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Representation of a language by writing
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adduction affect already alternation analogy analysis appears applies arbitrary articulation associative became becomes belongs called certain characteristic combination common compared complex concept concerned connexion consider consonant contrast corresponding depends determine diachronic dialects distinction distinguish elements English entirely established evidence evolution example existence explain express fact factors final French German give given grammatical Greek hand historical idea identity important impossible individual instance involved kind language Latin laws less linguistic sign material matter meaning nature never object occurs opposition original particular pattern period phonetic plural position possible present principle produced pronounced Proto-Indo-European question relations remains represented result separate sequence signal simply single social sound change speak speech spoken stem stress structure syllable synchronic syntagmatic taken thing true units various vowel whereas whole word writing written
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