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The influence of neighboring language Skylar B. Stebbins B4 Linguistic Contact
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The influence of neighboring language Skylar B. Stebbins B4. Linguistic Contact. Linguistic Contact. any linguistic change that would have been less likely to occur outside a particular contact situation Through Literature Through Geographic Location Through Culture/ Society. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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The influence of neighboring languageSkylar B. StebbinsB4Linguistic Contact1HOW (OVERALL QUESTION)How do we do this?Linguistic Contactany linguistic change that would have been less likely to occur outside a particular contact situationThrough LiteratureThrough Geographic LocationThrough Culture/ Society

"linguistic contacts is descirbed as any linguistic change that would have been less likely to occue outside a particular contact situation" Sara G ThomasonLiteratureGeographicCulture/Society

mask/masqueHito/RenHaikuSaunamask/masque english to frenchhito and ren japanese and chinesehaiku japanesesauna is a finnish word

Literature~

BooksMagazinesFood WrappersScientific NamesHistory

literaturebooksmagazinesfood wrappersscientific nameshistorytopic of anime and manga you learn words like bakasakaiiand sir names of -kun-san-chan

Geographic LocationLanguage DiffusionNorman Conquest To EnglandCreole Language

language diffusion movement/influence of language through migration

norman conquest- created from conjoined languages from norman administrators took from their language in order to create this one

creole- european and west African language, mixed this is diffusion

Culture and SocietyCreolesBella CoolaKanji (Hanji) or Han Letters

Creoles represent a compromise among competing linguistic input, just as creole culture reflects a compromise among competing sociocultural traditions. MEANING: that when you have to fight so social and culture traditions then it makes your area prone to language difusion because there is lack of strength in your culture and language, thus causing blending on language to fit everyday life.

pont 2- Bella Coola, who speak SalishThey had an abundance of loanwords from their parent languages. Wakashan is the main one they borrowed from because of so much cultural affinity (meaning what you are culturally use too and adapted too)

Point 3- Kanji origniated in chinesejapanese originally learned in order to better understand the chinese after wars and over the simplification of the language the kanji begain to futher its self from pronouncation also they made new kanji only in japanese use in order to distiguish japanese and give it more of an identity

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