Subject: Uncategorized | religion and language | 2009 | 1959.1/68398 | thesis(doctorate) | language contact | ethno-religious communities | language change | open access | monash:8322 | german language variety | ethesis-20090409-082435
Varieties of German are spoken all over the world, some of which have been maintained
for prolonged periods of time. As a result, these transplanted varieties often
show traces of the ongoing language contact as specific to their particular context.
This thesis... View more