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  Er Rif. Language
This group of different languages, but married by their ownership common to the ethnos amazigh, it has come to be generically, in growing consent, denominated as the language of the Middle Atlas, the tamazight, as general term that includes to all the other ones.
The language Tarifit is the language Amazigh that at the moment survives in the north of the current State of Morocco.
It is the one that use all the western languages, and in general all the languages of Europe with the Greek's exception (they use the Greek alphabet), Bulgarian, Russian, and the Serbocroatian that use the Cyrillic alphabet.
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The current languages are mostly those used for my doctoral work, but I intend to continue adding languages as I have time and as I find good sources of text in electronic form.
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SerboCroatian is an Indo-European, South Slavic language, related to Slovene, Macedonian, and Bulgarian.
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 Serbo-Croatian - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Whilst all in the latter two countries born before 1982 will be fluent in the language, many younger people will have sufficient command of the language mostly through popular and folk music on satellite and cable television (or when hosting concerts) from the four countries which create the pivot.
Due to the unitarian politics of king Aleksandar I Karađorđević, as of 1929 the official language of Yugoslavia was called "Yugoslavian" and all ethnic denominations erased.
A language is a dialect with an army and navy
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The language retains lingua franca status in some communities and some domains in others but it is recognised that, with or without bilingual programmes at school, the number of native speakers will continue to shrink.
It is, generally, difficult to ascertain the degree to which the language itself serves as an important rallying-point for Basque identity; it certainly is one for activists, but it has been suggested that Basque nationalism is not, overall, closely allied to the use of the language.
From the fourteenth to the eighteenth centuries it was the 'official' language, although the growing hegemony of Castile had eroded Catalan as a language of culture, and the Bourbon monarchy repressed the language.
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 CROATIAN LANGUAGE FROM THE ELEVENTH CENTURY TO THE COMPUTER AGE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The pretext of developing a common language was viewed as an additional instrument of a calculated policy whereby the Serbian language was in practice being imposed on the non-Serbs.
Having concluded that the Croatian language was being degraded to the status of a local dialect, eighteen Croatian scholarly institutions published The Declaration Concerning the Name and Position of Croatian Literary Language in March 1967.
The Declaration acknowledged that the Croatian and Serbian languages have the same linguistic basis, but pointed out that the Croatian literary language is not identical to the Serbian literary language.
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 A Diversity of Written as well as Spoken Languages   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
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 Learn Serbo-Croatian - Serbo-Croatian Books, Courses, and Software
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His language is a strange artifact, as the expression is idiomatic and clearly Bosnian, but it is Ekavian rather than Ijekavian (thus he wrote mleko, dete instead of mlijeko and dijete).
One or two final details re Serbocroatian: In the school context, you can imagine it was cumbersome for student to always pronounce all the syllables (srpskohrvatski), so the common way to do it, in Bosnia at least, consisted in saying: /es-ha/ lessons, from the initial s and h.
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 ≡ Combination of Source and Target Languages [Excerpt]
English is the official language of 45 countries, totaling 322 million native speakers, 500 million people speak English as a second language.
Translations of „exotic“ language pairs are often based on the English language.
The language is spoken in regions as far away as the Far East.
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 SSTF 5: Char. of the Asian & Pacific Islander... Pop: Language Spoken at Home...
Persons for whom the name of a language other than English was entered in question 15b, and for whom question 15a was blank were assumed to speak that language at home.
Persons who reported that they spoke a language other than English at home but whose ability to speak English was not reported, were assigned the English-language ability of a randomly selected person of the same age, Spanish origin, nativity and year of entry, and language group.
This question on the current language spoken at home replaced the questions asked in prior censuses on mother tongue; that is, the language other than English spoken in the person's home when he or she was a child; one's first language; or the language spoken before immigrating to the United States.
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 Handout for LING 540: Language Shift and Language Spread
Proficiency: speaker is able to use the language for a given communicative purpose; not grammatical accuracy or fluency, but extent of use for a function (gets the job done).
Most language spread is unnoticed at first; noticed later, and early use must be remembered.
Thus languages spread through populations not in space, except as populations are distributed in space.
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If you're in need of a utility to translate from English to SerboCroatian, Language Teacher is the utility for you.
Words are listed in the main dictionary list, and when selected, all possible translations are displayed.
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Practical training in the English language is a high priority for theEnglish Department of Sofia University, for Sofia University carries primaryresponsibility for preparing the large numbers of speakers of major worldlanguages, English included, necessary for the nation's critical internationalactivities.
She is an appliedlinguist specializing in the use of technology in language instruction.Professor Meskill has extensive foreign experience: she has taught Englishin France and Sweden, she has conducted teacher training programs for USIAin Syria and Iraq, and she has been a visiting scholar in Norway.
Kmetova is an applied linguist, whose publicationsinclude a number of articles dealing with language pedagogy, and she isthe co-author of a leading elementary textbook of English for Bulgarianspeakers.
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 Linguist List - Ask A Linguist Message Details
Serbocroatian and Slovenian are certainly a bit closer to Czech, and more particularly to Slovak, than are Macedonian and Bulgarian.
