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INTRODUCTION TO ESTONIAN LINGUISTICS. RAUN, ALO; SAARESTE, ANDRUS THIS TEXT COMPRISES A SURVEY OF THE ESTONIAN LANGUAGE, WHICH IS GROUPED HERE WITH LIVONIAN, VOTIC, AND A PART OF WESTERN FINNISH, TO FORM THE SOUTHWESTERN BRANCH OF THE FINNIC (OR BALTO-FINNIC) by: 8.
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This text surveys some of the most important and recent approaches to this question, breaking the problem up along traditional lines. The emphasis is on methods. Introduction: Contacts of Estonian in the light of contact linguistics research.Moreover since this book was first written in the 70's, there are still many outdated data in the seventh edition, although it has been updated.
The chapters on the core fields of linguistics, i.e. phonetics/phonology, syntax, semantics, and historical linguistics, seem to be a little too thin.During this Swedish reign Estonia got its start in education by founding Tartu University in Estonia also established the first Estonian parish schools in the ’s.
Sweden’s reign in Estonia lasted until the early ’s when Russia once again took hold. Under Russia’s reign German noblemen received rights and privileges to the.