By Alain Kihm
This publication describes the Portuguese-based Creole that is greatly spoken as a primary language in Guinea-Bissau. The research specializes in one kind, 'central Kriyol', and its major objective is to offer a whole description of the grammar of the language. The theoretical framework for the syntactic research is purposely eclectic yet is based totally on Generalized word constitution Grammar, and plentiful recognition is paid to the cognitive or semantic size within the rationalization of linguistic evidence. After a brief creation at the heritage and phonology of the language and the association of the research, there are chapters facing the easy sentence, stressful and point, the noun word, the complicated sentence, topicalization/focalization/questions, and Middles/Passives/Causatives. the ultimate bankruptcy discusses Kriyol texts, particularly comic-books, from which plenty of examples utilized in the learn are taken.