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accent acquired acquisition process adaptation and imitation adapted flexive agent language agentivity and SL Angloromani applied Bakker basic chapter Coetsem comparable contact-linguistic Copper Island Aleut creole dialect discussed distinction elements example extended mode French function functors Geraardsbergen German Gothic grammar Greek guage imposition inclusion inherent stability insofar interaction internally induced change Kupwar varieties language attrition language contact language development language manipulation language types Latin less stable lexical diffusion lexical items linguistically dominant language markedness marker Media Lengua Michif Middle English mode of borrowing morphology motivation native notion occurs operations phoneme phonology plural primary partitioning pronunciation borrowing Proto-Germanic Quechua reduction refer relexification rephonetization Romani Russenorsk second language acquisition section 1.2 self-identification SL agentivity SL speaker social dominance sociolect Spanish stability factor stability gradient standard Dutch structure subsidiary stability syntagmatic target language tion transfer patterning transfer types transmission phenomenon usage vocabulary words
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