APPENDICES
I(a) List of topics from Question 1 of Shona Paper 1 of the Cambrige School Certificate Examination, 1979
I(b) The total adoptive vocabulary list from compositions written by 526 O-Level candidates
II(a) Recollection Test and Questionaire I
II(b) Performance of non-student informants in Recollection Test
II(c) Performance of student informants in Recollection Test
II(d) Performance of "S" and "O" Groups compared
III(a) Questionaire II :Bibliographic information, reportoire and preferences
III(b) Details of student informants
IV(a) Excerpt illustrative of code-switching in business talk
IV(b) Excerpt illustrative of spontenious speech and casual slang style
IV(c) Two news items from the same bulletin
BIBLIOGRAPHY
 
LIST OF TABLES AND DIAGRAMS
  Distribution of adoptives in relation to spheres of meaning
  The adoptive element in the Standard Shona Dictionary
  Figures from (Cambribge School Certificate) Centres
  Revised single-segment consonants in Shona
  Revised Shona consonantal phonome chart: a unitary interpretaion
  A rough categorization of adoptives
  Shona and English consonants
  Permissible word-initial CC-sequences in English
  Potential patterns of assimulation for I.P.A vowels
  Comprehensive vowel chart showing substitution patterns in Shona
  Four examples of diversity in realisation
  Different terms and marks used by authors to indicate stress
  The language situation in the Shona-speaking community
  Towards a GS-based Standard
  Triglossia
  Multi diglossia
  The relationship between regional and local varieties to the standard
  Awareness of SL
  Usage and attitudes to slang
  Attitudes to specific words
  Summary of informants' background
  Dialects used in five major domains
  Dominance configuration at Diaglossic Level 1
  Language(s) normally used in eight domains
  Language prefrence patterns at Diglossic Level 2
  Dominance configuration at Diglossic Level 2
  A word analysis of 23 advertisements in Shona
  Summary Table A
  Summary Table B
     

 

 

 

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  APPENDICES      
    I(a) List of topics from Question 1 of Shona Paper 1 of the Cambrige School Certificate Examination, 1979      
    I(b) The total adoptive vocabulary list from compositions written by 526 O-Level candidates      
    II(a) Recollection Test and Questionaire I      
    II(b) Performance of non-student informants in Recollection Test      
    II(c) Performance of student informants in Recollection Test      
    II(d) Performance of "S" and "O" Groups compared      
    III(a) Questionaire II :Bibliographic information, reportoire and preferences      
    III(b) Details of student informants      
    IV(a) Excerpt illustrative of code-switching in business talk      
    IV(b) Excerpt illustrative of spontenious speech and casual slang style      
    IV(c) Two news items from the same bulletin      
                 
  BIBLIOGRAPHY      
                 
  LIST OF TABLES AND DIAGRAMS      
    Distribution of adoptives in relation to spheres of meaning      
    The adoptive element in the Standard Shona Dictionary      
    Figures from (Cambribge School Certificate) Centres      
    Revised single-segment consonants in Shona      
    Revised Shona consonantal phonome chart: a unitary interpretaion      
    A rough categorization of adoptives      
    Shona and English consonants      
    Permissible word-initial CC-sequences in English      
    Potential patterns of assimulation for I.P.A vowels      
    Comprehensive vowel chart showing substitution patterns in Shona      
    Four examples of diversity in realisation      
    Different terms and marks used by authors to indicate stress      
    The language situation in the Shona-speaking community      
    Towards a GS-based Standard      
    Triglossia      
    Multi diglossia      
    The relationship between regional and local varieties to the standard      
    Awareness of SL      
    Usage and attitudes to slang      
    Attitudes to specific words      
    Summary of informants' background      
    Dialects used in five major domains      
    Dominance configuration at Diaglossic Level 1      
    Language(s) normally used in eight domains      
    Language prefrence patterns at Diglossic Level 2      
    Dominance configuration at Diglossic Level 2      
    A word analysis of 23 advertisements in Shona      
    Summary Table A      
    Summary Table B      
           
           

 

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