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|Description of the semantic potential of the si-construction in Basse Mandinka|
|The acquisition of grammatical gender in L2 German by learners with Afrikaans, English or Italian as their L1|
|Carla Ellis, Simone Conradie, Kate Huddlestone||17-27|
|Analysing Afrikaans-English bilingual children’s conversational code switching|
|Joanine Nel, Kate Huddlestone||29-53|
|A compromise of rights, rights of language and rights to a language in Eugene Terreblanche’s (ET) trial within a trial: evidence lost in translation|
|Specific language impairment as a syntax-phonology (PF) interface problem: evidence from Afrikaans|
|Norbert Corver, Frenette Southwood, Roeland van Hout||71-89|
|Toward a computer-aided methodology for discourse analysis|
|Interethnic relations and language variation: language use and identity negotiation among Namibian Coloureds and Whites in interactional settings.|
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