A PROPOS DU STATUT AGENTIF DES SUFFIXES –ANT, -IER, -ISTE ET –OIR DU FRANCAIS
Published at Journal of Languages, Linguistics and Literary Studies (JOLLS)
Volume Volume 5.
Published in 2018
Samuel T. Owoeye, Eugenia, Abiodun-Eniayekan, Maryam Tar and Olukayode T. Babatunde
Owoeye Samuel Tuesday » Samuel Tuesday Owoeye graduated with a second class upper division B.A. Degree in French from the University of Ilorin in 1996. After his National Service between 1997 and 1998, he went back to the same University for his Master Degree which he completed in 1999. He joined Covenant University as a pioneer Faculty in 2002 and as an Assistant Lecturer. He obtained a Ph.D Degree in French 2013... view full profile
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