This two volume set comprises "one of the most comprehensive grammars of any Bantu language. "
--Derek Nurse, Research Professor in the Linguistics Department, Memorial University
This groundbreaking study addresses all grammatical levels of Kifuliiru, a Bantu (J) language of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Together the set is one of the most thorough Bantu grammars available.
Both publications are in the SIL International and the University of Texas at Arlington Publications in Linguistics series.Save 12% on the purchase of the set over purchasing each volume separately.
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Karen Van Otterloo received a master's degree in linguistics from the University of Texas at Arlington in 1977. She and her husband Roger lived with their family in the Kifuliiru-speaking area of what was then Zaire from 1980-1996 and still continue contact and involvement today.
Roger Van Otterloo received his master's degree in linguistics from the University of Texas at Arlington in 1976. He and his wife Karen have worked with SIL International® among the Kifuliiru-speaking community since 1980.
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