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Who is Albert Valdman?
Albert Valdman is a 1967 Guggenheim Fellow in Humanities.
- born on (83 years ago)
- nationality: France
- education: PhD (Linguistics) at Cornell University, graduated in
- written works: "Ann pale kreyòl", "A learner's dictionary of Haitian Creole", "Introduction to French phonology and morphology", "Bien entendu!", "Basic Course in Haitian Creole", "ScenÌes et seÌjours", "A drillbook of French pronunciation", "A selected bibliography on language learners' systems and their analysis", "Drillbk French Pron, a", "Scènes et séjours", "Etudes Sur Les Varietes Du Francais", "Haitian Creole English French Dictionary", "Essays In Applied French Linguistics", "Le Créole", "A descriptive phonology of standard French", "Trends in language teaching"
- award: - Guggenheim Fellowship for Humanities, US & Canada (Linguistics)
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Volume 5: Language by Michael Montgomery, Ellen Johnson, Charles Reagan Wilson
Albert Valdman, ed., French and Creole in Louisiana (1997). German The presenceofthe German language intheSouth todayislargelydue to immigration from.
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