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Bulgarian and Macedonian were influenced much more by Byzantium and the east, while Serbo-Croat and Slovene turned to the west. The last three languages are all officially recognised in present-day Yugoslavia. The cyrillic alphabet devised in the ninth century was adopted by the followers of the Orthodox Church, while Roman script was adopted by those Slavic populations which espoused Catholicism. The only significant difference between Serbian and Croatian is a graphic one. 32 LINGUISTICS FOR LANGUAGE LEARNERS To the north and the east, early Slavic expansion met few real obstacles, except for the Turkic nomads of the south-eastern steppes.
This comparative method aims to reconstruct proto-languages, which are unattested by actual texts (reconstructed forms are marked *). Thus, on the evidence of Old English cyning ('king') and Old Saxon and Old High German kuning linguists assumed a Proto-Germanic form * kuningaz. The validity of this informed guess appears to be borne out by the Finnish kuningas ('king'), which must have been borrowed from Germanic at a time which predates our records of the language. This last example illustrates that a genetic model of vertical transmission cannot account for all the facts of relationships between languages.
1\ ·. ·. 'Dung' Pronunciation of the vowel in 'suck' ___________ _ 'Muck' vs 'dung' ........................... . SOURCE: H. Orton, S. Sanderson and J. Widdowson (eds), The Linguistic Atlas of England (London: Croom Helm, 1978), ©University of Leeds 1978. Reproduced by permission of Croom Helm Ltd. 36 LINGUISTICS FOR LANGUAGE LEARNERS An essential step towards this goal is the selection and codification in grammars and dictionaries of a standard form of speech and writing, or norm. 3); and their awareness of the norm as a guide to 'good usage'.
A Teacher's Guide to World War One: A History in Documents (Pages from History) by Emily Berry