|South-west of Uganda
|4.0097 million speakers as per the 2002 Population census
|Note: This page may contain IPA phonetic symbols in Unicode.
Runyankore-Rukiga is represented with several articles on the TC-wiki:
- 1 Typological Features Template for Runyankore Rukiga
- 2 Agreement in coordinated noun phrases in Runyankore-Rukiga
- 3 Annotating Runyankore-Rukiga
- 4 Noun Phrases in Runyankore-Rukiga
- 5 A comparative analysis of Runyankore-Rukiga and Luganda pronominal agreement
- 6 Category:Runyankore-Rukiga Corpus
- 7 APPLICATIVE_CONSTRUCTIONS_IN_SOME_BANTU_LANGUAGES
Following this link, you find information about the typology of Runyankore-Rukiga
The squib "Agreement in coordinated phrases" is a short except from Allen's Master's Thesis: Asiimwe, Allen (2007). Morpho-syntactic patterns in Runyankore-Rukiga. Masters thesis, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway. Key issues regarding agreement in coordinated noun phrases are discussed.
Following the title link above you find short discussions of topics relevant to the annotation of Runyankore Rukiga, topics raised are for example how to classify the free morpheme's aha and omu and diverging noun class systems for Runyankore Rukiga.
The squib Noun phrases in Runyankore-Rukiga reflects ongoing research at the Institute for Languages at Makerere University in Uganda.
It is generally stated that in Bantu languages, nouns trigger agreement with all lexical categories. However, in this squib, we present cases in Luganda and Runyankore-Rukiga where the noun may fail to control agreement of other words.