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THE AEOLODOREAN HELLENIC DIALECT FORMS OF NOWADAYS-THE ALBANIAN (1e)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  22/11/2019) 3.3 Albanian Standard LanguageWritten language is strongly connected to the alphabet. After centuries of occupation, Albania would finally realize the need for a national alphabet and a national education system, as they were deprived of both … Continue reading

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THE AEOLODOREAN HELLENIC DIALECT FORMS OF NOWADAYS-THE ALBANIAN (1d)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  21/09/2018) 3.1 Albanian-PIE phonological correspondences Albanian’s phonological system has undergone continuous changes through the centuries until the final development of standard Albanian (Demiraj,1998:483). It would definitely serve the purpose of this thesis though to show the relation … Continue reading

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THE AEOLODOREAN HELLENIC DIALECT FORMS OF NOWADAYS-THE ALBANIAN (1c)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  24/07/2017) The Albanian Linguistic Journey from Ancient Illyricum to EU “Lexical Borrowings” Introduction Lexical borrowings are responsible for as much as ninety percent of the Albanian vocabulary and due to globalization, this percentage is about to grow … Continue reading

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THE AEOLODOREAN HELLENIC DIALECT FORMS OF NOWADAYS-THE ALBANIAN (1b)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 12/08/2016) THE GREEK ELEMENT IN THE FIRST ETIMOLOGIC DICTIONARY OF ALBANIAN LANGUAGE Abstract The Albanian language and its history have always attracted the attention of the scholars during the last two centuries. The Etymologic Dictionary of Albanian … Continue reading

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THE AEOLODOREAN HELLENIC DIALECT FORMS OF NOWADAYS-THE ALBANIAN (1a)

The Role of The Greek Borrowings In Albanian Lexis Abstract The purpose of this study is to distinguish the Greek borrowings in Albanian language and to define their role in the layers of the Albanian lexis. Even though Albanian is … Continue reading

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