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As people travel, their languages and cultures travel with them, as it is the case of Igbo people in Bloemfontein.
As these Igbo are in contact with the rest of the world with English as the common means of communication, they are loyal to their language (Igbo), even as the majority are engaged in inter-marriage with the Sesotho people residing in Bloemfontein.
The way these Igbo people use different languages when communicating to their wives, children, friends or customers was one of the issues that prompted this study, which explored different discourse features employed by the Igbo and the Sesotho people during interaction.
Amaka Edith Ideh (Phd) is a lecturer at St Augustine University of Tanzania, where she is teaching both undergraduate and Masters Students.
She obtained her undergraduate and Masters degrees in Linguistics from University of Ibadan, and PhD from the University of the Free State.
Her areas of research include discourse analysis and sociolinguistics.
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