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GA-DANGME: ENDANGERED LANGUAGES OF GHANA – PART II

 3.2 The Respondents Members of the communities were categorized into age groups as follows: 01 – 10 years               (corresponding to Children) 11 – 20 years               (corresponding to Children) 21 – 30 years               (corresponding to Parents) 31 – 40 years               (corresponding to Parents) 41 – 50 years               (corresponding to Parents) 51 – 60 years               (correspondi ...

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GA-DANGME: ENDANGERED LANGUAGES OF GHANA – PART I

ABSTRACT The phenomenon of language endangerment and, ultimately, language loss is considered in regard to indigenous Ghanaian languages. It is established that two languages, namely, Ghanaian English (GhE) and Akan, especially the Twi dialect, and to a small degree, Ewe, are slowly killing off the smaller Ghanaian languages. For instance, in 1970 almost all Winneba natives spoke Efutu (Ewutu) as their firs ...

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