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This article deals with some of the spelling changes that occurred in the 1640s. Many changes began before Meletius Smotrytsky's Grammar was published in 1648, and the spelling rules of the Grammar 1648 were formed as a result of corrections in texts produced in the 1640s. At this time, demonstration of word border in writing manifested in clitics separation from autosemantic words, in the appearance of broad grapheme Є and Ѻ, and in changes in the spelling of the conjunction i. The stabledoi:10.31168/2305-6754.2014.3.1.3 fatcat:bcnj53g2dzhoxbjhritq4nfg24