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Name: Fekede  Menuta  Gewta (IPA: Fekede Menuta Gewta (PhD))
Institution: Hawassa University
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State and/or Country: Sidama Zone
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Silt'e
Sebat Bet Gurage
Selected Publications: Fekede Menuta .2012. Halabissa Grammar: phonology, Morphology and Syntax. Addis Ababa: Bole Printing Press.
Fekede Menuta. 2011. Ari Language: A comparative grammar. Addis Ababa: Bole Printing Press.
Fekede Menuta. 2009. Murle Document: Phonology and Grammar. SNNPRS, Council of Nationalities. Hawassa: Fikreselam Priniting Press.
Fekede Menuta.2010. Analysis of Ethiopic in the Lenses of Phonemic Principles, in
Proceedings of the Annual Research Workshop of Hawassa University, Hawassa, PP. 184-211
Fekede Menuta. 2007. An Overview of Qabena Noun Morphology, in Omotic and Cushitic Language Studies: Papers from Fourth Cushitic Omotic Conference, Leiden. Cologne: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag; pp.157-167; ISBN 978-3-89645-482-9
Fekede Menuta. 2006. Notes on Agreement Affixes of Eža, in Journal of Area Studies TSUKUBA, Tsukuba University, Vol.26:45-57; ISSN 0912-1412.
Fekede Menuta. 2006. Morphology of Eža pronouns, in Siegbert Uhlig (ed.) Proceedings of the xvth International Conference of Ethiopian Studies. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlang, pp 754-762; ISSN 0170-3196; ISBN 3-447-04799-2.
Fekede Menuta. 2005. Derivation of Eža Verbs, in ORIENT: Reports of the Society for Near Eastern Studies in Japan; vol.XL:172-189; ISSN 0473-3851

Fekede Menuta. 2003. Socio-linguistic Analysis of Language use in current Ethiopian Education, in Proceedings of the 14th Annual Conference of the Institute of Language Studies, Addis Ababa University, pp. 53-70.
Courses Taught: Phonology, Morphology, semantics and pragmatics.

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