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contacts, pre-Old Written Mongolian period; loanword phonetic features; Old Written Mongolian, dialectal basis reconstruction; 8901449 Middle English locative syntagms, inessive/adessive relationships ... words; plays vs BROWN/LOB corpora; new LET-list, vocabulary test construction; 8901533 Inventaire des particularités lexicales du francais en Afrique noire (Inventory of Lexical Specificities of French in ...
, Azerbaijani; 8905862 Buryat (Mongolian) diphthongs, experimental computer study; dura- tion, formant structure, intensity; male speakers; 8905839 English-Azerbaijani somatic verbal phraseologisms valence ... assignment reformulation, Arabic consonantal root clusters/Guarani nasal-spreading evidence; 8905558 Yemeni legal documents, conceptual status evolution; entextualization process; 8905499 Age Differences in ...
college students; 9404970 oral narrative-context influences, stylistic analysis; conversational in- terview reexamination; 9405609 Panamanian Creole English, syntactic/lexical/sociolinguistic features ... ; 9405478 mother tongue acquisition/usage, intuition role, language skills/ university curriculum considerations; 9406277 nonstandard English speakers’ phonological problems; tests; African American/white ...
, socio-/psycholinguistic bases; Modern Mongolian verb formation, diagrammatic model; 9103532 motional pair, notion definition, morphological/semantic characteristics, word-formational status; 9103507 ... Medimurska Bistrica age pe family names analysis, derivational typology, diachronic statistics; 9104101 Middle Dutch feminine gonenet designation derivation changes, suffixes/models/rules; 9103526 a a loanwords ...
This paper will discuss the loanwords in the Uyghur language and their historical and socio-cultural backgrounds. ... It is also spoken by more than 300,000 people in Kazakhstan, and there are Uyghur-speaking communities in Kyrgyzstan, the other hand, there has been a tendency to replace Chinese loanwords with indigenous ... Its vocabulary was enriched through loanwords and their usage turned positive. ...doi:10.46400/uygur.712733 fatcat:65sioqoiabbvdlvnxohlxotati
narrative, present tense function, hunt genre analysis; 309437 Middle English Peterborough Chronicals Norman-French loanwords; 9309832 Missouri Chiwere second person pronouns, M. ... English periphrastic do, rate of change issue; 9309853 English than-comparatives development, P. ...
students’ reading test performance; Proficiency in English. ... Russell’s arguments; 9107305 English/Korean zero anaphora, distribution/usage; 9106667 event anaphora, propositional object reference vs property theory explanations; 9106390 focus treatment, autolexical ...
It is not surprising then, given the aforementioned demographic situation, to see many Asian-origin words in the English language. ... East Asian words are now entering into the English lexicon with unprecedented speed as a consequence of increased contact between East Asia and the English-speaking world. ... Usages: how and why In this section, the behavioural component of attitudes surrounding the usage of EAW is analysed and presented. ...doi:10.1017/s026607841900018x fatcat:ir23cupftjgn7hgjwuivmohum4
We see potential in the use of resources such as ours for the improvement of a variety of cross-lingual NLP tasks, which we demonstrate through a downstream application for the evaluation of machine translation ... In particular, many missing terms are expressed through restricted collocations in English, Spanish, Mongolian, and Hungarian. ... 12 1.58 0.90 English-Hungarian 19 1.31 1.06 English-Mongolian 12 1.33 1.12 The use of corpus-based frequency data is promising future work in this direction. ...arXiv:2204.05049v1 fatcat:sjltq53pojbujc76uj3nagzyja
Uralic languages of the Volga-Kama Region, especially Mari and Udmurt, show strong Turkic influence in the range of usages of converbial (gerundial, i.e. adverbial non-finite) forms. ... The paper explores the prospect of using verbs borrowed from Russian as a metric of productivity: as these were borrowed after the phase of intense Turkic language contacts ended, their usage in Turkic-type ... Acknowledgements We are indebted to our colleagues at the University of Szeged who went to great lengths in helping us with this paper, facilitating our research stay and helping us access essential literature ...doi:10.33339/fuf.97527 fatcat:5dus7s7yubeihp54dmu56mtiea
It's worth noting in this context that some languages, including many of those in the Pacific Northwest Sprachbund of the U.S. and western Canada, have only a tiny handful of loanwords from English in ... English borrowed a good deal of basic vocabulary, including skin, sky, get and the pronouns they, them, their, from Norse in the late Old and early Middle English period...' ...doi:10.3765/bls.v27i1.1107 fatcat:6fmxauaiefdp5m3l65hcb7rb6q
such as English and Japanese. ... In particular, the parallel distribution of the vowel  is captured in a unified way in native lexical items and loanwords in internal position without causing the duplication problems inherent to [1 ...doi:10.1016/s0024-3841(01)00053-5 fatcat:o2xhalnfu5gedari4jsukl6csi
In the first one is a bibliographical survey of the most important literature that appeared in the fields of study of individual five Altaic language groups (Japanese, Korean, Manchu-Tungusic, Mongolic ... In the conclusion, the author outlines the most fundamental problems standing before the Altaic linguistics. ... English (1990 English ( , 1991 English ( , 1993a English ( , 1993b English ( , 1996 English ( , 1998b . ...doaj:6774f7fb7acb4e72b237d703ae9fde18 fatcat:w7bmvg7j5rdtzi2fdhkijfrnju
This language contact resulted in orthographic exchanges as well as 'cultural borrowing' through code-switching initially and borrowing loanwords with phonological and morphological adaptation afterwards ... This research focuses upon investigating the change in communication patterns of Chinese Muslims to explore the extent of their integration in Chinese society during history and today. ... so is its usage among Chinese borrowers). ...doi:10.3176/tr.2015.1.04 fatcat:izwcdadwkba7hcazezvgytjerq
for change in usage and semantics, postulated for certain etymologies. ... Unfortunately, existing descriptions of derivational morphology in Mongolian languages often confuse denominal and deverbal models (not to mention additional semantic confusion because of imprecise English ...doi:10.31826/jlr-2017-141-208 fatcat:ffridfwobnfulkftxcs7y45nhu
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