"Non-Academic" Original Languages?
lyosovs at cityline.ru
Thu Dec 19 02:30:54 EST 2002
>The drawback to Randall's approach is that BH lacks the breadth to
>constitute a real, spoken language. For that matter, as a collection of
>literary dialects, it would probably be appropriate to say that it was
>a spoken language as such.
I believe it is very true and important. Just think of Ullendorf's article
"Was BH a language?" and later contributions on the subject.
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