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 OJML  Vol.4 No.5 , December 2014
Pronouns in Ode Dialect: A Grammatical Analysis
Abstract: Much attention has been paid on the pronouns in the Yoruba language by the Yoruba scholars compared to the few works on the pronouns in the dialects of Yoruba. This paper contributes to the few works on the pronouns in the dialects of Yoruba. The paper considers the pronouns in Ode, a sub-dialect of Èkìtì, and discusses the similarities and differences observed between the pronouns in Yoruba language and Ode dialect. The paper applies a descriptive approach in its analysis.
Cite this paper: Akintoye, O. (2014) Pronouns in Ode Dialect: A Grammatical Analysis. Open Journal of Modern Linguistics, 4, 701-708. doi: 10.4236/ojml.2014.45060.
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