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Senga Handbook a Short Introduction to the Senga Dialect, As Spoken on the Lower Luangwa North-Eastern Rhodesia (Classic Reprint)
by:Arthur Cornwallis Madan
Few persons are likely at present to begin the study of Senga without previous knowledge of some other dialect of Bantu. It may therefore be enough to say that Senga exhibits all the general features of other Bantu dialects, and no attempt is made here to enlarge upon such. Nor can completeness be claimed for any part of this short Introduction even as to...
Few persons are likely at present to begin the study of Senga without previous knowledge of some other dialect of Bantu. It may therefore be enough to say that Senga exhibits all the general features of other Bantu dialects, and no attempt is made here to enlarge upon such. Nor can completeness be claimed for any part of this short Introduction even as to what is peculiarly Senga. All that is aimed at is a brief outline, accurate as far as it goes, of Senga Grammar and Vocabulary, in the hope that it will at least be sufficient as a starting-point for further study, and require supplementing rather than correcting hereafter. ;B y Senga is here meant the particular selection of Bantu X, forms and words used by the Senga people in British territory on the Lower Luangwa. A large section of the tribe is in :r Portuguese territory southward to the Zambezi, and there are .S ehgas settled in the north of the Luangwa valley, as well as 7among the A ngoni eastward. How far they use the Senga represented in this book, the compiler does not at present know. Hitherto Senga appears to have been entirely unwritten, and it i is not even mentioned by Torrend C omparative Grammar of South African Bantu)ox by Last JP olyglotta Africana Orientaiis), A short Vocabulary of Northern Senga by Sir H. H. Johnston agrees closely with the present one.(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)About the Publisher Forgotten Books is a publisher of historical writings, such as: Philosophy, Classics, Science, Religion, History, Folklore and Mythology.Forgotten Books' Classic Reprint Series utilizes the latest technology to regenerate facsimiles of historically important writings. Careful attention has been made to accurately preserve the original format of each page whilst digitally enhancing the aged text.
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