World Ethnography - Intro to East REL August 31, 2009...

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Intro to East REL August 31, 2009 September 2, 2009 World Ethnography I. Indo-European Ethno-Linguistic Family (Ireland –West <-> Northern South Asia – East) 1. Celtic Group - Gaelic (Irish & Scottish) - Welsh - British 2. Germanic Group - German - Dutch - English - Danish - Swedish - Norwegian - Icelandic - Flemish 3. Italic Group - Latin - Italian - French - Spanish - Portuguese - Romanian 4. Balto-Slavic Group ** Baltic - Latvian - Lithuanian Slavic - Polish - Czech - Slovak - Russian - White Russian (Belarusian) - Bulgarian - Macedonian - Serbian - Croatian 5. Balkan Group - Greek - Albanian 6. Caucasian Group - Armenian 7. Indo-Iranian Group ** Iranic - Avestian
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Intro to East REL August 31, 2009 September 2, 2009 - Farsi - Tajik - Kurdish - Pashto Indic - Sanskrit - Pali - Hindi - Panjabi - Bengali - Nerali II. Hamito-Semitic Family 1. Hebrew 2. Aramaic 3. Arabic 4. Amharic 5. etc. III. Sino-Tibetan Family 1. Mandarin 2. Tibetan 3. Burmese 4. Thai 5. Lao ** 6 Languages recognized by UN** 1. English -> post 1945 – American US
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