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Les langues slaves dans le contexte des langues indo-européennes

TitleLes langues slaves dans le contexte des langues indo-européennes
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1980
AuthorsAdrados, F
JournalСъпоставително езикознание / Сопоставительное языкознание / Contrastive linguistics
Publication Languagefra
KeywordsContrastive Studies; съпоставителни изследвания

The article considers the place of the Slavic languages among the other Indo-European languages using linguistic data and results from recent archaeological findings. Grammaticalization is the basic factor in the development of the morphological systems; its mechanism is illustrated with examples from the Indo-European and Slavic languages. The Slavic languages possess both a number of archaisms which are evidenced by the Anatolian languages, and innovations common to the Greco-Aryan group. The Baltic Slavonic language group is the most conservative group in late Indo-European (Indo-European III).

Citation KeyAdrados1980
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