UBC Okanagan students create Ghanaian alphabet
But Nabit is purely a spoken language. It has no writing system and no alphabet.
That's where UBC anthropology student Robyn Giffen comes in. She's now working with PhD candidate Vida Yakong, who speaks Nabit, and together they're creating an alphabet for the endangered language.
She explains how and why, to Daybreak host, Chris Walker.
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