Grammatik


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Grammatik

An earlier grammar checking program for DOS, Windows, Macintosh and Unix that was developed by Reference Software and acquired by WordPerfect Corporation in 1993. Novell later acquired WordPerfect, which it then sold to Corel. U.S. government versions checked for usage according to the Government Printing Office and other military and civilian guides. The functionality of Grammatik remained in Corel's WordPerfect office suite. See grammar checker.
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Versuch einer Grammatik der tscheremissischen Sprache nach dem in der Evangelienubersetzung von 1821 gebrauchten Dialekte, Reval.
Para analizar este punto de vista tenemos a disposicion un trabajo sumamente esclarecedor, que es el programa titulado Philosophische Grammatik (53).
Prolegomena zu einer kritischen Grammatik. Wien, Julius Springer.
(7) The French translation of Muller's The Science of Language (La Science du langage) appeared in 1864, and as I shall demonstrate below, its influence can be seen throughout "Lokis." Schleicher, who also wrote the Compendium der vergleichenden Grammatik der indogermanischen Sprachen (1861-1862), is credited with developing a genealogical tree model for representing language relationships, even if the notion of such a model originated before him (see Schleicher, Compendium, 5-9; Pedersen 272; Campbell and Poser 54).
Susanne Gunthner and J6rg Buckner (eds.): Grammatik ira Gesprach: Konstruktionen der Selbst- und Fremdpositionierung.
Like a latter-day Casaubon searching for the key to all mythologies, Volker Nolle announces from the outset his intention to provide the 'Erforschung der Transzendentalien, der Grammatik der Phantasie resp.
The authors consider the "Grimmian Revolution"--the paradigm shift in the humanities that accompanied the publication of Jacob Grimm's Deutsche Grammatik during the 19th century--and its impact on 19th and early-20th century philology in the fields of medieval studies and language studies, and in the construction of Northern European national identities, mythologies, and folklore.
The fragments of Karl Luick's Historische Grammatik der englischen Sprache published during his lifetime which contained an account of the development of English vowels and diphthongs have long served as a theoretical source successfully exploited by a host of historical phonologists.