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This quantity, via an in depth remedy of the cognitive strategies that aid examining, explains how interpreting relatively works. It deals an intensive assessment of significant and present examine, together with first language study, which isn't frequently present in moment language acquisition (SLA) courses. This publication is a real instance of utilized linguistics; it makes well-defined linkages among thought and perform, discussing the consequences and purposes of moment language analyzing theories on tutorial practices. it's a invaluable source and reference for motion researchers, curriculum designers, lecturers, directors, and people drawn to exploring theoretical concerns grounded in educational contexts.

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Fuß, Goth. fōtus, Ice. fótur, Da. ,Swe. Gk. πνύο (pūs), Lat. pēs, pedis, Skr. pāda, Russ. pod, Lith. pėda t→þ Eng. G. thritto, Goth. þridja, Ice. Gk. ηξίηνο (tritos), Lat. tertius, Gae. treas, Skr. treta, Russ. tretij, Lith. trys k→h Eng. hound, Du. hond, Ger. Hund, Goth. hunds, Ice. hundur, Sca. Gk. θύσλ (kýōn), Lat. canis, Gae. cú, Skr. svan-, Russ. sobaka kw→hw Eng. what, Du. wat, Ger. was, Goth. ƕa, Da. hvad, Ice. hvað Lat. quod, Gae. ciod, Skr. ka-, kiṃ, Russ. ko- b→p Eng. peg Lat. baculum d→t Eng.

Figure 11. 500 BC onwards. The Yamnaya or Jamna (Pit Grave) culture lasted from ca. 200. In this time the first wagons appeared. People were buried with their legs flexed, a position which remaine d typical for the Indo-Europeans for a long time. The burials were covered with a mound, a kurgan. 000 IE II split up into IE III and Anatolian. C on, IE III dialects began to differentiate and spread by 2500 west- and southward (European Dialects, Armenian) and eastward (Indo-Iranian, Tocharian). By 2000 the dialectal breach is complete.

One(-) groom eoh bear Ówis nu ékwobhios (eu)wéqet: Awiz nu ehwamaz wehwet: Ewe now eoh (voice): kērd aghnutoi méghi wídontei, hērt agnutai meke wítantei, heart (-) me wise, ékwoms ágontm wrom. ehwams akantm wēram. eoh (act) were Ékwōs (eu)wéqont: Klúdhi, ówei! Ehwāz wehwant: hludi, awei! eoh (voice): listen, ewe kērd ághnutoi ńsmei wídntmos: kērt aknutai uns wituntmaz: heart (act) us wise: wros, pótis, wĺnām ówjom wēraz, fodiz, wulnōm awjam were, (potent), wool ewe qŕneuti sébhi chermóm wéstrom.

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