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 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
There has been very little historical linguistic research on sign languages, and few attempts to determine genetic relationships between sign languages, other than simple comparison of lexical data and some discussion about whether certain sign languages are dialects of a language or languages of a family.
These languages were always modeled after the natural sign languages already in use by the deaf cultures in their area of origin, often with additions to show aspects of the grammar of the local spoken languages.
Interestingly, because of the early influence of the sign language of France upon the school, the vocabularies of the modern sign languages in North America and France are approximately 60% shared whereas the vocabularies of ASL and British Sign Language are almost completely dissimilar.
list.of.languages.en.wikivx.com   (5829 words)

  
 WAAC: Demographics of Morocco
The issue of language may be a cause of the low literacy, although this has not been determined.
A language is one with a clear-cut grammar and syntax.
Two Tamazight languages are listed as extinct: Ghomara, which was spoken north and west of Central Atlas Tamazight, near Chechaouen, Western Rif highlands, and Oued Laou Valley; and Senhaja of Srair, spoken west of Tarifit.
www.waac.info /library/Demography/morocco/languages.html   (740 words)

  
 Ethnologue - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ethnologue: Languages of the World is a web and print publication of SIL International (formerly known as the Summer Institute of Linguistics), a Christian linguistic service organization which studies lesser-known languages primarily to provide the speakers with Bibles in their native language.
The neutrality of Ethnologue as a scientific institution is sometimes disputed, for example in the classification of Semitic languages.
For example, in Ethnologue, the speakers of Persian and Azerbaijani languages in Iran are estimated as 36% and 37%, respectively.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ethnologue   (606 words)

  
 Tarifit language - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Tarifit is a Northern Berber language of the Zenati subgroup, spoken mainly in the Moroccan Rif by about 2 million people.
Tarifit is a Berber language, belonging to the Zenati subgroup of Northern Berber, and possibly the Rif subgroup of Zenati.
Its most noticeable difference from other Berber languages is that in Tarifit l becomes r, and r after a vowel is dropped (somewhat as in British English.)
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Tarifit   (317 words)

  
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A Bibliography of Berber Language Materials Kyra Jucovy and John Alderete Swarthmore College, June 14, 2001 This bibliography is intended as a resource for research on Berber languages.
Phonotactique des noms a voyelle initiale en berbere (chleuh de Tiznit, Maroc).
Etude syntaxique du parler berbere des Ait-Frah (Aures).
www.swarthmore.edu /SocSci/jaldere1/bbiblio2_june01.txt   (7040 words)

  
 Free information of Ethnologue   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Ethnologue: Languages of the World is a web and print publication of SIL International (formerly known as the Summer Institute of Linguistics), a Christianity linguistic service organization which studies lesser-known languages primarily to provide the speakers with native language biblical texts.
The NPOV of Ethnologue as a scientific institution is sometimes disputed, for example in the classification of Semitic languages.
For example, in Ethnologue, the speakers of Persian language and Azerbaijani languages in Iran are estimated as 36% and 37%, respectively.
ethnologue.en.qcat.org   (2447 words)

  
 Berber
"The three Berber languages researched for this project are: Kabyle (Taqbaylit), spoken in northern Algeria; Tamazight (Berber), of central Morocco; and Tuareg, the indigenous name of which varies according to the dialect (Prasse 1972): Tamahaq in southern Algeria, Tamashaq in Mali, Tamajeq in Niger and in Libya (Ghat, where it may also be called Tamaziq).
Other major languages include Tashelhit (Shilha) and Tarifit (Rif) of Morocco." The languages of smaller groups are discussed in the Dialect Survey (4) of this section.
However, the main languages and domains are identifiable from the many dialect studies and from the arrangement by region of entries in the bibliographical resources used here: A. Basset, LLB, 1952, and the chronicles entitled "Langue et litérature berbère" (LELB) by Basset and Chaker, in AAN.
www.isp.msu.edu /AfrLang/language.php?id=7   (720 words)

  
 yourDictionary.com • Endangered Language Initiative• Nearly Extinct Languages
This is a list of more than 750 languages found designated by Ethnologue as already extinct or nearly extinct today.
Of course, there are many more languages besides these in danger of extinction by the end of the century, many as yet undiscovered by Europeans.
This list will give you an idea of where the majority of threatened languages are spoken, if not their exact number.
www.yourdictionary.com /elr/nextinct.html   (94 words)

