A Grammar of the Norman French of the Channel Islands: The Dialects of Jersey and Sark

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Walter de Gruyter, 1994 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 452 pages
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Contents

Diachronic phonology
15
Synchron1c phonology
103
Morphosyntax
141
Lexicon
289
Conclusion
337
Word Lists
363
Notes
445
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Page 447 - Atlas linguistique de la France. Notice servant l'intelligence des cartes. Paris, Champion, 1902 (Notice 1902).

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