Generative studies of Ìgbo grammar

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Philip Ákụjụọobì Nwáchukwu (1941‑2009)

professor emeritus, Department of Linguistics & Nigerian Languages, University of Nigeria, Ǹsú̩ká ("Nsukka")

founding editor, Journal of the Linguistic Association of Nigeria, ISSN 0189-5680

former chairman, UNN chapter of the Academic Staff Union of Universities



The following hard-to-obtain works by Déè Phil are posted here in his memory:

(i) Noun phrase sentential complementation in Ìgbo
Dissertation, School of Oriental & African Studies, University of London, 1976.

(ii) Readings on the Ìgbo Verb
Africana-FEP, Ọ̀nịcha ("Onitsha"), 1983. Missing pages: 99, 106. ISBN 9751750235
Edited collection of papers by Ánọ̀ká., Éménanjọ, Nwáchukwu, Ọ́jị̀ and Ụ̀waláàka.

(iii) The argument structure of Ìgbo verbs
Lexicon Project Working Paper 18, M.I.T., Cambridge Mass., 1987. OCLC 23061186

(iv) Tone in Ìgbo Syntax
Ìgbo Language Association c/o University of Nigeria, Ǹsú̩ká ("Nsukka"), 1995. ISBN 9782937509




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5 July 2013
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