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Displaying Records 351 - 375 from the 959 Summaries found
hanyu pinyin: mandarin in roma
Translations of Japanese Lingu
translations of Japanese lingu
Passives with object agreement
adnominal possessives and animacy
dictionary presentation of de
Maroneze, Bruno Maroneze
spoken vs. written language
Origin of 'un système où tout se tient'
Using UPSID in teaching linguistics
attribution of quotes on Engli
Hartman Keiser, Steve
Evolution of number in Slavoni
VVCC superheavy syllable
Liaison Acquisition in French
Valence changing and ergativity
Summary of anaphoras to "every"
Anaphoras to 'every'
Insight Media Videos for Teaching
Wouk (FOA DALSL), Fay
ergativity, word order and agreement
Uvulars/pharyngeals and glottal stop
Uvulars and glottal stop (addendum)
Parallel Texts for MT Evaluation
scope of negation in Bengali
SUMMARY OF ETYMOLOGY OF GREEK