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By Richard Cleasby, Volundr Lars Agnarsson, Gudbrand Vigfusson

The main accomplished and well-known previous Norse to English Dictionary. First released in 1874, this 792 web page model contains the Addendum.

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In the absence of a systematic binational linguistic survey of the region, the question of its dialect enumeration, classification and description lacks a scientific basis. According to Dulai, 'There has not been any serious research on the surveys of Punjabi dialects so far'. (1989: 2). In addition to several national, regional and social varieties, the linguistic situation in Punjab is particularly complex because of massive migration. With the partition of the Indian subcontinent came the partition of the state of Punjab.

In (83a), (83b), and (83c) the direct object, the indirect object and the subject, respectively, come under the scope of why. The contrastive function of (83a-c) is further highlighted by the comparisons of contrast within brackets. 1 Yes-no questions In order to seek clarification of what the previous speaker said, a yes-no question usually takes the form of repetition of one or more elements of the statement uttered by the previous speaker. The element selected for clarification by the questioner is retained with a rising tone, whereas the other constituents of the statement may be deleted.

Can gii kivii/kii kataab...? raNjiit hii/vii... raNjiit kii/k^Raa/kauN...? Ranjit what/which one/who? The particles and specifiers, which represent a very small class, cannot be questioned. The different question words employed to question quantifiers and intensifiers result from a base question masculine singular form kinnaa. kinnaa agrees in number and gender with the following nouns. As noted above a relative clause or a phrase representing an object of comparison can also modify a noun phrase.

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