By Paul Newman
The dictionary contains new Hausa terminology for items, occasions, and actions of the fashionable global. Its definitions express using Hausa phrases in context, and specific cognizance is paid to idioms, figurative meanings, and specified usages. As a advisor to pronunciation, headwords and illustrative sentences are absolutely marked for tone and vowel size. The publication adopts a distinct method of the presentation of verb varieties that clarifies lexical relationships and their right usage.
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