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Word order in the Germanic languages

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The Germanic branch of Indo-European consists of three main groups (Ruhlen 1987: 327):- East Germanic: Gothic, Vandalic, Burgundian (all extinct);- North Germanic (or: Scandinavian): Runic (extinct), Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Icelandic, Faroese;- West Germanic: German, Yiddish, Luxembourgeois, Dutch, Afrikaans, Frisian, English.Here we will only consider the languages that are currently spoken in geographical Europe. Thus Afrikaans, which is spoken in South Africa, and the extinct languages Gothic, Vandalic, Burgundian, and Runic will not be taken into account (but see e.g. König & van der Auwera eds. 1994).
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelConstituent Order in the Languages of Europe
RedaktørerAnna Siewierska
Antal sider30
UdgivelsesstedBerlin/New York
ForlagMouton de Gruyter
Udgivelsesår1998
UdgaveHardback
Sider75-104
ISBN (trykt)3-11-015152-9
StatusUdgivet - 1998
SerietitelEmpirical Approaches to Language Typology 20-1

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