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SUPPORT
EXPERTS
INDO-EUROPEAN LANGUAGES
LANGUAGE FAMILY
LANGUAGE CHANGE
LANGUAGE
LANGUAGES
SATISFACTION
METHODOLOGY
GROWING INTEREST
LEADING EXPERTS
FAMILY TREES
VALUABLE INSIGHT
RELATED FAMILIES
COMMON ANCESTOR
FURTHER WORK
HISTORICAL LINGUISTS
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Support

  1. Other hypotheses are controversial because the methods used to support them are considered by mainstream historical linguists to be invalid in principle. (Web site)

Experts

  1. Personally I trust the historical linguists, the experts, rather than the word of a non-linguist.

Indo-European Languages

  1. Again, the view that Sanskrit is the ancestor of Indo-European languages is not a view that historical linguists take seriously.

Language Family

  1. Historical linguists have been unable to definitively link the Tai-Kadai languages to any other language family.

Language Change

  1. Because of this and false underlying assumptions of rates in language change, the work is generally refuted by Historical Linguists (cf.

Language

  1. Historical linguists examine how a language was spoken in the past and seek to determine how present languages derive from it and are related to one another.
  2. It will interest a wide range of scholars and students of language, including typologists, historical linguists, and theorists of every shade. (Web site)

Languages

  1. The main job of historical linguists is to learn how languages are related.

Satisfaction

  1. However, despite decades of research, this Elamo-Dravidian language family has not been demonstrated to the satisfaction of other historical linguists. (Web site)

Methodology

  1. This methodology has been severely criticized by many historical linguists. (Web site)
  2. Some of the methodology used to support it has been severely criticized, and most historical linguists remain undecided.

Growing Interest

  1. Since the late 1970's, historical linguists have discovered their growing interest in pragmatic questions—first in German, then in Romance linguistics.

Leading Experts

  1. Contributors include leading experts in the fields of noun phrase grammar, Romani dialectologists, typologists and historical linguists. (Web site)

Family Trees

  1. Historical linguists construct family trees, an idea pioneered by the 19th century historical linguist August Schleicher. (Web site)

Valuable Insight

  1. Human population geneticists and historical linguists are also providing valuable insight for these questions.

Related Families

  1. The tools of analysis developed by historical linguists enabled scholars to begin classifying the world's languages into related families and branches. (Web site)

Common Ancestor

  1. Mainstream historical linguists hold that Proto-Slavic in turn developed from the Proto-Balto-Slavic language, also a common ancestor of Baltic languages.

Further Work

  1. The classification has been used as a basis for further work and some historical linguists have proposed even broader proposals of African language families.

Historical Linguists

  1. Old Church Slavonic is valuable to historical linguists since it preserves archaic features believed to have once been common to all Slavic languages. (Web site)
  2. Some linguists are also listed by field: see Historical linguists, Phonologists, Sociolinguists, Syntacticians, and Morphologists.
  3. However, since mass comparison eschews the use of reconstruction and other traditional tools, it is flaty rejected by the majority of historical linguists. (Web site)

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  2. Further Work
  3. Information > Science > Linguistics > Linguists
  4. Related Families
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