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1 The Indo-European language family
Table 1.1 IE languages by date and place of first attestation
Table 1.3 Nostratic and PIE stop comparisons
2 Phonology
Table 2.2 Extended correspondence set for medial ∗t in Germanic
Table 2.4 Phonological inventory of PIE
Table 2.8 Glottalic and traditional PIE reconstructed stop system
Table 2.10 ‘Irregular’ ablaut series
Table 2.11 Sanskrit nasal infix verbs
Table 2.12 Laryngeal developments in some early IE languages
3 Morphophonology
Table 3.5 Putative correlations of accent and ablaut
4 Nominal morphology
Table 4.11 Number in PIE nouns
5 Verbal morphology
Table 5.28 Present and aorist formations from three roots
Table 5.29 Aorist formations from nasal infix presents
6 Syntax
Table 6.3 Summary of relative clause types in early IE languages
7 Lexicon and lexical semantics
Table 7.4 PIE formation of decads
Table 7.6 Some PIE animal names
Word index
Language index
Person index
Subject index
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Indo-European Linguistics an Introduction

Indo-European Linguistics an Introduction

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