Indeed, the Southwest Slavic languages and West Slavic might not be sharply differentiated were it not for the over a milinium separation between them caused by Hungarian (and German and maybe Rumanian/Dalmatian) movements into those areas.
Serbocroatian has a fixed stress as do the West Slavic languages, but it's a little more complicated.
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 NDH: Croatian Language Still Suppressed in Croatia
However, although its article 12 states that "in the Republic of Croatia, Croatian language and Roman script are in official use", unfortunately a rebirth of Croatian language hasn't occured in the meantime.
With their demands for separate Serb schools, text books in Serb language, and the demand that Serb children in Baranja be taught only in Serb language, the Serbs have finally, after almost 150 years, publicly admitted that Croatian and Serb are two separate languages.
In addition, the loss of mutual intelligibility of Croatian and Serb languages is the best guarantee that Croatia will never again join some Yugo-associations which could lead to the renewal of the common state with the Serbs, because our languages, cultures, and religions would be different.
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 LINGUIST List 2.815: Croatian, Serbian and Dialects
It is spoken in the Balearic Islands (Majorca, Minorca and Ibiza), in the South of France (Roussillon), in the independent state of Andorra (where it is co-official with French) and in a wide stripe along the Mediterranean coast in Spain comprising the provinces of Castello', Val`encia and Alacant.
As in the case of Serbo-Croatian, language is only the means to generate conflicts whose origins and goals have very little or nothing to do with language itself.
But language is the most clear sign of identity for people (perhaps along with religion) and it seems to be very easy to awaken xenophobic feelings on the basis of linguistic differences, especially in an economic crisis.
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 LINGUIST List 11.183: Endangered Lang, Cogn-Ling Dictionary, Basque
The Fund is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the scientific description of endangered languages, support for maintenance efforts, and dissemination of the results of those two effort to the scholarly community and the native communities.
The language involved must be in danger of disappearing within a generation or two.
Language communities there and researchers working on those languages are particularly encouraged to apply.
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 Learn Serbian - Serbian Language Courses and Phrase Books
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Magner's book is one of several I have used for language instruction and reference in the last months, and I find it more complete and easier to use that any other self-study book in print.
The dictionary is the best available guide for speakers of SerboCroatian who are learning English at any level, and for speakers of English who are studying SerboCroatian at an advanced level.
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 Serbocroatian language   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
There are movements to differentiate Serbian, Croatian, and Bosnian as separate languages for reasons of religion, ethnicity, or language.
Whether this be phonologically justified is extraneous to the writing systems.
From an orthographic perspective, it is one language which is written in two alphabets.
www.writingsystems.net /languages/serbocroatian   (44 words)

 Overview of the Serbian Language to Help You Learn Serbian
Before the break-up of Yugoslavia, the language was known as Serbocroatian or, less commonly, as Croatoserbian.
Although it is often not easy to specify systematically how the two languages differ, the prevailing political and educational currents treat them as separate entities.
However, the two languages differ in terms of certain pronunciations, some basic vocabulary, and the alphabet they are written in, among other things.
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 Boston Singers Resource - Member Highlight - Petra Pacaric
My first linguistic discovery actually was the native language of my father, who is from former Yugoslavia.
When I was about 10 years old, I somehow succeeded to get a serbocroatian language book and started to study the language on my own.
Then I started to have foreign languages at school, and they were very easy for me. When I had the possibility to go to University, I wanted to choose something that would allow me to live comfortably in the countries I love most.
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 Re: Serbian translation begins
> is indeed the serbian language as spoken in Bosnia and
alphabet.) Incidentally, the language code for this language is "sh".
>> language to be named Serbian rather than Croatian or Bosnian.
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 Cambridge Serbo-Croatian: English - SerboCroatian Dictionary, Serbo-Croatian, Dictionary, Printed Matter
This is the largest, most comprehensive, and by far the most up-to-date dictionary providing English equivalents of the SerboCroatian lexicon, including about 60,000 SerboCroatian headwords and 100,000 phrases, idioms, and collocations.
The Languages of the World has long been the essential handbook for al language students and linguists.
It has now been revised and updated to reflect the latest changes in the world map and in the number of speakers of each language.
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Since 1991, immigration has been rendered an unimportant political issue by the weakness of xenophobia, the dismantling of the Ministry for Italians Abroad and Immigration, and the fixation with the crisis of Italy's postwar system.
ABSTRACT: A recent conference held to mark the opening of the European Forum for Migration Studies, an institute at the University of Bamberg, revealed that there is still no European consensus on the definition of the immigration and integration problem.
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 Re: Serbian translation begins
> > is indeed the serbian language as spoken in Bosnia and
If you ask a linguist (scientist specializing in languages), s/he will
> alphabet.) Incidentally, the language code for this language is "sh".
people.debian.org /~terpstra/message/20040416.053425.781b713e.en.html   (487 words)

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Darmok Dictionary Darmok is a language spoken by the Darmok race in an episode of "Star Trek: The New Generation".
The language is based on illusional rather than literal meanings.
ECHO - EuroDicautom - translates words or abbreviations from one of the European languages into several target languages.
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