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|Statement||by M.E. Ajayi Coomber.|
|LC Classifications||PM7875.K73 C66 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||109 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||109|
|LC Control Number||86122424|
Other resources for the Bible in the Krio Language; Joshua Project; ; ; Bible publication dates; The New Testament was published in By Lansana Sorie Kamara Krio Language Made Simple Version 17 2 CONTENT EDITORS. Krio-English Dictionary. KearneDescriptive Study of Krio Phonologyy: Morris Publishing. KearneDescriptive Study of Krio Phonologyy: Morris Publishing. Beal, Joan, Lourdes Burbano-Elizondo & Carmen Llamas. Get Books The Krio of Sierra Leone--often erroneously called 'Creole'--are a people with a unique tradition and history. Their ancestors, the first colonists of the Peninsula on which Freetown stands, were black people brought to Africa from London, Nova Scotia and Jamaica, and 'Liberated Africans' freed from slave ships intercepted on their.
Krio is the primary language of communication among Sierra Leoneans at home and abroad. The language is native to the Sierra Leone Creole people or Krios, (a community of about , descendants of freed slaves from the West Indies, United States and United Kingdom), and is spoken as a second language by millions of other Sierra Leoneans. The national language of Sierra Leone is English. In addition to English, the Creoles also speak a distinctive Krio language named after their ethnic group. In , there were , speakers in Sierra Leone (, in all countries); Krio was the third-most spoken language behind Mende (1,,) and Temne (1,,). The Handbook covers important formulas, functions, relations, and methods from algebra, trigonometric and exponential functions, combinatorics, probability, matrix theory, calculus and vector calculus, both ordinary and partial differential equations, Fourier series, . Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.
Krio's unique history as a Creole language stems from the creation of Sierra Leone's capital, Freetown, as a new home for repatriated former slaves in Spoken by approximately million people, 90% of the population, Krio unites the various ethnic groups. The only Krio dictionary and phrasebook available, this guide contains the first ever English-Krio word lists, which are essential for . Overview. The Krio language is an offshoot of the languages and variations of English brought by the Nova Scotian Settlers from North America, Maroons from Jamaica, and the numerous liberated African slaves who settled in Sierra Leone.. All freed slaves — the Jamaican Maroons, African-Americans, and Liberated Africans — influenced Krio, but the Jamaican Maroons, Igbo, Yoruba, Congo, Popo. Krios (meaning "ruler", also known as Crius and Kreios) is a son of Ouranos and Gaea. He is the grandfather of Hecate, the goddess of magic. He is also the Titan of Stars and Constellations; he is associated with the constellation Aries. This was the first of the constellations, whose springtime rising marked the start of the new year in the ancient Greek calendar. He is known as the Lord of. D - Kpelle: A Reference Handbook of Phonetics, Grammar, Lexicon and Learning Procedures by S. V. Thach & D. J. Dwyer, Kreole Moved to Seselwa Creole French Krio (Sierra Leone Creole) D - .