Linguistics and Communication Project Topics and Materials

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This research is aimed at describing an aspect of syntax of Kaninkon language. And our focus is negation in the language. Kaninkon is a language spoken in Jema’a local government area of Kaduna State, Nigeria. The native speakers call themselves kyung (Kaninkon). Although, the Kaninkon is not a major group in Nigeria, yet the speakers are found... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:LAC0152
  • Pages:117


This research is aimed at discussing the general overview of verb phrase in Migili language. This research work is divided into five chapters which are relevant aspects of the theory of syntax. TABLE OF CONTENTS Title Page          i Certification          ii Dedication          iii Acknowledgements          iv Table of... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:LAC0151
  • Pages:166


Lákõökö iśë yìí yóò là wá lóye yóò sí tún fún wa ní ìmõ kún ìmõ nítorí ôgbön kò pín sí ibìkan bí a bá śe ń wádìí nýkan náà ni ìmõ wa yóò máa gbòró sí nítorí ôgbön kò pín síbí kan. Yàtõ sí èyí iśë yìí yóò mú ìmõ êkö têsíwàjú nítorí pé àwôn òýkõwé ti śiśë... Continue Reading


Introduction to the History of Gùngáwá People and Language. Gùngáwá is an adopted name for the Bàrèshe people by their Hausa neighbors which means Island dwellers because of their nearest to rivers and lakes.   The people call themselves Bàrèshe, Tsureja or Yáúráwa but officially called Gùngáwá. The names of the language are... Continue Reading


This research is aimed at discussing the general overview of Noun Phrase in Migili language. This research work is divided into five chapters. Chapter one which is the introductory part include: the historical background, socio-cultural profile, the scope and organization of study as well as the theoretical framework, the data collection method... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:LAC0148
  • Pages:105


This long essay aims at studying questions formation in Ìjà-Kórò, it will cover the general introductions of the study, the sound inventory of the language, the distribution of those sound and transformational generative grammar, this research work is divided into 5 chapters. Chapter one is the general introduction, presenting the background... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:LAC0147
  • Pages:139


GENERAL BACKGROUND This chapter will examine the general background of the study and described the speakers of the language in respect of their historical background and socio-cultural profile.  It also, introduces us to the genetic classification of Kofyar, the scope and organization of the study together with the theoretical framework.  The... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:LAC0146
  • Pages:110


This research focuses on the phonology of Yukuben, a language spoken by about 25,000 speakers in Sabongida Yukuben of Takum Local Government Area in the east of Taraba State in Nigeria, and North West Province, Menchum division, west of Furu-Awa, near Nigeria border in Cameroon. In the absence of a population census, a rough estimate would put... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:LAC0145
  • Pages:135


TABLE OF CONTENTS Title Page                                                                           i Certification                                                                         ii Dedication... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:LAC0144
  • Pages:110


ABSTRACT Syllabification is the process of segmenting a word into syllables. This research work investigated syllabification in the Ekid language, syllable structures and the phonotactic constraints that govern the distribution of segments in syllable initial, medial and final position. The research methodology employed was descriptive research... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT  The title of this work is .  This language is used by the Ika people of Delta State. It’s central focus  is to find out how numerals are derived in the language and the different  morphological processes it undergoes in the modification of number  names other than the basic ones. The motivation behind this... Continue Reading


The Èfik language is a Lower Cross language spoken in Cross River State of Nigeria. The study examines the segmental, suprasegmental and phonological processes of the Èfîk languge to establish the exact phonemic status of the language with spectographic evidence. Goldsmith's Autosegmental phonology (1976) is adopted as the theoretical frame. A... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:LAC0141
  • Pages:159


Preamble In traditional grammar, words are the basic units of analysis. Grammarians classify words according to parts of speech and identify and list the forms that words can be grouped. Although the matter is really very complex, for the sake of simplicity we will begin with the assumption that we are all generally able to distinguish words from... Continue Reading


INTRODUCTION 1.1General Introduction This study discusses the phonology of Bànsárà language, a language spoken in Ogoja Local Government Area of Cross-River state, Nigeria. Phonology is that branch of linguistics that studies the organization of speech sounds in human language. It is the component of grammar that accounts for the general... Continue Reading


'Times New Roman'' lang='EN-GB'>ABBREVIATIONS AND TONE MARKING CONVENTION mso-fareast-font-family:'Times New Roman'' lang='EN-GB'>   The work adopted Welmer’s tone marking convention which states that only the first of the sequence of syllables on the same pitch level is marked leaving the subsequent ones unmarked until a contrasting... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT  This project examines the linguistic persuasive strategies of president Obama’s speech as well  as  the  secluded  philosophy  enshrined  in  his  Cairo  address  to  Muslim  world.  It represents  the  American  vision  of  Muslims  by  re-introducing  herself  to  the  world [Muslims] at large. In this Cairo... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:LAC0137
  • Pages:159


  ABSTRACT This research work focuses on the topic   A Linguistic Analysis of the Use of Metaphor in Nigerian Political discourse . Language is a means of communication but the use of metaphor by politicians most often brings misconceptualization of the use of metaphors in which the information conveyed to the public is not exactly what is meant... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT This study focuses on . It aims at comparing overt semantic features of culinary terms and the objectives are to identify the lexico-semantic components, distinguish these, owing to how they point to culture variation between Zaar and English. The Semantic Field and... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT TENSE AND ASPECT IN OGBUNIKE IGBO Igbo language is made up of so many dialects that comprise the Igbo speaking areas of the country and is marked by certain tense and aspect just as in every other language of the world, which are used to indicate the time of events/ actions as well as the duration, inception , continuity and completion of... Continue Reading


TABLE OF CONTENT Title page    i Approval page     ii Dedication     iii Acknowledgement     iv Table of Content     v CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1.0 Introduction     1 1.1 Statement of the problem     2 1.2 purpose of the study     3 1.3 The significance of the study     3 1.4 Objectives of the study     4 1.5 Research... Continue Reading


TABLE OF CONTENTS Title Page - - - - - - - - i Approval Page - - - - - - - - ii Dedication - - - - - - - - iii Acknowledgements - - - - - - - iv Table of Contents - - - - - - - vi CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction - - - - - - - 1 1.1 background of the study - - - - - - 2 1.2 Objectives of the Study - - - - - - 3 1.3 Significance of the Study - - - - -... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT This study has set to find out 'an investigation on the level of phonological  interference in the speech of Hausa-English bilingual: A case study of  Usmanu Danfodiyo University Sokoto'. It was to find out the features that  distinguish Hausa accent from the Received Pronunciation. The Recorded  speech of ten selected native... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT This project analyses semantic ambiguous headlines stating their communicative effectiveness with regards to print media. Using data from Vanguard and Daily Trust newspapers, the study discovered that ambiguities are prevalent in the newspaper headlines as a result of various manipulations on sentences and lexical choice. This leads to... Continue Reading


Abstract This research studies the occurrence of the constructions and functions of NPs in English and Hausa languages, and finds out the similarities and differences that exist between them. Data are collected from primary and secondary sources, i.e. published Grammar, Linguistics and Comparative Analysis, unpublished lecture note; internet based... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT This study examined the Correlation between English – language and literature – English: A case study of MELL, UDUS, Sokoto. The research centers on finding out the reason why most students in tertiary institutions being scared of some aspects of the genres of literature with emphasis majorly on poetry. Research questions were... Continue Reading
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