Difference between revisions of "Errata in Trask's Historical Linguistics"

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* p. 16, "...who speak different languages<u>. </u>This is true today..."
 
* p. 18, "originally <b>meaning</b> ‘army-ford’"
 
* p. 18, "originally <b>meaning</b> ‘army-ford’"
 
* p. 35, "mëdvedev" isn't the Russian word for bear, медведь [mʲɪdˈʋʲɛdʲ] is.
 
* p. 35, "mëdvedev" isn't the Russian word for bear, медведь [mʲɪdˈʋʲɛdʲ] is.

Revision as of 13:48, 4 September 2016

These errata found in Millar's 3rd edition of Trask's Historical Linguistics were mostly identified by Jonathan Washington and his students in LING 052 in the fall of 2016.

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

  • p. 16, "...who speak different languages. This is true today..."
  • p. 18, "originally meaning ‘army-ford’"
  • p. 35, "mëdvedev" isn't the Russian word for bear, медведь [mʲɪdˈʋʲɛdʲ] is.