Elżbieta Kaczmarska and Motoki Nomachi: eds. Slavic and German in contact: Studies from areal and contrastive linguistics
The 26th volume of Slavic Eurasian studies considers language contact between Slavic and German. The articles in this volume deal with the influence of German on topics ranging from clitics to morphology to the verbal system to the lexicon. The contributors and editors are to be applauded for their effort to examine not only the commonly recognized standard Slavic languages but also languages which do not enjoy the same status within the Slavic family: Burgenland Croatian, Kashubian (with data from extinct Slovincian), and Silesian.
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