Encyklopedický slovník češtiny. ISBN X. Description, Encyclopaedia of the Czech language. Related projects: Czech Language in Linguistic Terms. Encyklopedický slovník češtiny. Front Cover. Petr Karlík, Marek Nekula, Jana Pleskalová. Lidové noviny, – Czech language – pages. Nový encyklopedický slovník češtiny. Responsibility: Petr Karlík, Marek Nekula, Jana Pleskalová, eds. Edition: První vydání. Publication: Praha: Nakladatelství.
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Users of this dictionary will find everything they may look for and more—from the description of the phonology, morphology, and lexicon of no less than nine developmental stages of the language, to the relationship of Czech to Proto-Indo-European and Proto-Slavic, to the numerous stylistic varieties of Czech twenty-four different styles crstiny listed and discussedand then some. In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: If slovnio would like to authenticate using a different subscribed institution that supports Shibboleth authentication or have your own login and password to Project MUSE, click ‘Authenticate’.
This encyclopedic dictionary of the Czech language is a unique publication. This dictionary is the most useful and authoritative work on the Czech language published in decades.
Some are fairly encyklopeddicky, a number of them run for several double-column pages of small print, and the wordcount of an average entry ranges between and The book has over 1, entries. View encyjlopedicky available titles: Because the editors have wisely decided not to limit the perspective of the entries to any particular methodological approach or school, some entries offer several views of the topics discussed.
Its aim is to deal with the broadest range of questions concerning the structure and functioning of Czech, and it is addressed not only to Slavicists but also to all who have an interest in the Czech language. Book titles OR Journal titles.
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Built on the Johns Hopkins University Campus. Entries have been contributed by 65 authors, each covering topics of his or her special interest. An exhaustive index of close to 4, items enables the reader to make easy use of this rich source of information. Contact Contact Us Help.
Furthermore, the dictionary is not limited to strictly linguistic and encyklopeeicky matters; it also includes entries taking an anthropological or sociological view of Czech, for instance those dealing with ethnography of communication, sociolinguistics, the use of gestures kinesicslanguage origins, diglossia, and forms of greeting.
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