JOURNAL OF LANGUAGES, LINGUISTICS AND LITERARY STUDIES

IMO STATE UNIVERSITY

Journal of Linguistics, Languages and Literary Studies | Imo State University, Owerri
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Journal of Languages, Linguistics and Literary Studies is a revered journal published by the Editorial Board, Imo State University (IMSU), Faculty of Humanities, Department of French, Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria, Africa. All views on conclusions contained in the journal are those of the authors of the articles. JOLLS prioritises dissemination of original research works of academics in Nigeria and international tertiary institutions. The Editorial Board hopes that the journal will serve as an effective medium for rapid communication among researchers on language, linguistics and literary studies, in Nigeria and beyond. JOLLS is published three times in a year, March, June and October.

March 2019 PAPERS

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A study on the system of theme in Igbo: Systemic functional grammar perspective

 Ejiofor, Eugene Uchechukwu
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Bilingualism Problems in Nigeria: Implications for ESL Pedagogy

B.F. Ovu and Q.E. Anyanwu  Download PDF

Spoken French Evaluation of National Diploma II Secretarial Studies Students of Selected Polytechnics in Nigeria

 Ify Marinze  Download PDF

Conversational Analysis of Doctor-Patient Discourse in North Central Nigeria: A Study of Nasarawa State University, Keffi Health Services Unit.

David Stephen O  Download PDF

Historical Realities in Selected Works of Leila Sebbar

Ugwumba Akudo Ogechi  Download PDF

Supremacy of Idealism and the Idea of Leadership in Abubakar Gimba’a Innocent Victims and Footprints

Idris Muhammad Ladan  Download PDF

La Politique Nationale sur l’Education par Rapport au Français : Problème et Perspective d’Avenir

Okeke Ifeoma  Download PDF

Investigating Communicative Competence in Discourse: A Universal Pragmatic Analysis of President Muhammadu Buhariʼs Letter to the Senate

Rabiat Oiza Fakunle  Download PDF

Problems of Teaching and Learning French Language in Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike

Okeke-Okoye, Ogechukwu Juliet, Odo, Victor Okwudili Download PDF

Lexico-Semantic Relations in Tiv

 

 Akase Tiav Thomas  Download PDF

La Négrophobie dans Ville Cruelle de Mongo Beti

Ijah Gideon Akase, Ibrahim Yau Download PDF

Typology of Igbo Toponyms

Ifeoma Emmanuela Udoye Download PDF

The Role of Government in Revitalizing Numeral System of Indigenous Languages: The Ẹ̀gǵon Case

 

Imoh, Philip Garba, Patience Ashesla Download PDF

Harnessing the Potentials of Theatre for Development (TFD) and Faith–Based Organizations (FBO’s) in Conflict Resolution and Peace Building: A Focus on Shiites-Army Conflict in Nigeria

Yusuf Ninzim Shamagana, Bako, Christiana Musa Download PDF

Writing it out! An orthographic Account of Spelling Errors among Selected Senior High School Students in Ghana

Maxwell Mpotsiah Download PDF

A Critical Discourse Analysis of Rhetorical Devices in the Campaign Speeches of Presidential Candidate Muhammadu Buhari and President Goodluck Jonathan in the 2011 Elections in Nigeria

Isa, Saratu Shuaibu, Abaya, Angulu Samson Download PDF

Material Clauses in Koring Language

Ejiofor, Eugene Uchechukwu Download PDF

The Predominant Sentential Style in Selected Students’ Writing and Some Possible Solutions to Appropriateness in Writing

Onuegwunwoke, Cynthia Adaeze Download PDF

The Nigeria Political Class and the Quest For Good Governance in Abubakar Gimba’s Innocent Victims

Idris Muhammad Ladan Download PDF

Quelques défis relatifs à la traduction d’un texte littéraire: le cas de la traduction de Conflit de générations d’Ireka Ikechukwu en anglais

Udeh Vanessa G.  Download PDF

L’Enseignement de la Littérature Africaine au Nigeria: Où en Sommes-nous?

Lawani Sule Download PDF

L’interférence linguistique et l’acquisition de quelques faits segmentaux problème de phonèmes vocaliques françaises en classe de FLE au Nigéria

Ajani Akinwumi Lateef Download PDF

Histoire antillaise et évolution des écritures des femmes antillaises

Obidiegwu Vincent Nnaemeka Download PDF

La traduction de l’absurde dans L’étranger d’Albert Camus

Ezuoke, Chukwudinma Oguchi Download PDF

L’assujettissement et l’oppression des femmes dans C’est Le soleil qui n’a brûlée De Calixthe Beyala : Une leçon pour le Nigéria

 Ume-Ezeoke, Dorothy Iwunze, Emeka Innocent Download PDF

Pour une relecture thématique de Demain J’aurai vingt ans d’Alain Mabanckou

Okafor Josephine Obiageli Download PDF

L’hypocrisie dans Calebasse cassée de Tunde Fatunde

Obi Esther Ebere Download PDF