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COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ENUANI AND THE NKWERRE DIALECT OF IGBO LANGUAGE

Before the 16th century, the Igbo had an ideogram form of writing called “Nsibidi ideograms” (“Nsibidi” is an ancient system of graphic communication indigenous to the “Ejagham people of South-eastern Nigeria and South-western Cameroon in the Cross River region”). This form of writing was also used by other neighbouring people like the Ibibios and the Efik. The form of writing was invented by the Ekoi people for written communication. This form died out most likely due to the fact that many of its users were members of secret societies such as Ekpe, who then made “Nsibidi” a secret form of communication and did not want to publicly discuss it.

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COMPERATIVE STUDY OF ENUANI AND NKWERE DIALECT OF IGBO LANGUAGE

This research is a comparative study of Enuani dialect of Igbo and the Igbo language spoken in Imo State by Nkwerre people with the view of capturing the possible similarities and differences found in the sound system of Enuani dialect of Igbo and the Nkwerre dialect of Igbo. According to Ikekeonwu (1987), there are about 20 Igbo dialects and these dialects include Enuani, Nkwerre, Ngwa, Orlu, Mbaise and so on. The project work focuses on the phonetics and phonology of the Enuani and Nkwerre dialects of Igbo. A comparative study of this nature sets out to identify similarities or differences in the sound systems of these dialects with the aim of determining the relationship between them.

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Factors affecting language application in a multilingual community

The researcher observed that before an individual thinks of language choice, there must be some motivational factors. Motivation and investment in this process, by the individual, will depend on the value attached to prospective gains accompanying proficiency in the relevant language. He also observed that language choice is affected by utilitarian considerations. A speaker may feel that the use of a particular language will place him in an advantageous position either within a group or within a wider social context. If his antagonists in a discussion or argument are less fluent than he is, this will clearly serve to give him a valuable edge. The perceived advantage does not have to be in relation to other individuals. It may be for purely personal considerations that a person chooses to speak a particular language. A student of a foreign language may prefer to use that language whenever possible, with the sole intention of improving his ability.

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LANGUAGE ATTITUDES AMONG TEENAGERS AND ITS EFFECT: A CASE STUDY OF TEENAGERS IN UYO

This work seeks to explain the attitudes exhibited by teenagers Uyo, Akwa Ibom State to their Ibibio language. Most work done in this field is centered on language loss/death. Therefore this work will be concerned on the attitudes exhibited by teenagers to their Ibibio Language vis-à-vis English and pidgin and its effect.

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WH-QUESTION IN AKWUKWU-IGBO DIALECT OF IGBO

Acknowledgement Abstract Table of Contents CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study 1.2 Igbo Language and Its Dialects 1.3 The Enuani Dialect of Igbo 1.4 Akwukwu-Igbo Dialect of Igbo 1.5 Akwukwu-Igbo Phonology 1.5.1 Consonants 1.5.2 Consonant Chart 1.5.3 Vowels 1.5.4 Vowel Chart 1.6 Tone 1.7 Pronoun 1.8 Objective of Study 1.9 Method of Data Collection

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