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Linguistic Reconstruction: An Introduction to Theory and Method (Oxford Textbooks in Linguistics) [Hardcover]

Anthony Fox

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Languages are not static, but are constantly changing: the latest slang comes and goes, our own language is subtly, but noticeably, different from that of our grandparents, and the further back we go in time the more remote and incomprehensible the language seems to be. Read the first page
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