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Cambridge University Press, 2006 - Slavic languages - 638 pages
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Bel sely Rus sela Ukr sela
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and vice versa Since the Second World War owing to
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Ukrainian and Belarusian there was the additional burden of establishing
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We shall refer occasionally to Slovincian examples but shall not
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fundamental component of their identity and viability We can see
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it occurs In other words we are able to discuss
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Table 517 Modern demonstrative t thisthat
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Table 520 Full and clitic accusative and dative forms of
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Table 521 ProtoSlavic numerals 24
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Table 523 24 in the modern languages
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Table 524 5 IV 20
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Sup
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Table 527 ProtoSlavicpresenttense inflexions
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Table 529 The modern imperfect tense
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Table 31 Realization of strong jers
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Table 32 Nasal vowel reflexes
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bjal
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This structural possibility was easily extended to the back position
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3226 Syllabicity ofr
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Table 35 Modern vowel systems
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one larger system for stressed syllables and another
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Glottal
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In the freestress languages all of East and South
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Table 41 Alternations in the inflexion of nouns
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Table 43 Alternations in the inflexion of verbs
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Table 44 Alternations in the word formation of verbs
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word formation
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5
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614 Priestly
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Table 52 The ojo declension in the modern languages using
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sym son
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PSzena woman
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PSYkostb bone gostb guest
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kamy stone n Masc
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546 Tense
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Table 511 ProtoSlavic 3 Person pronouns
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Fem
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Table 516 ProtoSlavic demonstrative pronouns tb that sb this
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Table 530 ProtoSlavic aorist tense
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Table 535 Modem irregular verbs
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24b Ger er hat 5 Stuck Brotchen gekauft
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35b Pol chod_z no do come here
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722 Subordinate constructions
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230b Sorb mi je so dzało
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and usage of diminutives are similar to that of nouns
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Ukr staryj old molodyj
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technolects as opposed to terminology which is better documented The
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Bulgarian
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953 Abbreviated words
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journal Rusistika segodnja Russian Studies Today and in bodies like
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the central trends of Slavic dialect research over the last
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Ukrainian For these reasons they show fewer dialectal features distinct
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Table 106 Dialects of Ukrainian
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Table 107 Dialects of Russian
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Table 109 Dialects of Polish and Kashubian
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Table 1011 Dialects of Slovak
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There is a similar preference for the suffixed form in
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