  
 Senhaja de Srair language   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The language of the Senhaja de Srair is a Northern Berber language spoken in the southern part of the Moroccan Rif.
It is most closely related to the Atlas languages, but heavily influenced by the neighboring Tarifit language (also Berber.)
Contrary to the Ethnologue, it is not extinct; Harry Stroomer reports that "Senhaja de Srair is alive" (p.
nba.servegame.org /en/Senhayi.htm   (146 words)

  
 Free Ebooks of Nation state/temp   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
A nation-state is a specific form of state (a politics entity), which exists to provide a sovereignty territory for a particular nation (a culture entity), and which derives its legitimacy (political science) from that function.
For example, French nationalism emerged in the 19th century, once the French nation-state already constituted through the unification of various dialects and languages into the French language, and also by the means of conscription and the French Third Republic 's 1880s laws on public instruction.
The multi-ethnic empire was a monarchy ruled by a king or emperor (or in the case of the Ottoman Empire, by a Sultan).
en_the.collegiate.society.of.america.en.rhot.org   (5154 words)

  
 Language
This ancestor is very seldom known to us directly, since most languages have a very short recorded history.
Language families can be divided into smaller phylogenetic units, conventionally referred to as branches of the family, because the history of a language family is often represented as a tree diagram.
However, the term family is not restricted to any one level of this "tree"; the Germanic family, for example, is a branch of the Indo-European family.
www.angindia.com /biographyland/biography_language.html   (454 words)

  
 Amazigh BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES
Une premiere annee de langue kabyle (dialecte zouaoua) a l'usage des candidats a la prime et au brevet de Kabyle.
Essai de grammaire kabyle, renfermant les principes de ce langage berbere parle par les populations du versant nord du Jurjura et specialement par les Igaouaouen ou Zouaoua : avec des textes et traductions, suivi de...
Essai de grammaire de la langue tamachek, renfermant les principes du langage parle par les Imouchar ou Touareg, des conversations en tamachek, des fac-simile d'ecriture en caracteres tifinar...
www.ee.umd.edu /~sellami/ref.html   (10543 words)

  
 Etymologie, Étymologie, Etymology - MA Marokko, Maroc, Morocco - Sprache, Langue, Language
ethnologue - Northern Shilha - Language of MA (E3)(L1) http://www.ethnologue.com/show_language.asp?code=rif
ethnologue - Sanhaja of Srair - Language of MA (E3)(L1) http://www.ethnologue.com/show_language.asp?code=sjs
ethnologue - Senhaja de Srair - Language of MA (E3)(L1) http://www.ethnologue.com/show_language.asp?code=sjs
www.etymologie.info /~e/m_/ma-sprach.html   (540 words)

  
 Ethnologue: Morocco
Many deaf women do not leave their homes, or do not sign in the streets, so it is difficult to determine numbers.
Algerian Sign Language has influenced the strong deaf community of 60 to 70 men in the city of Oujda in the north.
Coon (1939) says Senhaja de Srair is a separate language.
www.christusrex.org /www3/ethno/Moro.html   (618 words)

  
 Northern Berber Languages info here at en.32of100c.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The Northern Berber languages are a dialect continuum the Maghreb that skeleton a sub-family the Berber languages.
There is no proven guff to the examination of which of these to relate as a "language" versus a "dialect"; some academics have seen not only Northern Berber but perfect the Berber languages as dialects of a especial language, while others cogency in up with lots higher counts.
At part of rate, mutual comprehensibility with Northern Berber languages is high, though not perfect.
en.32of100c.info /Northern_Berber_languages   (236 words)

  
 Rif languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
According to the Ethnologue, the Rif languages are a genetic subgroup of the Zenati languages including two languages and dialects spoken in the Rif area of Morocco.
Other sources regard Senhaja de Srair as non-Zenati, and thus see "Rif languages" as an areal rather than genetic grouping:
This page was last modified 21:00, 21 May 2006.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Rif_languages   (79 words)

