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Linguistic Variety and the Relationship of Languages
Language Change and Linguistic Descent
The Regularity of Sound Change
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allophones assumption attested Bitola borrowing classification of languages comparative linguistics comparative method complementary distribution concept corre correspondence of content correspondence relations criteria criterion defined definition derived descriptive linguistics dialect diasystem ence English established expression external extralinguistic fact genetic affiliations genetic classification genetic relationship genetically related languages Germanic grammatical Greek guage guistic historical identical impossible Indo-Iranian internal change internal language change isoglosses Latin lexical morphemes linguistic diversity linguistic relationship linguistic theory linguistic units linguistic variety set loan relationship logical Macedo-Rumanian mapping merger mixed languages morphemes morphological correspondence morphs necessary older language older stage operator phemes phonemic correspondence phonemic strings phonological correspondences phonological entities possible presupposes proto-language Proto-Slavic reconstructed recurrence regular sound change relevant restrictions rules selected semantic semantic change Serbo-Croatian sets of sound sound laws spondence syntactic correspondence syntax tion transformations typological correspondence typological relationship whereas word-forms words younger stage