Historical Linguistics: Problems and Perspectives
Longman Linguistics Library is a series aimed primarily at an undergraduate and postgraduate student readership. It aims to provide a broad view of the subject such as is difficult to obtain exclusively from scholarly journals and monographs.
Co říkají ostatní - Napsat recenzi
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Change and metatheory at the beginning of
Typology and reconstruction
On the phonetic basis of phonological change
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