General Alphabet of Cameroon Languages

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The General Alphabet of Cameroon Languages was created in the late 1970s from the ISO basic Latin alphabet as an orthographic system for all Cameroonian languages.[1][2]

Maurice Tadadjeu and Etienne Sadembouo were central to this effort.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tadadjeu, Maurice and Etienne Sadembouo. 1979. Alphabet Générale des Langues Camerounaises. Departement des Langues Africaines et Linguistique, Université de Yaoundé, Cameroun.
  2. ^ Bird, Stephen. 2001. "Orthography and Identity in Cameroon."