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Variation et variétés morphosyntaxiques du français parlé au Gabon

Abstract : The thesis consists of a comparison between two types of French spoken by native speakers of Gabon with French as a Second Language (besides sole official language of Gabon): older speakers and little or no education and young people between 17 and 25 with a third grade level. The difference in the number of years of schooling of the speakers would induce different skills in French. Sociolinguistic level would imply the language level of the speakers, which the classification into cleaved and hermetic, the lower and middle poles, according to sociolinguistic distribution of the speakers generally accepted. This comparison study from the morphology of the verb and the use of the material through morphological concepts of person, period and aspect will help to verify this hypothesis. It will also highlight the different varieties of French presence, will report on the degree of variation in French for each speaker and attempt to link language between speakers of the linguistic continuum.
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Magali Italia. Variation et variétés morphosyntaxiques du français parlé au Gabon. Linguistique. Université de Provence - Aix-Marseille I, 2011. Français. ⟨tel-00787612⟩



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