8 edition of Language Contact at the Romance-Germanic Language Border found in the catalog.
by Multilingual Matters Limited
Written in English
|Contributions||Jeanine Treffers-Daller (Editor), Roland Willemyns (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||149|
|LC Control Number||2002014641|
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The current volume brings together sociolinguistic analyses of language contact along the Romance Germanic Language Border, shedding more light on the variable and the universal elements in language contact and shift.
It covers the whole range of the border, from French Flanders through South Tirol. Every part of it has been treated by outstanding experts.5/5(1).
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This book brings together sociolinguistic analyses of language contact along the Romance Germanic Language Border, shedding more light on the variable and the universal elements in language contact It includes information on the legal status of the language border, language planning initiatives and minority languages.
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Get this from a library. Language contact at the Romance-Germanic language border. [Jeanine Treffers-Daller; Roland Willemyns;] -- This volume brings together sociolinguistic analyses of language contact along the Romance-Germanic language border, shedding more light on the variable and the universal elements in language contact.
Jeanine Treffers-Daller is the author of Language Contact at the Romance-Germanic Language Border ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), /5(2). A language border or language boundary is the line separating two language areas.
The term is generally meant to imply a lack of mutual intelligibility between the two languages. If two adjacent languages or dialects are mutually intelligible, no firm border will develop, because the two languages can continually exchange linguistic inventions; this is known as a dialect continuum.
Exosmosis along the Romance-Germanic language border in Belgium: The diffusion of French borrowings in the Dutch dialects of Haspengouw Published in Ens queda la paraula: Estudis de lingüística aplicada en honor a M.
Teresa Turell, - U. Vogl, “Standard language ideology and the history of Romance-Germanic encounters,” in Past, Present and Future of a Language Border. Germanic−Romance Encounters in the Low Countries, C.
Peersman, G. Rutten, and R. Vosters, Eds. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter,pp. 61– Language contact can occur at language borders, between adstratum languages, or as the result of migration, with an intrusive language acting as either a superstratum or a substratum.
Language contact occurs in a variety of phenomena, including language convergence, borrowing and relexification. Vowel change across time, space, and conversational topic: the use of localized features in former mining communities.
Devlin, T., French, P. & Llamas, C., Oct Article in Language Variation and Change. Unlike the Slavic languages which split into three branches, Romance languages form one branch because A) there was limited migration in this part of Europe.
B) there was no literary tradition of the language. C) Romance languages derive from a single root language, Latin. D) Romance languages derive from a single root language, Arabic. Romance–Germanic encounters along the language border: past, present and future Peersman, Catharina / Rutten, Gijsbert / Vosters, 00 € / $ / £ Free shipping for non-business customers when ordering books at De Gruyter Online.
Book Book Series. Previous chapter. Next chapter. Chapter 4. Standard language ideology and the history of Romance–Germanic encounters Vogl, Ulrike. 30,00 € / $ / £ Get Access to Full Text.
Citation Information. Past, Present and Future of a. Professor of Linguistics, Princeton University, – Professor of Germanic Linguistics, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, – Author of The Sounds of English and German.
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Past, Present and Future of a Language Border. This volume revisits the issue of language contact and conflict in the Low Countries across space and time. The contributions deal with important sites of Germanic-Romance contact along the different language borders, covering languages such as French, Dutch, German, and Luxembourgish.
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