settings that gave upward thrust to those touch languages and matters affecting their destiny improvement; and on problems with linguistic version and alter. in response to Valdman’s personal basic pursuits, the French-based creoles obtain the main consciousness, together with either these of the Atlantic region and people of the Indian Ocean, however the quantity additionally provides major scholarship on English- and Portuguese-based types.
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I parle franse. ” Parle a mon! ” Li lenm son wiski. ” Gade mo piti pou mwen. ” (p. 82)† Antre mo frè. ” (p. 82) MLI Rèste lamezon. ” (p. 78) Ye lenmen sa. ” (p. 77) Vou lenmen en goble dolo? ” (p. 81) † Page numbers refer to Marshall (1991). 23 Short form Le jœn pal plu kreyòl. ” Twa tu parl meyœr keu mwen. ” No short forms attested. Parl pa ak li. ” Nouzòt lèv tou le jour. ” Mo lenm le joli bouke. ” Ga li la. ” (p. 83) Pri pou nou. ” (p. 82) Table 5. Long and short verb forms used in present-tense and imperative contexts in Plaquemines Parish (PP), St.
71-108. Perret, Michael John. 1933. “A study of the syntax and morphology of the verb of the creole dialect of Louisiana”. Unpublished master’s thesis, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge. C. 1807. Voyages dans l’intérieur de la Louisiane (3 vols). Paris: F. Buisson. Rottet, Kevin J. 2001. Language shift in the coastal marshes of Louisiana. Berlin: Peter Lang. Speedy, Karin. 1994. “Mississippi and Teche Creole: A demographic and linguistic case for separate genesis in Louisiana”. Unpublished master’s thesis, University of Auckland, New Zealand.
History, Society And Variation: In Honor of Albert Valdman (Creole Language Library) by Kevin J. Rottet, J. Clancy Clements, Thomas A. Klingler, Deborah Piston-Hatlen