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Changement de conditionnement en phonologie: un exemple roumain
(Presses universitaires de France; http://www.puf.com/wiki/Accueil, 1997)
The phonological change is certainly the result of the interaction of two types of factors: natural, extralinguistic factors and formal factors, i.e. factors related to the form, the organization of language. One aspect ...
Variation in the use of discourse markers in a language contact situation
(Cambridge University Press; http://www.cambridge.org/, 1997)
Use of discourse markers by 17 speakers of Anglophone Montreal French (AMF) showed great variation in individual repertoires and frequency of use. Only five subjects manifested rates of usage comparable to those native speakers ...
The Legitimate and Illegitimate Offspring of English
(The University of Hawaii Press, 1997)
Personal Thoughts on Indigenous Language Stabilization
(Northern Arizona University Press;, 1997)
This paper presents personal reflections on factors in the preservation and stabilization of North America indigenous languages. All indigenous languages in North America are in danger of being lost. Linguistic and ...
Gullah's Development: Myth and Sociohistorical Evidence
(University of Alabama Press; http://www.uapress.ua.edu/, 1997)