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The scientific theory of the origin of languages 2 The convergence of languages
THE INDOEUROPEAN BASIS OF COMMON SLAVONIC AND
The question of BaltoSlavonic unity
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accent accusative adjectives alternations analogy aorist archaic arose attested Balto-Slavonic basic became Bulgarian Bulgarian and Macedonian Byelorussian Common Slavonic consonantal consonants constructions convergence dative declension devices dialects differences differentiation diphthongs disappearance e.g. Cz e.g. OCS e.g. Russ East Slavonic East Slavonic languages ending evolutionary example expressed formal function gen.sg gender genitive German grammatical Greek hypotaxis imperfective verbs individual Slavonic languages Indo-European languages infinitive intonation lexical linguistic literary language locative Lower Sorbian mainly masculine nouns meaning modern Slavonic languages monuments nasal nominative o-stem occur Old Church Slavonic Old Czech older period origin palatal consonants palatalisation participles per.sg periphrastic plural Polish position predicative prepositions present tense preserved preterites pronouns Proto-Slavonic reflexes result Russian sentences Serbo-Croat singular Slavs Slovak Slovene so-called Sorbian sound changes stems stress stylistic suffix syllables Ukrainian Upper Sorbian velar consonants velars verbal forms vocalic quantity vowels words