ImageAbout This Case File: This file has gone through follow-up elicitation and both a Grammar Sketch (Adesola, 2005) and a very brief  anaphora sketch (Adesola and Safir, 2005) are available for it. There is a glitch in the static (.pdf) AQR: The tones on the 'i' are slightly misaligned. An additional glitch involves a character which displays as a square, although only twice in the whole AQR. The elicitation document employed is AQ 2.1, and so some of the additions introduced in AQ 2.2 were not elicited. The data has been entered into the Anaphora Database, although glossing is not up to our 2011 standard. At this writing, we do not anticipate revisions of the AQR or new database entries in the near future, although we may bring the database information up to 2011 glossing standards.


(Last updated February, 2012)

  • Anaphora Questionnaire Response [pdf]
  • Grammar Sketch [pdf]
  • Anaphora Sketch [pdf]


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ImageAbout This Case File: This file has gone through follow-up and the Anaphora Sketch (Aziza and Safir, 2005) has been written for it. The AQR was revised in November, 2008. At present, all tones are missing for it, though in most instances, all four example fields are filled. The anaphora sketch needs some revision, but this will not happen soon. The contents of the AQR have been entered into the Anaphora Database.


(Last updated February, 2012)

  • Anaphora Questionnaire Response [pdf]
  • Anaphora Sketch [pdf]















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About This Case File: This file has gone through follow-up elicitation and both a Grammar Sketch (Mutaka, 2007) and an Anaphora Sketch (Mutaka and Safir, 2007) are available for it, as well as a translated folktale. A special feature of this case file is the Kinande/English dictionary, last version 2011, prepared independently of the Afranaph Project by Ngessimo Mutaka and Kambale Kavutirwaki, but posted here. The ‘original text’ line is missing in the Anaphora Database and the AQR. The elicitation document employed is AQ 2.1, and so some of the additions introduced in AQ 2.2 were not elicited. Glossing in the AQR and in the Anaphora Database are not up to 2011 standards. We hope to add the original text line and improve the glossing in the Anaphora Database, but we do not expect other revisions of the data in the near future.


(Last updated February, 2012)

  • Anaphora Questionnaire Response [pdf]
  • Grammar Sketch [pdf]
  • Anaphora Sketch [pdf]
  • Traditional Story [pdf]
  • Kinande-English/English-Kinande Dictionary [pdf]






ImageAbout This Case File: This file has gone through AQR follow-up and a Grammar Sketch (by Rose Letsholo) and an Anaphora Sketch (Letsholo and Safir, 2007) have been written for it. The elicitation document employed is AQ 2.1, but some of the additions introduced in AQ 2.2 were elicited anyway. The current AQR does not have tone marking and neither do the entries in the database, but we expect to enter a version with a tone-marked original text line into the database and to post a tone-marked static AQ response. Otherwise, we do not anticipate further additions to the Anaphora Database in the near future.


(Last updated February, 2012)

  • Anaphora Questionnaire Response [pdf]
  • Grammar Sketch [pdf]
  • Anaphora Sketch [pdf]






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Nsenga people are basically subsistence farmers - they eat what they grow. When a visitor visits, usually an entire village sends them off upon their return (hence this group by the roadside).
About This Case File: This file includes a Grammar Sketch (Simango, 2005), an Anaphora Sketch (Safir and Simango, 2005) and the AQR is essentially complete and the data has been entered into the Anaphora Database. The static AQ response shows a small glitch: tones on the vowel 'i': the tone appear slightly displaced to the left. There is no ‘original text’ in the examples. The elicitation document employed is AQ 2.1, and so some of the additions introduced in AQ 2.2 were not elicited. We hope to provide original text lines for the examples currently reported, but we are not planning to revise the AQ response in any other way, that is, we do not expect to add any new data to the AQ response or the database in the near future.
  • Anaphora Questionnaire Response [pdf]
  • Grammar Sketch [pdf]
  • Anaphora Sketch [pdf]

(Last updated February, 2012)