  
 EveryTongue.com Language Recordings Main page
Here is the list of languages that you can hear now in Mp3 or Real Media files.
Here is the list of languages that you can hear if you order the cassette tape.
Here you can listen to a recording in a language you know and then listen to the same recording in a language that you want to learn.
www.everytongue.com   (531 words)

  
 Berber Language Page - Handbook of African Language Resources (ASC)(MSU)
However, both these countries have recently seen lively efforts to include Berber languages and cultures in the socio-cultural and political life of the nation.
In Morocco, a growing number of memoires de license on Berber topics have been accepted in certain departments of the universities; several faculty research groups have been formed, conferences held, and some publications opened to articles on Berber topics (A. Akouaou, AAN 21, pp.
Tarifit (Rif) language, Dialects of Ghmara, Senhaja de Srair, Igeznayen, and B. nacen
www.isp.msu.edu /afrlang/Berber-root.html   (1216 words)

  
 List of languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
List of languages by number of native speakers
Ethnologue lists about 7,300 main languages in its language name index (see the external link) and distinguishes about 39,491 alternate language names and dialects.
This list deals with particular languages, and includes only natural languages spoken or signed by humans.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_languages   (704 words)

  
 References for ‘Structural Sketch’ in A Berber Language Homepage
This bibliography is intended as a resource for research on Berber languages.
Akouaou, A. L’Expression de la Qualite en Berbere: le Verbe (Parler de Base: le Taselhit de Tiznit).
Enquete sur l’habitation rurale des indigenes de l’Algerie.
www.swarthmore.edu /SocSci/jaldere1/bbiblio2_june01.htm   (6764 words)

  
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# The following mapping table maps the three-letter Language Identification # Codes of the SIL Ethnologue, 13th edition, to the canonical names used # in the Ethnologue.
for # the international standard 2-letter codes for 139 languages.
for # the draft international standard 3-letter codes for 431 languages.
mercury.ccil.org /~cowan/langs.txt   (58 words)

  
 Top20Languages.com - Online Directory for Languages.
Language and linguistics resources for Asian languages including Japanese hiragana with vocabulary, a Korean linguistics glossary, Mandarin Chinese and Old English with romanization and transliteration.
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Estimates for the world's top 20 languages (given in millions) on the basis of the number of mother-tongue (first-language) speakers and population estimates for those countries where the language has official status.
www.top20languages.com   (1041 words)

  
 Joshua Project - Languages Listing
Primary Language Listing A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
(Select first letter of Language name, then select full name in drop down list)
Significant effort is made to match photos with exact people groups.
www.icta.net /joshuaproject/languages.php?rol3=plk   (502 words)

  
 languages that need recordings- List 3 - EveryTongue.com
languages that need recordings- List 3 - EveryTongue.com
Let's get recordings onto the web for everyone.
(language name, population and Ethno-code from SIL International, www.ethnologue.com)
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 Linguist List - Show languages in Subgroup
endangered languages for the showroom of best practice.
Project Organization includes our work plan, timeline, and contributing institutions and project members.
Tools and Resources includes information on Markup, Metadata, Language Identification and Classification,
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 Zuara language resources
ZUARA (Libya) Ghomara (1) GHOMARA GHO ] (Morocco) Mzab-Wargla (4) TAGARGRENT (Algeria) TAZNATIT (Algeria) TEMACINE TAMAZIGHT (Algeria) TUMZABT (Algeria) Riff (2) SENHAJA DE SRAIR (Morocco) TARIFIT (Morocco)...
Zuara (Zwara, Zuraa) Zuara 33,000 Malaysia People Name Language Population Bengali Bengali 100,000 Brunei Brunei 54,000 Gujarati Gujarati 20,000 Iranun (Ilanun, Ilanon) Ilanun 13,000 Minangkabau Minangkabau 300...
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www.mongabay.com /indigenous_ethnicities/languages/languages/Zuara.html   (871 words)

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