براہوئی نا :کم نیامجی بنی : (مڈ لو سینٹر) توارآتا جاچ

An analysis of Mid low center vices of Brahui Language in Sindhi adopted script.

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  • Abdul Raziq Ababakki Talar brahui newspaper

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mid low center vowel, Sindhi script, Brahui language.

Abstract

This paper has adopted Sindhi script for Brahui Linguistic problems. In the 19th century, two different scripts were found to be used in Brahui language. The fact remains, that Brahui has adopted different writing styles in different time periods, and the Phonemic problems have arisen in every script this language has followed. In this title analysis of the Mid Low Center Voices of Brahui language, in Sindhi adopted script, the author has highlighted those phonemic issues that relate to Brahui Vowels, which do occur in adopted scripts. Hence, the objective of this paper has been, to identify these issues regarding Mid Low Center Voice, “H”. The study has been conducted on the overseas Brahui work. The secondary data has been used to conduct this research. The basic research has satisfactorily helped to achieve the above mentioned objectives with positive results. Consequently, the author recommends further research work in Linguistics, particularly, in the above stated area.

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براہوئی نا :کم نیامجی بنی : (مڈ لو سینٹر) توارآتا جاچ

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2020-12-31

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Ababakki, A. R. (2020). براہوئی نا :کم نیامجی بنی : (مڈ لو سینٹر) توارآتا جاچ: An analysis of Mid low center vices of Brahui Language in Sindhi adopted script. Al-Burz, 12(1), 20–23. Retrieved from http://alburz.uob.edu.pk/journal/index.php/alburz/article/view/35

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