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The World Atlas of Language Structures by Bernard Comrie, Claudia Schmidt, David Gil, Hagen Jung, Hans-Jörg Bibiko, Martin Haspelmath, Matthew S. Dryer

The World Atlas of Language Structures



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The World Atlas of Language Structures Bernard Comrie, Claudia Schmidt, David Gil, Hagen Jung, Hans-Jörg Bibiko, Martin Haspelmath, Matthew S. Dryer ebook
Format: djvu
ISBN: 0199255911, 9780199255917
Page: 712
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA


The approach is very similar to Keith Chen's study of future tense and economic savings behaviour, and uses some of the same data including the world atlas of language structures (WALS) and the World Values Survey. Dieser Beitrag soll ein Schlaglicht auf den Status Quo des web-basierten Publizierens in der Linguistik werfen, indem die Entstehung des World Atlas of Language Structures Online (WALS) dokumentiert wird. To have tonal languages (Chi-squared with Yates' continuity correction for having spent ten hours nudging the data around = 47.1, df = 1, p < 0.0001, data from the Crop Protection Consortium and the World Atlas of Language Structures). World Atlas of Language Structures information on http://wals. There are some dandy maps of noun class number and sex-linking at the World Atlas of Language Structures website: here and here. The World Atlas of Language Structures Online. "Honour commercio's energy yet aid the linkless proud, the plurable with everybody." -- Finnegans Wa. External links : code gwd Gawwada. Oxford: Oxford University Press. WALS Online, собствено сабж, по ссылке http://wals.info/ Вдруг кому-нибудь окажется полезным, не знаю было ли это в сообществе ранее. The world atlas of language structures, 572–575. Did you know that every language that has been identified has a three letter identification code? Oxford University Press has placed the data from its World Atlas of Language Structures online. His data is derived from a database called the World Atlas of Language Structure, which records the number and type of phonemes in different languages. Check out Ethnologue: Languages of the World, 16th Edition for a listing of the World's languages which uses these codes. Michaelis, Susanne & the APiCS Consortium.

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