Àwọn èdè Folta-Kóngò

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Volta-Kóngò
Ìpínká
ìyaoríilẹ̀:
Ìwọòrùn Áfríkà
Ìyàsọ́tọ̀: Niger-Kóngò
Àwọn ìpín-abẹ́:
Niger-Congo map.png
Volta–Congo languages (brown, orange, green) in the geography of the Niger–Congo languages

Ninu iyasoto àwọn èdè Áfríkà, awon ede Volta-Kóngò lopojulo ninu awon ede ibatan Atlántíkì-Kóngò, pelu awon sistemu ikosoto oro-oruko to wopo ninu awon ede Àwọn èdè Atlántíkì-Kóngò.



Itokasi[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

  • Casali, Roderic F. (1995) 'On the Reduction of Vowel Systems in Volta–Congo', African Languages and Cultures, 8, 2, Dec, 109–121.
  • Stewart, John M. (1976) Towards Volta–Congo reconstruction: a comparative study of some languages of Black-Africa. (Inaugural speech, Leiden University) Leiden: Universitaire Pers Leiden.
  • Stewart, John M. (1985) 'Nasality patterns in the Volta–Congo foot.' Paper presented at the Colloquium on African Linguistics, Leiden, Sept. 1985.
  • Williamson, Kay & Blench, Roger (2000) 'Niger–Congo', in Heine, Bernd and Nurse, Derek (eds) African Languages — An Introduction. Cambridge: Cambridge University press, pp. 11–42.