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by Moshé ALTBAUER. Jerasalem 1992. Аниченко 1969 — B. B. Аниченко Белорусско-украинские письменно-язьжовне связи. 1977 (Historical Phonology of the Slavic Languages, ed.: G. Y. Shevelov, III: Belorassian). Витковский 1964

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Kohler, Klaus 2000. Investigating unscripted speech: Implications for phonetics and phonology. In: Phonetica 57: 85–94. Kohler K. Investigating unscripted speech: Implications for

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Book reviews of the following work: László Hunyadi: Hungarian sentence prosody and Universal Grammar-On the phonology-syntax interface. Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main, 2002.

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Book reviews of the following work: László Hunyadi: Hungarian sentence prosody and Universal Grammar-On the phonology-syntax interface. Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main, 2002.

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1975 Bender, M. L. (1988): Proto-Omotic Phonology and Lexicon. In: Bechhaus-Gerst, M. — Serzisko, F. (eds): Cushitic-Omotic. Papers from the First

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In this paper I tried to describe some phonological and morphological aspects of english loanwords in Portuguese. I observed 631 anglicisms of the Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa (Porto Editora, 1998, 8th edition). The adaptation of the english words has producted some modifications in portuguese phonological and morphological systems.

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, C ., Montico , M ., Zoia , S ., & Schön , D . ( 2015 ). Music training increases phonological awareness and reading skills in developmental dyslexia: A randomized control trial . PLoS ONE , 10 ( 9 ), 1 – 17 . 10.1371/journal.pone.0138715

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Balassa, József — Zsigmond Simonyi 1895. Tüzetes magyar nyelvtan történeti alapon. Első kötet. Magyar hangtan és alaktan [A detailed Hungarian grammar on a historical basis. Volume 1: Hungarian phonology and

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Szinnyei, József 1926a. A Halotti Beszéd hang-és alaktana [The phonology and morphology of Sermo super sepulchrum ]. A Magyar Nyelvtudományi Társaság Kiadványai 23. Magyar Nyelvtudományi Társaság, Budapest

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In this study the autor provides a survey on the interaction between English and the Latin, French, Italian, Spanish and Potuguese is analyses chronologically, with a special regard to the phonological modifications of loan-words. 

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