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Abstract : Chapter 41 belongs to the part V (‘Language structures. Case studies’). It is devoted to Zenaga Berber, an endangered language spoken in Mauretania. Zenaga has kept the main features characteristic of the Berber family. It also has, however, numerous distinctive features whose origin is probably due to its geographically outlying position.
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Catherine Taine-Cheikh. Zenaga. R. Vossen; G. J. Dimmendaal. The Oxford Handbook of African Languages, Oxford University Press, pp.530-542, 2020, The Oxford Handbook of African Languages, 978-0-19-96-960989-5. ⟨halshs-03087918⟩

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