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Книга Landmark. Intermediate. scholars publication Landmark. Intermediate. scholars e-book Книги Иностранные языки Автор: Simon Haines , Barbara Stewart Год издания: 2000 Формат: pdf Издат.:Cornelsen Страниц: 159 Размер: 19,4 Mb ISBN: 3464123960 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Landmark builds on what newcomers convey to classification and respects their wisdom and adventure. utilizing real-life listening and interpreting, Landmark will get scholars considering, noticing, and reacting.Key features1. clean issues get scholars pondering and speaking.2. a powerful specialise in abilities pushes scholars to increase their wisdom and ability.3. Texts and projects support scholars discover and turn on their vocabulary.4. genuine listening projects elevate understanding of positive factors of common conversation.5. a realistic method of writing.6. An lively discovery method of grammar courses scholars to see styles and principles for themselves.7. Intermediate and Upper-Intermediate degrees have real interpreting with supportive initiatives and graded publicity to real listening.8. complicated point has unscripted recordings and genuine texts to problem and stimulate the grownup learner. additionally has brief devices to prevent subject fatigue.

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One has to notice that in Copper Island Aleut only the verbal inflection was affected and not the nouns. No closer comparison is possible here. In short, the verb-noun hypothesis does not seem to make sense for the genesis of Michif. Code-mixing Hypothesis In many bilingual societies people may spontaneously mix the languages spoken. This is called code switching, if switches occur between sentences, or code mixing, if switches occur between words and phrases. In this discussion I use "code mixing" as a general term.

It does not seem so. Even in the most extreme cases of borrowing, the proportion of loanwords is not so enormous as in Michif. Furthermore, loanwords are usually adapted to the sound system of the bor- Introduction 11 rowing language, but in Michif both components preserve their own sound systems. Also, no cases are known of such categorial borrowings (only nouns, only verbs, or something like it) as in Michif. Therefore Michif does not seem to be a case of Cree borrowing into French or French borrowing into Cree.

One has to notice that in Copper Island Aleut only the verbal inflection was affected and not the nouns. No closer comparison is possible here. In short, the verb-noun hypothesis does not seem to make sense for the genesis of Michif. Code-mixing Hypothesis In many bilingual societies people may spontaneously mix the languages spoken. This is called code switching, if switches occur between sentences, or code mixing, if switches occur between words and phrases. In this discussion I use "code mixing" as a general term.

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