Issues in Zulu relativization

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Published by Dept. of African Languages, Rhodes University in Grahamstown .

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  • Zulu language -- Relative clauses.

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StatementGeorge Poulos.
SeriesCommunication / Department of African Languages, Rhodes University ;, no. 11, Communication (Rhodes University. Dept. of African Languages) ;, no. 11.
LC ClassificationsPL8842 .P6 1982
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 330 p. :
Number of Pages330
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Open LibraryOL3250477M
ISBN 100868100897
LC Control Number83167579

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