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Bamileke Brochure

Bamileke belongs to the Mbam-Nkam group of Graffi languages, whose attachment to the Bantu division is still disputed. While some consider it as a Bantu or a semi-Bantu language, others prefer to include Bamileke in the Niger-Congo group. Bamileke is not an unique language. It seems that Bamileke Medumba stems from ancient Egyptian and is a root language for many other Bamileke variants
Author(s): National African Language Resource Center
URL: http://nalrc.indiana.edu/brochures/new-broch/Bamileke.pdf
Language(s): Bamileke
Category: LCTL Initiatives, Outreach and Dissemination
Level: Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced
Audience: K-8, 9-12, University, Heritage, Self-Study, Special Purpose
General Format: Print
Specific Medium: Hard Copy
Skill: N.A.
Price: Free
Year: 2015
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Publisher: National African Language Resource Center
 
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