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The revolutionary development of the Somali language

Hussein Mohamed Adam.

The revolutionary development of the Somali language

by Hussein Mohamed Adam.

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Published by African Studies Center, University of California in Los Angeles, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Somali language,
  • Somali language -- Political aspects -- Somalia

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 29-33.

    StatementHussein M. Adam ; with an introduction by Charles L. Geshekter.
    SeriesOccasional paper / African Studies Center, University of California -- no. 20, Occasional paper (University of California, Los Angeles. African Studies Center) -- no. 20.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 33 p. :
    Number of Pages33
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23319738M

    Somali language books. Somali language books from Indiana University-Bloomington's collection have been digitized. A list of all books can be found here.; The print versions of these books may be accessed at IUB's Wells Library or through interlibrary loan. Jan 21,  · October 21, The head of the Supreme Revolutionary Council who was now president, Siad Barre revived the idea of writing the Somali language script. 21 January Somali military government formed a new commission. This time 21 language experts and academics were assigned to adopt a standard orthography for Somali language and in.

    The Supreme Revolutionary Council also attempted to resolve the outstanding issue of which of the various writing systems then in use in Somalia should be officialized as the main national orthography. Nov 18,  · English-Somali Phrasebook with Useful Wordlist. EMBED (for flatmountaingirls.com hosted blogs and flatmountaingirls.com item tags).

    A number of writing systems have been used over the years for transcribing the Somali language. Of these, the Somali alphabet is the most widely used, and has been the official writing script in Somalia since the Supreme Revolutionary Council formally introduced it in October Calling code: + A Dictionary of Somali Verbs in Everyday Contexts. () Compiled & Translated by Liban A. Ahmad. Ed. by K. Shipton. (AuthorHouseUK, Bloomington, IN, ). - ^this book is the first of its kind for learners of Somali as a second language. It contains more than .


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The revolutionary development of the Somali language / Hussein M. Adam ; with an introduction by Charles L. Geshekter. Format Book Published Los Angeles, Calif.: African Studies Center, University of California, Description 33 p.: ill. ; 26 cm. Uniform series Occasional paper (University of.

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