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THE ORIGINS&HISTORY OF THE EUSKARA DIALECT(b)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 29/11/19) One key feature of declension in Euskara is its syntagmatic nature. In other words, the suffix which marks the case is added only to the last component of thesyntagm or noun phrase rather than to all … Continue reading

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THE ORIGINS&HISTORY OF THE EUSKARA DIALECT(a)

Euskara, go forth into the world In 1545 the first book in Euskara, Linguae Vasconum Primitiae, was published by Bernart Etxepare, who expressed one wish: Euskara, jalgi hadi mundura Euskara, go forth into the world. The Etxepare Basque Institute takes … Continue reading

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ALL HELLENIC TRIBES HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO koine (Blast)

(ΣΥΝΕΧΕΙΑ ΑΠΟ 18/08/2016) Morphology is dominated by the tendency towards simplification, which is mainly accomplished by analogy.Two-syllable and three-syllable formations replace capricious monosyllables in terms of declension: οις: πρόβατον, μυς:ποντικός, υς: χοίρος, ναυς: πλοίον. Irregular comparatives are replaced: μέγας, μειζώτερος … Continue reading

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HELLENIC DIALECTS ARE STILL SPOKEN IN DIFFERENT FORMS,koine SHOULD BE RE-ESTABLISHED

The Greek Language Through Time Roderick Saxey IILinguistics 450 Greek is one of the oldest written languages on the earth, one of the first Indo-European languages ever written, and the language with the longest history of alphabetic graphology on the … Continue reading

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ALL HELLENIC TRIBES HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO koine (A)

History of Koine Greek Introduction Man is, according to Aristotle, a political animal –meaning that, within the city, in a society organized by consensus, he can exploit his innate abilities to the fullest and acquire new ones as well. In … Continue reading

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