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By Dag T.T. Haug, Eiríkur Kristjánsson

The foreign convention on ancient Linguistics is the most convention for experts in language swap, and the 2013 convention in Oslo drew greater than three hundred contributors, with 182 papers awarded within the common consultation. The sixteen papers chosen for inclusion during this quantity from the overall consultation of ICHL 2013 not just offer a transparent photo of the cutting-edge in a number of subfields of ancient linguistics but additionally current fresh insights in diachronic phonology, typology, morphology and morphosyntax. The languages and households lined comprise English, German, Scandinavian, French, Occitan, Portuguese, Sardinian, Spanish, historic Greek, previous jap and Austronesian. the amount could be precious to any linguist with an curiosity in diachronic issues in addition to common linguistic conception.

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1). 2. When the listener turns speaker, the target vowel has thus shifted from [o] to [ʊ]/[u], as explained under scenario 1 above. 3. The speaker produces a raised [ʊ] for reasons explained under scenario 1 above. Through articulatory and auditory self-feedback, the speaker updates his own linguistic representations to reflect this pronunciation, cf. Perkell (2012). As with articulation and perception both being the causes of vowel raising (cf. 2), there is no need to assume that the grammaticalization of this vowel raising is due to either scenario 1, 2, or 3.

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