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10  Articles
The Balkan Sprachbund in the Republic of Macedonia Today: “Eurology” as Discontinuity and Dialectology as ContinuityIn the article, I attempt to uphold the thesis about the continuity of the processes which gave rise to the phenomenon of the Balkan lingui... see more

In South and Central Kalimantan (southern Borneo) there are some unusual linguistic features shared among languages which are adjacent but do not belong to the same genetic linguistic subgroups. These languages are predominantly Banjar Malay (a Malayic la... see more

This paper presents corpora of five minority Uralic languages that belong or are adjacent to the Volga-Kama area, which has been characterized as a Sprachbund (Bereczki 1983, Helimski 2003). A total of 11 corpora contain written and, in one case, spoken t... see more

In a 2013 lecture at Princeton University, distinguished historian Professor Basil Gounaris suggested that in the 19th?20th centuries there was a “troubled relationship” between Greece and the Balkans, and a process of “estrangement” associated with “the ... see more

With this volume, Acta Linguistica Asiatica is entering its 3rd year. After the second half of last year, focusing on research in “Lexicography of Japanese as a Second/Foreign Language” we begin this year with selection of papers covering various perspect... see more

Continuity or Discontinuity – the Case of Macedonian PhoneticsThe article presents its principal topic of the continuity of linguistic phenomena based on the material of Macedonian phonetics, treated as a constituent of south-east European phonetics, and ... see more

Macedonian Language from the Perspective of its Balkan Environment (Language Tendencies)In the past fifteen years, Macedonian standard language and its dialects have been subject to various changes effected for the purpose of establishing clearer and simp... see more

SummaryLanguage subgroups, groups, families and unities were investigated from the point of view of their dispersion in the way it was first proposed in (????????? 1986). We consider how compact this or that language taxon (i.e. subgroup, group, family or... see more

The Slavic ‘da’ and its Balkan peculiarities The aim of this article is the analysis of the Slavic ‘da’, its derivates and distribution, from Proto-Slavic to modern Slavic languages, with particular emphasis on the Serbo-Croatian diasystem. The main assum... see more

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