Language Change: The Interplay of Internal, External, and Extra-linguistic Factors
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The depicardization of the vernaculars of the Lille conurbation
vowel raising in Amman
My Dads auxiliaries
convergence on the Island
towards a standard language or a new diglossia?
the leakiness of bilinguals sound systems
the special status of function
Contactinduced change in a codecopying framework
a highcopying language