4 edition of Languages in contact found in the catalog.
Languages in contact
|Statement||by Uriel Weinreich ; with a pref. by André Martinet.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 148 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||148|
I have read quite a lot of books and papers on linguistics, from dense theoretical textbooks to breezy popular works, both during my undergraduate career as a linguistics major, during my work at a small speech-synthesis software company, and for. The study of language contact investigates the ways that language communities interact and the impact of that contact on the languages. Language contact can occur between a few individuals from one language community and a more dominant language community. These individuals may become multilingual to some degree, but this kind of contact will have very little, if any, impact.
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Languages in Contact book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This remains the fundamental base for studies of multilingual communi /5. Language contact is the social and linguistic phenomenon by which speakers of different languages (or different dialects of the same language) interact with one another, leading to a transfer of linguistic features.
"Language contact is a major factor in language change," notes Stephan Gramley. "Contact with other languages and other dialectal Author: Richard Nordquist. A contact language is a marginal language (a type of lingua franca) used for purposes of basic communication by people with no common language.
English as lingua franca (ELF), says Alan Firth, is a "contact language between persons who share neither a common native tongue nor a common (national) culture, and for whom English is the chosen Author: Richard Nordquist.
Language contact is extremely common in most deaf communities, which are almost always located within a dominant oral language culture. It can also take place between two or more sign languages, and the expected contact phenomena occur: lexical borrowing, foreign "accent", interference, code switching, pidgins, creoles, and mixed systems.
Get this book in print. 46 Crystallization of New Languages. 47 Language Shifts immigrant individual inﬂuence innovations inter interpreted involved Italian language contact language loyalty language shift languages in contact learning lexical lilte linguistic interference loan translation loanwords morphemes mother-tongue group.
Languages in Contact book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Accounting for the structural differences between non-creole langua Format: Ebook.
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Most societies in today's world are multilingual. 'Language contact' occurs when speakers of different languages interact and their languages influence each other.
This book is an introduction to the subject, covering individual and societal multilingualism, the acquisition of two or more languages from birth, second language acquisition in adulthood, language change, linguistic typology. Research on language contact has brought to light a broad range of fascinating transfer phenonema in languages across the world (e.g.
Thomason and KaufmanAikhenvaldHeine and Kuteva Author: Peter Siemund. 'Language contact' occurs when speakers of different languages interact and their languages influence each other.
This book is an introduction to the subject, covering individual and societal multilingualism, the acquisition of two or more languages from birth, second language acquisition in adulthood, language change, linguistic typology and 4/5(1).
This book highlights the complexity of contact-induced language change throughout the history of English by bringing together cutting-edge research from these fields. Special focus is on recent debates surrounding substratal influence in earlier forms of English (particularly Celtic influence in Old English), on language shift processes (the Author: Daniel Schreier.
Buy This Book in Print. summary. This volume collects for the first time various accounts of contact between sign languages throughout the world, presenting an exciting opportunity to further understand the structural and social factors of this linguistic component in Deaf communities.
Editor David Quinto-Pozos has divided Sign Languages in. The book gets you into a proper state of mind to learn a new language.
It covers most of the fears and excuses a person may have and motivates its readers to reach their linguistic potential. It also promotes the most useful technological tools available that can help them achieve their goals.
Using methods not found in classrooms, Benny turns Author: Stevie D. Prepare, Publish, Promote Publish Your Book Enter Book Details Supported Languages Publishers can upload and sell books with content and metadata written in these languages.
Content uploaded in languages that Kindle doesn't support won't display properly on. She outlines the origins and results of contact-induced language change, extreme language mixture—which can produce pidgins, creoles, and bilingual mixed languages—and language death.
The book concludes with a brief survey of language endangerment. Languages in contact. [Lisa Lim; Umberto Ansaldo] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Lisa Lim; Umberto Ansaldo. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Languages: Česky | Deutsch. REASONS FOR CONTACT Languages can come into contact in a variety of ways.
Basically there are two types: the first is direct contact in which speakers of one language turn up in the midst of speakers of another (because of invasion, emigration, etc.), the second is where the contact is through the mediation of literature or nowadays television and radio.
a contact explanation for a change should be proposed only when all attempts to nd a language-internal explanation have failed. Research over the past half-century, starting with Weinreich’s classic book Languages in Contact, has brought about a recognition of the importance of language contact for explanations of many linguistic changes.
The appearance of Uriel Weinreich's Languages in Contact: Findings and Problems () marked a milestone in the study of multilingualism and language contact.
Yet until now, few linguists have been aware that its main themes were first laid out in Weinreich's Columbia University doctoral dissertation ofResearch Problems in Bilingualism.
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Lingüística.History of language contact research Mixed languages 3. The foundations of the theory of languages in contact 4. Terminology Languages in contact and linguistic borrowing Bilingualism since the appearance of Weinreich's book, languages in contact was the term widely accepted by most of the scholars dealing with problems of File Size: KB.
About the Book. Ten years of research back up the bold new theory advanced by authors Thomason and Kaufman, who rescue the study of contact-induced language change from the neglect it has suffered in recent decades.
The authors establish an important new framework for the historical analysis of all degrees of contact-induced language change.