An Africanist approach to the linguistic study of Black English: Getting to the roots of the tense-aspect-modality and copula systems in Afro-American. DeBose, C. and Faraclas, N. In Mufwene, S. S. and Condon, N., editors, Africanisms in Afro-American language varieties, pages 364–387. University of Georgia Press, Athens, GA, 1993.
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@incollection{debose_africanist_1993,
	address = {Athens, GA},
	title = {An {Africanist} approach to the linguistic study of {Black} {English}: {Getting} to the roots of the tense-aspect-modality and copula systems in {Afro}-{American}},
	isbn = {978-0-8203-1465-5},
	booktitle = {Africanisms in {Afro}-{American} language varieties},
	publisher = {University of Georgia Press},
	author = {DeBose, Charles and Faraclas, Nicholas},
	editor = {Mufwene, Salikoko S. and Condon, Nancy},
	year = {1993},
	keywords = {African Americans, African languages, Americanisms, Black English, English language, Fixing to, Foreign elements African, Influence on English, Language, United States, Variation},
	pages = {364--387},
}
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