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[2198]   Berger, Paul (1937/38) : Die mit B. -île gebildeten Perfektstämme in den Bantusprachen
[2967]   Botne, Robert Dale (1998) : Prosodically-conditioned vowel shortening in Chindali
[2970]   Botne, Robert Dale (2003) : Dissociation in tense, realis and location in Chindali verbs
[2972]   Botne, Robert Dale (2005) : Cognitive schemas and motion verbs: ‘coming’ and ‘going’ in Chindali (Eastern Bantu)
[27305]   Botne, Robert Dale (compiler) & Loveness Schafer (2008) : A Chindali and English Dictionary
[23227]   Fourshey, Catherine Cymone (2002) : Precolonial history of southwestern Tanzania: a linguistic approach
[25338]   Johnston, [Sir] Harry Hamilton (1922 [1919]) : A comparative study of the Bantu and semi-Bantu languages
[10163]   Kabuje, L. (1995) : An investigation of Ndali phonology of relevance to the teaching of spoken English to Ndali speakers
[10237]   Kahigi, Kulikoyela K. , Yared Magori Kihore & Maarten Mous (Ed) (2000) : Lugha za Tanzania/Languages of Tanzania: studies dedicated to the memory of Prof. Clement Maganga
[10896]   Kishindo, Pascal J. (1998) : Diminution, augmentation and pejorativeness in Icindali: the semantics of classes 5/6, 3/4, 7/8 and 21
[11112]   Konter-Katani, Maggy (1989) : Sound correspondences of Nyakyusa (M30) and Ndali: reflexes of Proto-Bantu voiceless stops
[11507]   Labroussi, Catherine (1999) : Vowel systems and spirantization in southwest Tanzania
[12754]   Maho, Jouni Filip & Bonny [Eva] Sands (2002) : The languages of Tanzania: a bibliography
[15467]   Nurse, Derek (1999) : Towards a historical classification of East African Bantu languages
[15405]   Nurse, Derek & Gérard Philippson (1975/99) : The Tanzanian Language Survey
[19290]   Swilla, Imani N. (1981) : The noun class system and agreement in Chindali
[19292]   Swilla, Imani N. (1998) : Tenses in Chindali
[19293]   Swilla, Imani N. (2000) : Borrowing in Chindali
[19294]   Swilla, Imani N. (2000) : Names in Chindali
[20220]   Vail, Hazel Leroy (1972) : The noun classes of Ndali
[20662]   Walsh, Martin T. & Imani N. Swilla (2000) : Linguistics in the Corridor: a review of research on the Bantu languages of South-West Tanzania, North-East Zambia and North Malawi
[20663]   Walsh, Martin T. & Imani N. Swilla (2001) : Linguistics in the Corridor: a review of research on the Bantu languages of South-West Tanzania, North-East Zambia and North Malawi