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    • Diachronic changes in modality in South African English 

      Rossouw, Ronel; Van Rooy, Bertus (John Benjamins Publishing, 2012)
      In this paper we aim to contribute to both the synchronic and diachronic description of the grammar of South African English (SAfE) in its written register. In the handful of previous studies on the variety’s grammar (e.g. ...
    • Faktore wat die weglating van die Afrikaanse onderskikker dat bepaal 

      Van Rooy, Bertus; Kruger, Haidee (Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns, 2016)
      Verb complement clauses in written Afrikaans have two formal variants. One form has an overt complementiser dat "that", followed by dependent word order (dat+SXV), while the other form has no complementiser and independent ...
    • Moet en must : 'n geval van Afrikaanse invloed op Suid-Afrikaanse Engels 

      Wasserman, Ronel (Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns, 2016)
      This article investigates the effect of the unique contact situation between users of Afrikaans and the native variety of South African English (SAfE) on the propagation of the distinctive macro-and microsemantic properties ...