14. Sranan - Group Presentation 1. Topic can be any variety...

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Group Presentation 1. Topic can be any variety of Black English 2. It should be a 10-academic discussion 3. Use a minimum of THREE references
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Sranan Morphology Agentive nouns formed from man ‘man, person’. Wenki-man < shop+person = shop owner Boto-man < boat+person = boat owner, pilot of boat Paandasi-man <home village+person = person of one’s village Soolan-man < St. Laurent du Maroni + person = inhabitant of St. Laurent Saanan-man < Surinam+person = citizen of Surinam Biibi-man <believe+person = believer Honti-man < hunt+person = hunter
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Agentive nouns formed from uman often have either a pejorative meaning or distinguish women’s activities from men’s. Waka-man ‘traveller’ Waka-uman ‘woman who does not stay at home and has sex outside of marriage Olo-man ‘gravedigger’ Olo-uman ‘women who prepare food for olomen’
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Formation of place nouns Siibi-pe <sleep+place = ‘place where one sleeps’
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This note was uploaded on 08/19/2011 for the course SSA 4930 taught by Professor Essegbey during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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