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ImageAbout This Case File: The AQ response for Tuki has gone through follow-up elicitation. We still expect to add new data to the AQ response in the next few months as analytic questions are explored, and so users should pay attention to the version number of this AQ response for any citation. The elicitation document employed is AQ 2.2. The data for Tuki is entered into the database and the glossing is more precise in the database than in the AQR. In addition, this case file includes a book manuscript Biloa (2011), that is an extensive exploration of Tuki from the perspective of generative syntax.

(Last updated February, 2012)

 

  • The Cartography of the Left Periphery in Tuki - by Edmond Biloa [pdf ]
  • Anaphora Questionnaire Response [pdf ]
  • Cartography and Antisymmetry: Essays on the nature and structure of the C and I Domains [pdf]










Tuki Case File Consultant

Edmond Biloa is a Professor of Linguistics and Chair of the Department of African Languages and Linguistics at the University of Yaounde I in Cameroon. His books include Functional Categories and the Syntax of Focus in Tuki (LINCOM Europa, 1995), Syntaxe générative. La théorie des principes et des parameters (LINCOM Europa, 1998), La langue française au Cameroun (Peter Lang, 2004), Le Français en contact avec l'anglais au Cameroun (LINCOM Europa, 2005), Syntaxe générative. La théorie minimaliste de Noam Chomsky (Cameroon University Press, 2006), Le français des romanciers négro-africains (L'Harmattan, 2007), Le camfranglais. Quelle parlure ?! Etude linguistique et sociolinguistique(Peter Lang, 2008), Le français parlé et écrit en Afrique : enjeux et perspective (Editons Universitaires Européennes, 2011). THE SYNTAX OF TUKI is forthcoming. His interests include: Generative syntax, African Linguistics, Language contact, Language acquisition and Language pathology.