6 edition of Atlas of the Languages of Suriname (Caribbean Series (Koninklijk Instituut Voor Taal-, Land- En Volkenkunde (Netherlands)), 22.) found in the catalog.
June 2003 by Kitlv Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Eithne B. Carlin (Editor), Jacques Arends (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||350|
An exceptional variety of languages is spoken in Suriname. Dutch is the official language. It is used mainly in education, government, business and the media. Suriname became the third member of the Dutch Language Union in Dutch is spoken as a mother tongue by about 60% of the Surinamers, while most others speak it as a second or third. Surinamese Dutch (Dutch: Surinaams-Nederlands, Dutch pronunciation: [ˌsyːriˈnaːms ˈneːdərˌlɑnts]) is the form of Dutch spoken in Suriname and is the official language in Suriname, a former Dutch colony. Dutch is spoken as a native language by about 60% of the population, most of them being bilingual with Sranan Tongo, Hindustani, Javanese, and other languages.
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In addition to the Atlas of the Languages of Suriname, volumes 26/27 of the journal Amerindia were issued, devoted to the languages of French Guiana.
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up-to-date research, some from fieldwork in early Cited by: The country is home to several ethnic groups who have been instrumental in the diversity of the languages spoken in the country. The official language in Suriname is Surinamese Dutch.
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Pages bright and clean. DJ is very good with light shelf wear, no tears/5(). Atlas of the languages of Suriname. Epilogue, Languages of Suriname today and tomorrow / Jacques Arends and Eithne B.
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Major languages Dutch (official), Sranan Tongo, Sarnami Hindustani, Javanese Major religions Hinduism, Protestantism, Roman Catholicism and Islam More information Suriname, Geography of Suriname, History of Suriname and Politics of Suriname: More images Suriname - Suriname (Category).Official name: Republic of Suriname.
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READ BOOK Lonely Planet Vietnam Travel Atlas (Travel information in Five Languages) (English and. Reydidar. Sranan Tongo (also Sranantongo "Surinamese tongue", Sranan, Taki Taki, Surinaams, Surinamese, Surinamese Creole) is an English-based creole language that is spoken as a lingua franca by approximatelypeople in Suriname.
Because the language is shared by communities speaking Dutch, Indigenous languages, Javanese, Sarnami Hindustani, Saramaccan, and varieties of Chinese, Language family: English. Review essay on Atlas of the Languages of Suriname. Eithne B. Carlin and Jacques Arends, eds. Discover Books via United States: Hardcover, ISBN Publisher: Checkmark Books, Good.
The Atlas of Languages The Origin and Development of Languages Throu/5(). Suriname (sŏŏrĬnäm´, –năm´), officially Republic of Suriname, republic ( est. pop. ,), 63, sq mi (, sq km), NE South America, on the Atlantic of the Guiana region, it is separated from Brazil on the south by the Tumuc-Humac Mts., from Guyana on the west by the Corantijn (Courantyne or Corentyne) River, and from French Guiana on the east by the Maroni River.
Language in Suriname is a vigorous obsession and has been an emotive topic since colonisation by the Dutch. Today, Dutch continues to be the sole officially recognised and promoted language while the vast majority of the population speaks any number of the other 20 or more languages found in Suriname, though not necessarily including Dutch.
The latest edition of the Atlas (, available in English, French and Spanish from UNESCO Publishing), was made possible thanks to the support of the Government of Norway, and lists about 2, languages (among which languages extinct since ), approaching the generally-accepted estimate of some 3, endangered languages each language, the print Atlas.
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The language was used from around This text contains a short introduction into Sranan. If you are looking for information about the official language of Suriname, Dutch, check out the Integral Dutch Course (>k) at location 1 or. Suriname, formerly Dutch Guiana, is located on the Caribbean coast of South America between Guyana and French Guyana.
Suriname is covered by large areas of biological diversity, tropical forest with some areas of savanna. Suriname has a small population of aboutpeople. The official language is Dutch, but many other languages are also. A profile of the languages in Suriname. See language lists, maps, statistics, and more.
Languages Spoken in Each Country of the World The table below lists the official language of each country as well as other languages spoken. In selected countries, the percent of the population that speaks each language is also given.
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Indigenous settlement. Suriname was populated millennia before the Europeans by many distinct indigenous cultures. The largest nations at the time of colonialization were the Arawaks, a nomadic coastal tribe that lived from hunting and fishing, and the Caribs.
The Caribs conquered the Arawaks along much of the coast, and into the Caribbean. The Red Book of Endangered Languages was published by UNESCO and collected a comprehensive list of the world's endangered languages. It has been replaced by the UNESCO Atlas of the World's Languages in Danger History.
In the These were now turned over to ICHEL, which created a website for the red book. It continues to be updated. World Atlas with links to maps of countries, states, and regions, and find a geography guide & facts about every country in the world.
Surinamese FOOD TOUR of the Kwatta Sunday Market - Indian & Indonesian Food | Paramaribo, Suriname - Duration: Davidsbeenhereviews. A Language of Suriname. Dutch may be the official language of Suriname, 1 but most Surinamese speak Sranan, an English-based creole, which has been influenced by Dutch and Portuguese along with some West African languages.
Sranan serves as a lingua franca for about 80% of a population nearingindividuals (Grimes, Brana-Shute). In and Out of Suriname: Language, Mobility and Identity offers a unique multidisciplinary perspective on a multilingual society in the Caribbean and Guianan sphere.
Breaking away from the view of bounded ethnicity, the authors address central theoretical issues of multilingual and multicultural societies including ethnicity as a social distinction, identity as the shifting construction of the. Languages. Languages. English; 中文 français American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies Education History Jewish Studies Literature and Cultural Studies Languages and Linguistics.Other languages spoken in Suriname include several Amerindian languages, several Creole languages, Suriname Javanese and Sarnami Hindustani.
SIL researchers first came to Suriname in and worked for more than 30 years doing language and anthropological research, literacy, as well as producing dictionaries, reading books, grammar.Languages are vehicles of value systems and cultural expressions and are an essential component of the living heritage of humanity.
Yet, many of them are in danger of disappearing. UNESCO's Atlas of the World's Languages in Danger tries to raise awareness on language endangerment.