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Bukharan Tajik
  • Shinji Ido
  • Journal of the International Phonetic Association
  • 21 March 2014
Standard Tajik, or Modern Literary Tajik as it was called during the Soviet era, was established in the nineteen twenties and thirties based largely on the dialects of the Bukhara-Samarkand area,
ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE IPA
Standard Tajik, or Modern Literary Tajik as it was called during the Soviet era, was established in the nineteen twenties and thirties based largely on the dialects of the Bukhara-Samarkand area,
Towards an alternative description of incomplete sentences in agglutinative languages
TLDR
The distribution of morphemes in incomplete sentences is examined closely, based on which a system of analysis that can handle a variety of incomplete sentences in an integrated manner is proposed from a morphological point of view.
ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE IPA Bukharan Tajik
Standard Tajik, or Modern Literary Tajik as it was called during the Soviet era, was established in the nineteen twenties and thirties based largely on the dialects of the Bukhara-Samarkand area,
VOWEL ALTERNATION IN DISYLLABIC REDUPLICATIVES: AN AREAL DIMENSION
This paper analyzes a variety of languages with regard to vowel alternation patterns in their disyllabic sound symbolic reduplicatives (DSRs). The analysis reveals that (1) a number of different
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