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Language eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 226 pages of information about Language.
  phonetic leveling,
  phonetic pattern,
  plurality,
  race of speakers of,
  reference, definiteness of,
  relational words,
  relations, genetic,
  rhythm,
  sentence, analysis of,
  sentence, dependence of word on,
  sound-imitative words,
  sounds,
  stress and pitch,
  structure,
  survivals, morphological,
  symbolism,
  syntactic adhesions,
  syntactic values, transfer of,
  tense,
  verb, syntactic relations of,
  verse,
  vocalic change,
  word and element, analysis of,
English, Middle,
English people,
Eskimo,
Eskimos,
Ewe (Guinea coast, Africa),
Expiratory sounds,
“Explosives,”

F

Faucal position,
Feeling-tones of words,
Fijians,
Finnish,
Finns,
Flemish,
“Foot, feet” (English), history of,
Form, cultural,
  feeling of language for,
  “inner,”
Form, linguistic: 
  conservatism of,
  differences of, mechanical origin of,
  elaboration of, reasons for,
  function and, independence of,
  grammatical concepts embodied in,
  grammatical processes embodying,
  permanence of different aspects of, relative,
  twofold consideration of,
  See Structure, linguistic
Form-classes,
  See Gender
Formal units of speech,
“Formlessness, inner,”
Fox (N.  Amer.),
French
  analytical tendency,
  esthetic qualities,
  gender,
  influence,
  order, word,
  plurality,
  sounds,
  sounds as words, single,
  stress,
  structure,
  tense forms,
  verse,
French, Norman,
French people,
Freud,
Fricatives,
Frisian,
Ful (Soudan),
Function, independence of form and,
Functional units of speech,
Fusion,
Fusional languages,
  See Fusion
Fusional-agglutinative,
Fusional-isolating,
“Fuss, Fuesse” (German), history of,

G

Gaelic,
Gender,
German
  French influence on,
  grammatical
  concepts in sentence,
  Latin influence on,
  phonetic drifts, history of,
  plurality,
  relations,
  sound-imitative words,
  sounds,
  tense forms,
  “umlaut,”
  unanalyzable words, resistance to,
German, High,
German, Middle High,
German, Old High,
Germanic languages,
Germanic, West,
Germans,
Gesture languages,
Ginneken, Jac van,
Glottal cords,
  action of,
Glottal stop,
Gothic,
Grammar,
Grammatical element,
Grammatical concepts.  See Concepts, grammatical
Grammatical processes: 
  classified by, languages,
  particular, development by each language of,
  types of,

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