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  • Dalke, Degefu (Addis Ababa University, 2012-06)
    This study explores tense, aspect and mood in the Wolayta language. Wolayta is one of the main languages of the Ometo group of the Omotic family, which belongs to the Afroasiatic language phylum. It is spoken in the south ...
  • Eshetu, Meseret (Addis Ababa University, 2012-09)
    This study takes Mesqan as its target language. The researcher has taken over the task of describing the tense, aspect and mood system of Mesqan verbs. Besides, the researcher seeks to achieve the following specific ...
  • Demissie, Birhanu (Addis Ababa University, 2011-06)
    Si nce it s introduc ti on for primary ed uca tion and adm ini s trati on in 1994 , the com municative domain s o f Ged e' uffa have rcmarkably inc reased thus rcs ultin g in urgcnt needs to d evelop terminol ogy of fo ...
  • Takele, Birhanu (Addis Ababa University, 2017-12)
    This study identifies and describes the linguistic taboos and their corresponding euphemistic expressions among the Oromo of Oromia Regional State. To conduct the study, qualitative method was employed. The main instruments ...
  • Mossa, Habtamu (Addis Ababa University, 2010-06)
    The general objective of this study is to collect and analyze the major themes of the Mänzumas of Sheikh Muhammad Yassin (1895-1972 G.C.), who was one the great Muslim leaders and scholars in South Wollo. Mänzuma is a ...
  • Tefera, Assefa (Addis Ababa University, 2003-07)
    The major aim of the present study is to sociologically analyse Jaarsoo's poetry Finna San Gama (Beyond Adversities) set in the social, cultural and economic immediate milieu of the Oromo and in the current sociopolitical ...
  • Fikre, Zufan (Addis Ababa Universiy, 2010-06)
    The purpose of this study is to describe and document the traditional cloth making process and tools in Kutaber, Woreda of South Wollo Zone. The tools used for traditional cloth making, the processes from raw ...
  • Buko, Bekele (Addis Ababa University, 2012-02)
    The purpose of the study was to explore teachers’, students’ and parents’ attitude toward the transition from Afaan Oromoo to English medium of instruction in early grade 9. For the purpose, directors, teachers, students ...
  • Atakilti, Kidu (Addis Ababa Universiy, 2010-06)
    This paper is aimed at investigating the pro81e-ms of trwlsition from ' Tigrinya to English as medium of instruction in Tigray taking Wer'leke wereda as a sample. The study included five instruments; observation, ...
  • Biadgie, Alebachew (Addis Ababa University, 2010-06)
    The general objective of this study is to examine Dawro verb complements. To achieve the intended objective, various literatures have been referred. Data have been collected from informants and existing literatures. ...
  • Yigebru, Haile Leul (Addis Ababa Universiy, 1991-06)
    This paper attempts to describe complements of Awin[i verbs following the X-Bar Theory of phrase structure rules of Jackendoff (1977) , Chomsky (1981,1986) and Radford (1981). The theory claims that in all natural ...
  • W. Giorgis, Mathewos (Addis Ababa University, 2010-06)
    This study entitled ‘Verbal Morphology of Gedeo’ consists of five chapters which are classified in different subsections. The study is largely a descriptive one and hence does not involve much theoretical discussion. Chapter ...
  • Yehu Gurmu, Alema; G/Tsadik, Abebe (Phd) (AAU, 2000-01)
    This thesis attempts to investigate and explain the word-formation processes of Kistantiiiia, one of the Ethio-Semitic languages. The issues raised are nominali zation, verbalization, adj ecti vization, reduplication and ...
  • Nesha, Abdulfetah (AAU, 2011-06)
    This thesis attempts to describe the major word formation processes in Kafi Noonoo. Most Kafi Noonoo words are formed by two word form a tion processes, i.e. affixation or compou ndin g, and only some words by reduplication ...
  • Negassa, Temeagen (Addis Ababa University, 1993-06)
    W.rd f.rmati.n is a ~.ce.s of cre~tin9 neww.rds fr •• existing •••••• Deriyat1.n &allc:eapeundlDt are the _st c-.n prec••••• et werd f.rm.ti.n. :In this .twly, an atteapt is .ade t. d.scri»e sueh weN f.r •• ti.n processes ...
  • Dilnesaw, Abraham (Addis Ababa University, 2003-06)
    There are several word formation processes, in Oyda. What they all have in common is that they take an existing base and produce a new form.It is investigated that only nominals, verbals and adjectivals can be used as ...
  • Asscfa, Zinawork (Addis Ababa Universiy, 2012-10)
    This study is an attempts made to discuss Zar expressions in Arsi Farak'asa of Oro mo. The expressions include verbal and non verbal expressions. The non-verbal expressions are objects of symbolic representation which ...
  • Yimer, Teshome (Addis Ababa University, 1999-06)

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