Monthly Archives: April 2011

A STUDY OF ADVERBIAL CLAUSES IN TUMBUKA LANGUAGE

A STUDY OF ADVERBIAL CLAUSES IN TUMBUKA LANGUAGE 4.0 INTRODUCTION Sidney Greenbaum and Randolph Quirk (1990) argues that: Adverbial clauses function mainly as adjuncts or disjunct. In those functions, they are like adverbial phrases but in Their potentiality for greater … Continue reading

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A COMPARISON OF TWO TRANSLATED BIBLE VERSIONS: A CASE OF TUMBUKA VERSION AND KING JAMES VERSION. LUKE CHAPTER TEN (FIRST TEN SENTENCES) AND COMMENTS ON THE OBSERVATIONS.

A COMPARISON OF TWO TRANSLATED BIBLE VERSIONS: A CASE OF TUMBUKA VERSION AND KING JAMES VERSION. LUKE CHAPTER TEN (FIRST TEN SENTENCES) AND COMMENTS ON THE OBSERVATIONS. 1.0 INTRODUCTION This paper attempts to compare and comment on the first ten … Continue reading

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SOME COLOUR TERMS IN TUMBUKA LANGUAGE

SOME COLOUR TERMS IN TUMBUKA LANGUAGE 5.0 INTRODUCTION Discussions on colour terms have elicited serious attention from different scholars in various fields around the world. Cognizant of the significant of colour terms in a language, basis must be deciphered on … Continue reading

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WHEN IS THE CURRICULUM CONTENT OF SOCIAL RELEVANCE – Essay by Grace C. Kapoma and Carol Namusokwe

WHEN IS THE CURRICULUM CONTENT OF SOCIAL RELEVANCE – Essay by Grace C. Kapoma and Carol Namusokwe 1. Introduction It is impossible for an educational program to exist and progress smoothly without the existence of curriculum. A good Curriculum is … Continue reading

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