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2024. Cultural conceptualisations and spatial cognition in Ghanaian English. World Englishes DOI logo
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Brato, Thorsten
2019. Chapter 1.5. The historical corpus of English in Ghana (HiCE Ghana). In Corpus Linguistics and African Englishes [Studies in Corpus Linguistics, 88],  pp. 120 ff. DOI logo
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2015. Should it be Omanhenes, Amanhenes or Amanhene? - or are they in free variation?. Language Matters 46:1  pp. 44 ff. DOI logo
Nimram, Mary Daniel, Obins Isaac Nuhu, Blessing Saina’an Lagan, Asheazi Diana Ponsak & Daniel Nanlir Nimram
2023. Translation Equivalents in Nigerian English and Ghanaian English. European Journal of Theoretical and Applied Sciences 1:6  pp. 1170 ff. DOI logo
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2022. (Socio)linguistic indices of the codification of Nigerian English. Language and Linguistics Compass 16:10 DOI logo

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