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effects of planned change on Estonian morphology

by Virve Raag

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Published by Distributed by Uppsala University Library in Uppsala .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Estonia.
    • Subjects:
    • Estonian language -- Morphology.,
    • Language planning -- Estonia.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementVirve Raag.
      SeriesActa Universitatis Upsaliensis., 29
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPH613 .R25 1998
      The Physical Object
      Pagination156 p. :
      Number of Pages156
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL470193M
      ISBN 109155442048
      LC Control Number98192650
      OCLC/WorldCa39451302

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ACQUISITION OF MORPHOLOGY IN ESTONIAN Abstract Institute of Estonian Language and Culture, Tallinn University, Tallinn University, Tallinn, Estonia. The dissertation is accepted for the commencement of the degree of Doctor philosophiae in literary studies by the Doctoral Committee of Humanities of Tallinn University on 3.

Estonian morphology Estonian is usually considered to be an agglutinative language, thus belonging to the same group as Finnish, Turkish, Quechua or Swahili.

Estonian contains words of considerable complexity, and parsing such word structures for correctness and structural analysis necessitates a thorough morphological analysis. Morphology of Estonian items at the interface of Russian-Estonian language contact data Article (PDF Available) in Sociolinguistic Studies 83(8(3)) April with Reads.

Ackerman F. () Aspectual contrasts and lexeme derivation in Estonian: a realization-based morphological perspective. In: Booij G., Van Marle J. (eds) Yearbook of Cited by: 3. The article describes codeswitching (CS) as a new phenomenon in modern Russian-Estonian contacts.

The author believes that a microsociolinguistic approach developed by Auer, Tabouret-Keller, Le Page, and others allows a flexible analysis and leaves space for linguistic by: Estonian Reading. If you're trying to practice your Estonian Reading then the page below should help.

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Online Estonian language learning Maarika Teral1 and Sirje Rammo2 Abstract. This presentation focuses on computer-assisted learning of Estonian, one of the lesser taught European languages belonging to the Finno-Ugric language family. Impulses for this paper came from Estonian courses that started in the University of Tartu inand File Size: KB.

morphology 3 1. The goal of the book: Definitions of some important linguistic concepts 3 2. The theoretical framework of the book: Meaning-Text Theory 4 3.

Characteristics of the linguistic definitions proposed 11 Substantive aspect of the definitions 12 Formal aspect of the definitions 16 4. Intermediate concepts used in this book 18 Size: 3MB.

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It has been studied and research gives positive expectations (Skadiņš et al, ). Using morphology in MT is crucially important to morphologically rich languages such as Estonian.1.

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