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By Bettina Coulon-Mrosowski

Ce lexique, riche de three 500 expressions allemandes, vous indiquera non seulement leurs équivalents français mais aussi le niveau de langue concerné, le contexte, les synonymes et les particularités grammaticales ou syntaxiques propres à los angeles locution.

Un index français-allemand, situé en seconde partie de l'ouvrage, permet de trouver l'expression allemande los angeles plus juste à partir de 1500 expressions françaises clés.

L'auteur, Bettina Coulon-Mrosowski, universitaire de langue allemande, s'est connecté pendant près de cinq ans à repérer identités et disparités des différents idiomes.

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Any of [æ], [a], [æa]) will start to be pronounced, and spelled, as the diphthong. 79 But here the difference between context-free and context-conditioned may be relevant. Some West-Saxon characteristics would have been (synchronically) context-free. For instance, a non-West-Saxon speaker wanting to imitate the West-Saxon vowel spelled would not know where to substitute it. Faced with, for instance, non-West-Saxon ‘here’ and ‘hear’, but West-Saxon and , the speaker could not know which of the non-West-Saxon forms to replace with .

47 Colman, Money Talks, p. 241. , Magnusson, Studies, pp. 61–9. 49 Colman, ‘Numismatics’, pp. 91–3. 210; and see the comments on the late Old English vowel system above. , Campbell, Old English Grammar, section 297. 214. 33, written soon after 1100’. , Essays on the English Language (London: Longman, 1968), pp. 47 and 51. Samuels, ‘The Study of Old English Phonology’, Transactions of the Philological Society 51 (1952), pp. 15–47 at 27 and note 1. 53 Magnusson, Studies, pp. 87 and 83–4. 54 Campbell, Old English Grammar, section 314; Magnusson, Studies, p.

Low-mid distinction between mid vowels followed by /r/, as in sport vs. sort. But consider the description of Kentish as an a-dialect. 2009 0:38:49 page_25 < previous page page_25 next page > Page 25 Kentish and West-Saxon is between [a] and [æa] before /l/ plus a consonant. Therefore, the speaker of Kentish imitating Saxon would know which words should have the diphthong: that is, could simply replace every [a] before /l/ plus a consonant with [æa]. 81 The preceding account falls, as confessed, into a fairly traditional Stammbaum way of approaching the question of Old English dialects.

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