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Indo-european Linguistics Introduction

Indo-european Linguistics Introduction

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Indo-European Linguistics
The Indo-European language family comprises several hundred languages and dialects, including most of those spoken in Europe, and south, south-west and central Asia. Spoken by an estimated 3 billion people, it has the largest number of native speakers in the world today. This textbook provides an accessible introduction to the study of the Indo-European proto-language. It clearly sets out the methods for relating the languages to on
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Indo-European Linguistics
The Indo-European language family comprises several hundred languages and dialects, including most of those spoken in Europe, and south, south-west and central Asia. Spoken by an estimated 3 billion people, it has the largest number of native speakers in the world today. This textbook provides an accessible introduction to the study of the Indo-European proto-language. It clearly sets out the methods for relating the languages to on

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Indo-European Linguistics
The Indo-European language family comprises several hun-dred languages and dialects, including most of those spokenin Europe, and south, south-west and central Asia. Spokenby an estimated 3 billion people, it has the largest numberof native speakers in the world today. This textbook providesan accessible introduction to the study of the Indo-Europeanproto-language.Itclearlysetsoutthemethodsforrelatingthelanguages to one another, presents an engaging discussion of the current debates and controversies concerning their clas-sification, and offers sample problems and suggestions forhowtosolvethem.Completewithacomprehensiveglossary,almost 100 tables in which language data and examples areclearly laid out, suggestions for further reading, discussionpoints and a range of exercises, this text will be an essentialtoolkit for all those studying historical linguistics, languagetypology and the Indo-European proto-language for the firsttime.
james clackson
is Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge, and is Fellow and Direc-tor of Studies, Jesus College, University of Cambridge. Hisprevious books include
The Linguistic Relationship between Armenian and Greek 
(1994) and
Indo-European Word For-mation
(co-edited with Birgit Anette Olson, 2004).

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