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PREFACE
PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION
WHAT‘S NEW IN THIS EDITION
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
CONVENTIONS USED IN THIS BOOK
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. THE INDO-EUROPEAN LANGUAGE FAMILY
1.2. TRADITIONAL VIEWS
1.4. THE PROTO-INDO-EUROPEAN URHEIMAT OR ‗HOMELAND‘
1.5. OTHER LINGUISTIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL THEORIES
1.6. RELATIONSHIP TO OTHER LANGUAGES
1.7. INDO-EUROPEAN DIALECTS OF EUROPE
1.7.3. SOUTHERN INDO-EUROPEAN DIALECTS
1.7.4. OTHER INDO-EUROPEAN DIALECTS OF EUROPE
1.7.5. ANATOLIAN LANGUAGES
2. LETTERS AND SOUNDS
2.1 THE ALPHABETS OF MODERN INDO-EUROPEAN
A. VOWELS AND VOCALIC ALLOPHONES
B. CONSONANTS AND CONSONANTAL SOUNDS
2.2. Classification of Sounds
2.3. SOUNDS OF THE LETTERS
2.4. SYLLABLES
2.5. QUANTITY
2.6. ACCENT
2.7. VOWEL CHANGE
2.8. CONSONANT CHANGE
2.9. PECULIARITIES OF ORTHOGRAPHY
3.4. GENDER
3.5. GENERAL RULES OF GENDER
3.6. VOWEL GRADE
3.7. WORD FORMATION
4. NOUNS
4.1. DECLENSION OF NOUNS
4.2. FIRST DECLENSION
4.2.1. FIRST DECLENSION
4.2.2. FIRST DECLENSION IN EXAMPLES
4.2.3. THE PLURAL IN THE FIRST DECLENSION
4.3. SECOND DECLENSION
4.3.1. SECOND DECLENSION
4.3.2. SECOND DECLENSION IN EXAMPLES
4.5.3. THE PLURAL IN THE SECOND DECLENSION
4.4. THIRD DECLENSION
4.4.1. THIRD DECLENSION PARADIGM
4.4.2. IN I, U
4.4.3. IN DIPHTHONG
4.4.4. THE PLURAL IN THE THIRD DECLENSION
4.5. FOURTH DECLENSION
4.5.1. THE PARADIGM
4.5.2. IN OCCLUSIVE, M, L
4.5.3. IN R, N, S
4.5.4. THE PLURAL IN THE FOURTH DECLENSION
4.6. VARIABLE NOUNS
4.7. VOCALISM BEFORE THE DECLENSION
4.8. VOCALISM IN THE PLURAL
4.9. ACCENT IN DECLENSION
4.10. COMPOUND WORDS
5. ADJECTIVES
5.1. INFLECTION OF ADJECTIVES
5.2. THE MOTION
5.3. ADJECTIVE SPECIALIZATION
5.4. COMPARISON OF ADJECTIVES
5.5. NUMERALS
5.5.1. CLASSIFICATION OF NUMERALS
5.5.2. CARDINALS AND ORDINALS
5.5.3. DECLENSION OF CARDINALS AND ORDINALS
5.5.4. DISTRIBUTIVES
5.5.5. NUMERAL ADVERBS
5.5.6. OTHER NUMERALS
6. PRONOUNS
6.1. ABOUT THE PRONOUNS
6.2. PERSONAL PRONOUNS
6.3. REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS
6.4. POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS
6.5. ANAPHORIC PRONOUNS
6.6. DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS
6.7. INTERROGATIVE AND INDEFINITE PRONOUNS
6.7.1. INTRODUCTION
6.7.2. COMPOUNDS
6.7.3. CORRELATIVES
6.8. RELATIVE PRONOUNS
6.9. IDENTITY PRONOUNS
6.10. OPPOSITIVE PRONOUNS
7. VERBS
7.1. INTRODUCTION
7.1.1. VOICE, MOOD, TENSE, PERSON, NUMBER
7.1.2. NOUN AND ADJECTIVE FORMS
7.1.3. VOICES
7.1.4. MOODS
7.1.5. TENSES OF THE FINITE VERB
7.2. FORMS OF THE VERB
7.2.1. THE VERBAL STEMS
7.2.2. VERB-ENDINGS
7.2.3. THE THEMATIC VOWEL
7.2.4. VERB CREATION
7.3. THE CONJUGATIONS
7.4. THE FOUR STEMS
7.4.1. THE FOUR STEMS
7.7. NOUN AND ADJECTIVE FORMS
7.8. CONJUGATED EXAMPLES
7.8.1. THEMATIC VERBS
7.8.2. ATHEMATIC INFLECTION
7.8.3. OTHER COMMON PIE STEMS
8. PARTICLES
8.1. PARTICLES
8.2. ADVERBS
8.3. DERIVATION OF ADVERBS
8.4. PREPOSITIONS
8.5. CONJUNCTIONS
I.1. THE SENTENCE
I.1.1. KINDS OF SENTENCES
I.1.2. NOMINAL SENTENCE
I.1.3. VERBAL SENTENCE
I.2. SENTENCE MODIFIERS
I.2.1. INTONATION PATTERNS
I.2.2. SENTENCE DELIMITING PARTICLES
I.3. VERBAL MODIFIERS
I.3.1. DECLARATIVE SENTENCES
I.3.2. INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES
I.3.3. NEGATIVE SENTENCES
I.4. NOMINAL MODIFIERS
I.4.1. ADJECTIVE AND GENITIVE CONSTRUCTIONS
I.4.2. COMPOUNDS
I.4.3. DETERMINERS IN NOMINAL PHRASES
I.4.4. APPOSITION
I. 5. MODIFIED FORMS OF PIE SIMPLE SENTENCES
I.5.1. COORDINATION
I.5.2. COMPLEMENTATION
I.5.3. SUBORDINATE CLAUSES
I.6. SINTACTIC CATEGORIES
I.6.1. PARTICLES AS SYNTACTIC MEANS OF EXPRESSION
I.6.2. MARKED ORDER IN SENTENCES
I.6.3. TOPICALIZATION WITH REFERENCE TO EMPHASIS
II.1. PHONETIC RECONSTRUCTION
II.1.1. PROTO-INDO-EUROPEAN SOUND LAWS
II.2. DORSALS: THE PALATOVELAR QUESTION
II.3. THE LARYNGEAL THEORY
INFLUENCE IN MORPHOLOGY
III.1. PEOPLE
III.2. SOCIETY
III.3. RELIGION
APPENDIX IV. PIE REVIVAL FOR A COMMON EUROPE
IV.1. MODERN INDO-EUROPEAN OR THE REVIVED PIE LANGUAGE
IV.2. EUROPEAN UNION INEFFICIENCIES
MODERN HEBREW AND THE LAND OF ISRAEL
IV.3. MORE THAN JUST A LINGUA FRANCA, EUROPE‘S NATIONAL LANGUAGE
IV.4. DNGHU, THE INDO-EUROPEAN LANGUAGE ASSOCIATION
EUROPEAN UNION EXPENDITURE
IV.5. CONCLUSION
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