Link_languages - Link Languages What is a Link Language?...

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Link Languages
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What is a Link Language? LATI N RUSSIAN FRENCH (17 th -mid-20 th ) ARABIC (Islamic Empire CE 733 – 1492) SANSKRIT ENGLISH SPANISH (16 th -17 th )
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Consequences BILINGUALISM/ MULTILINGUALISM > Code Switching and Code Mixing –> Substratum > Interference and Interlanguage
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Other Consequences Backflow (interlanguage effects also in source language) > THE RETURNEE’S SYNDROME Accomodation (e.g. Indian English speakers aspirating their voiceless stops so native English speakers understand them better)
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Koinés Special type of link language, which tends to arise under special conditions: a. The varieties of speech that are in contact with each other are closely related languages or even mutually intelligible
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This note was uploaded on 09/11/2011 for the course LING 210 taught by Professor Adrianamolina-munoz during the Spring '11 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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