The University of Nairobi Journal of Language and Linguistics, Vol. 3 (2013) - ISSN 2224-1655

  1. Buregeya, Alfred. 2013. “Contextual variability in the acceptability of Kenyan English grammatical features”, pp. 1-27
  2. Satia, Emmanuel. 2013. “Strategies of controlling the linguistic response from cross-examined witnesses: Lay defendants as cross-examiners in a Kenyan resident magistrate’s court”, pp. 28-51
  3. Achieng, Anne and Alfred Buregeya. 2013. “Onsanse’s language: Not more than two-word utterances after forty years of exposure to four languages”, pp. 52-88
  4. Otieno, Peter. 2013. “Specific Language Impairment in the speech of Meshack, an Ekegusii speaker”, pp.  89-107
  5. Mwangi, Phyllis, Martin Njoroge and Edinah Mose. 2013. “Harmonizing the orthographies of Bantu languages: The case of Gĩkũyũ and Ekegusii in Kenya”, pp. 108-122
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