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|Title: ||Some Differences Between the Details of the Constituent Structures of Amharic and English Sentences|
|Authors: ||Marew, Zewdie|
|Advisors: ||Dr. Melaku Asfaw|
|Keywords: ||Details of the Constituent|
Amharic and English
|Copyright: ||Jun-1983 |
|Date Added: ||27-Nov-2012 |
|Abstract: ||This study is an attempt to identify the areas of
differences between the details of the constituent
structures of the two major parts (noun phrases and verb
phrases) of Amharic and English sentences.
The whole study has been covered in six chapters.
At the initial stage, a review of all available studies
on Amharic and english sentences in general and en the
contract of the details of the constituent structures of
the sentence of the two languages in particular has been
made. In chapter two and three the constituent structures
of Amharic and English sentences have been described and
then concentrated in chapter four. In the last chapter
conclusions, findings and recommendations have been provided.
The study on the whole indicates that the constituent
sturctur8 of Amharic and English have syntactic
characteristics in common but it also shows that there are
difference when these features are analyzed in details.
The study recommends that a wide and exhaustive study
on Amharic be carried out in order to contrast it adequately
with that of English.|
|Appears in:||Thesis - Teaching English as a Foreign Language|
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