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За мястото на българския език между балканските езици. 2

TitleЗа мястото на българския език между балканските езици. 2
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1981
AuthorsАсенова, П
JournalСъпоставително езикознание / Сопоставительное языкознание / Conrastive linguistics
Publication Languagebul

The features which serve as basis of the Balkan linguistic union are manifested most completely and consistently in Bulgarian: 1. Bulgarian possesses a complete set of Balkanisms, whereas a certain number of them are missing in the other Balkan languages; 2. The Balkanisms, with their uneven territorial distribution, are consistently present in Bulgarian in all its dialects and are manifested in a highly developed and firmly established form, including those which exist in the other Balkan languages as trends only. Bulgarian is thus defined as a Balkan language-standard which unites relevant specific features of the Balkan linguistic union.

Citation KeyАсенова1981
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