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Aaron, Uche Ekereawaji. 1999. Tense and aspect in Obolo grammar and discourse. Dallas: Summer Institute of Linguistics and University of Texas at Arlington.
Aaron, Uche Ekereawaji. 1998. Discourse factors in Bible translation: A discourse manifesto revisited. Notes on Translation 12(1):1–12.
Aaron, Uche Ekereawaji. 1996/97. Grammaticization of the verb 'say' to future tense in Obolo. Journal of West African Languages 26(2):87–94.
Aaron, Uche Ekereawaji. 1996/97. The category of number in Obolo verbal morphology. Journal of West African Languages 26(1):49–76.
Aaron, Uche Ekereawaji. 1992. Reported speech in Obolo narrative discourse. In Shin Ja J. Hwang and William R. Merrifield (eds.), Language in context: Essays for Robert E. Longacre, 227–240. Summer Institute of Linguistics and the University of Texas at Arlington Publications in Linguistics 107. Dallas.
Aaron, Uche Ekereawaji. 1990. Orthography of Obolo (Andoni). Orthographies of Nigerian languages: Manual 6. Lagos: Federal Ministry of Education.
Aaron, Uche Ekereawaji. 1983. Language variation in Obolo. In Jerold A. Edmondson (ed.), Pilot studies in sociolinguistics, 135–142. Research Papers of the Texas SIL 13. Dallas: SIL.
Aaron, Uche Ekereawaji. 2013. Discourse and cultural similarities between Obolo and biblical Hebrew. Ms.
Aaron, Uche Ekereawaji. 2013. Uncovering the meaning we translate: The importance of discourse context. Paper presented at Bible Translation 2013 Conference in Dallas. October 11–15, 2013.
Aaron, Uche Ekereawaji. 1994. Tense and aspect in Obolo grammar and discourse. Ph.D. dissertation. University of California, Santa Barbara.
Aaron, Uche Ekereawaji. 1983. Interpropositional relations in Obolo. M.A. thesis. University of Texas at Arlington.
Works by this author in SIL Language & Culture Archives