The University of Nairobi Journal of Language and Linguistics,Vol. 1 (2010) - ISSN 2224-1655

  1. Kiguru, Gatitu. 2010. “At the mercy of others’ voices: An illustration of frequent interpreter language errors in Kenyan courtrooms”, pp. 1-18
  2. Satia, Emmanuel. 2010. “Language and the construction of a positive identity among inmates in Kenyan jails”, pp. 19-31
  3. Makokha, Walter O. 2010. “Are noun class markers in Kiswahili really such a learning difficulty? A study of the use of noun class markers by pupils of the Busibi Primary School in Kenya”, pp. 32-47
  4. Simiyu, Jacinta N. and Alfred Buregeya. 2010. “Misuse of Kiswahili noun class markers in Kenya: Illustration with the case of the Kiswahili of form-three students of the Akiba Secondary School in Nairobi”, pp. 48-70
  5. Buregeya, Alfred and Beatrice Ochoki. 2010. “Misuse of prepositions in Kenyan English: Further evidence of the difficulty in choosing the ‘right’ preposition”, pp. 71-85
  6. Jane A. N. Oduor. 2010. “A SWOT analysis of the language policies in education in Kenya and Ethiopia”, pp. 86-102
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