2 edition of study of the Ewe language found in the catalog.
study of the Ewe language
|Statement||by Diedrich Westermann ; Translated by A. L. Bickford-Smith.|
|Contributions||Bickford-Smith, Aubrey Lewis, tr.|
|LC Classifications||PL8161 .W45|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 258 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||258|
|LC Control Number||31024629|
Apr 9, - The Bible in Ewe Revised Version / Biblia / Ewe Bible Ewe is a Niger-Congo language spoken in Ghana, Togo and Benin by over five million people. Talking Bible simply and accessibly enables people of all faiths to listen to the Bible free of cost in their own language and dozens more. Donate. Éwé Bible Éwé is also known as Ewe, Ebwe, Efe, Eibe, Eue, Eve, Gbe, Krepe, Krepi, Popo, and Vhe. and the Bible translations read for those recordings are individually protected by.
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The Ewe language. Ewe, also written Evhe, or Eʋe, is a major dialect cluster of Gbe or Tadoid (Capo , Duthie ) spoken in the south-eastern part of the Volta Region of Ghana across to parts of southern Togo as far as and just across the Togo-Benin border by about three million , and for that matter Gbe, belongs to the Kwa family of Niger-Congo. Other resources for the Bible in the ewe Language; Joshua Project; ; ; Bible publication dates; First portion was published in The New Testament was published in The Complete Bible was published in
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Ewe (Èʋe or Èʋegbe [èβeɡ͡be]) is a Niger–Congo language spoken in Togo and southeastern Ghana by approximately million people as a first language and a million or so more as a second language. Ewe is part of a cluster of related languages commonly called Gbe; the other major Gbe language is Fon of Benin.
Like many African languages, Ewe is ge family:. OCLC Number: Notes: Translation of: Grammatik der ewe-sprache. Description: xiv, pages ; 18 cm: Other Titles: Grammatik der Ewe-sprache. Responsibility. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Westermann, Diedrich, Study of the Ewe language.
London: Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Buy A study of the Ewe language by Westermann, Diedrich (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Diedrich Westermann. Published over years ago the book had limited circulation and became increasingly rare to the extent that it almost became a deified piece of work and source of classified knowledge.
Additionally, Die Ewe-Stamme was published in German and old non-standard and colloquial Ewe languages. Ewe, peoples living in southeastern Ghana, southern Benin, and the southern half of Togo who speak various dialects of Ewe, a language of the Kwa branch of the Niger-Congo family.
Ewe unity is based on language and common traditions of origin: their original homeland is traced to Oyo, in western Nigeria, which was a major Yoruba kingdom. Most Ewe are farmers, corn (maize) and yams being their.
This Peace Corps Ewe Course is designed to give a beginner student an introduction to the structure of the Ewe language and reasonable practice in speaking it. It is intended to be taught with the assistance of a native speaker of Ewe.
This book can be covered within two semesters of a class meetings of three hours each week. The Ewe people (Ewe: Eʋeawó, lit."Ewe people"; or Mono Kple Volta Tɔ́sisiwo Dome, lit."Ewe nation","Eʋenyigba" Eweland;) are an African ethnic group. The largest population of Ewe people is in Ghana with (m) people, and the second largest population in Togo with (2m) people.
They speak the Ewe language (Ewe: Eʋegbe) which belongs to the Niger-Congo Gbe family of languages. This book and lots of others that are useful for language learners are available on VitalSource, a great place to check out if you’re into e-books. Their Bookshelf app works for Kindle, iPad, Android and Chromebook, and can save you time and money with your language book habit.
Make it your Bible. Highlight or Bookmark your favourite verses, make Verse Images that you can share, and attach public or private Notes to Bible passages. Bibliography. Ansre, Gilbert () The Tonal Structure of Thesis, Kennedy School of Missions of Hartford Seminary Foundation. Ameka, Felix Kofi () 'Ewe'.
In Garry and Rubino (eds.), Fact About the World's Languages: An Encyclopedia of the World's Major Languages, Past and Present, New York/Dublin: The H.W. Wilson Company. 'In this beautifully exemplified and coherently structured book, Yule guides readers through the various aspects of language study.
This is an ideal introduction to linguistics for students and practitioners with a general interest in language. This edition is enriched with study questions and tasks which will be particularly useful to readers.'Reviews: An experiment in readability: an adaptation of the Flesch reading ease formula for use in two languages of Ghana, Fante and Ewe.
Otoo, Samuel Kofi. Syracuse, N.Y. Ewe is one of the major languages of Ghana. The Associate Professor in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Ghana here provides a book about the language as such.
He intends it as more than a textbook, and has written it at a level to be of use to both native speakers of Ewe andthose for whom it is not their mother tongue Reviews: 1.
Ewe Language According to UNESCO grouping of languages (), Ewe is a community language of Africa and its homeland stretches between three West African countries, namely, the Republics of Ghana, Togo, Benin (Dahomey) and to Badagry in the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
According. The Ewe-Speaking Peoples of the Slave Coast of West Africa: The Religion, Manners, Customs, Laws, Languages, &c. (London: Chapman and Hall, ), by A. Ellis (page images at HathiTrust) Ew̉egbalẽḥeḥlẽ ẃe akpa IV / ([Bremen: Norddeutsche Missionsgesellschaft, ]), by G.
Härtter and R. former owner. wid Vlaardingerbroek. Cambridge University Press, - Language Arts & Disciplines - pages 14 Reviews The Study of Language is quite simply the best introduction to the field available today/5(14). The Ewe of Togo and Benin edited by Benjamin N. Lawrance Coordinated by the West African Organisation for Research on Eweland, this publication constitutes a first and much needed English language survey of the history and cultures of the Ewe peoples in.
Ewe people represent an incredibly complex subset of Ghana's culture. They have their own unique way of life and this piece captures the things one ought to know about the Ewe people, their language, family life, naming culture and other facts.
A Study of the Ewe Language. By Diedrich Westermann. Translated by A. Bickford-Smith, M.A. (Cantab), Late Inspector of Schools, Gold Coast Colony. Oxford University Press.
London: Humphrey Milford, - Volume 4 Issue 1 - A. Werner. Ewe tradition and culture was very synonymous with Hebrew culture (Just like the Ga their kin).
Sources are scattered accross books and one of the oldest is “The Ewe of German Togo” by Jakob Spieth. Try getting this book and you will see for yourself. Enlightening Entertainment - EpisodeThe Story of the Ancient Ewe Language, Air date: J (EE - ).Ewe (Èʋe or Èʋegbe [èβeɡ͡be]) is a Niger–Congo language spoken in southeastern Ghana and southern Togo by over three million people.
Ewe is part of a cluster of related languages commonly called Gbe; the other major Gbe language is Fon of Benin. Like most African languages, Ewe is tonal.
The German Africanist Diedrich Hermann Westermann published many dictionaries and grammars of.