What have you been reading lately? (linguistic ed.)

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Re: What have you been reading lately? (linguistic ed.)

Post by spanick » 08 May 2019 17:27

Of late, I've been on:
Hocąk Teaching Materials, Volume 1 by Johannes Helmbrecht & Christian Lehman (2010)
Winnebago Grammar by William Lipkind (1945)

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Re: What have you been reading lately? (linguistic ed.)

Post by Ælfwine » 20 Jun 2019 00:02

I've just bought The Oxford Gothic Grammar. Even with the discount I had, it wasn't cheap, but I am hoping it'll be worth it. Supposedly, it is the most comprehensive book on the language since the 19th century, and includes very recent findings on the language. I'm hoping it'll help out with my Germlang.
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Re: What have you been reading lately? (linguistic ed.)

Post by KaiTheHomoSapien » 18 Aug 2019 02:15

Look what just arrived in the mail for me today:

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[:D] Can't wait to start reading this.

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Re: What have you been reading lately? (linguistic ed.)

Post by spanick » 18 Aug 2019 21:09

KaiTheHomoSapien wrote:
18 Aug 2019 02:15
Look what just arrived in the mail for me today:

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[:D] Can't wait to start reading this.
I have this. Fantastic book.

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Re: What have you been reading lately? (linguistic ed.)

Post by Lambuzhao » 18 Sep 2019 02:35

W00T!

Crazy smart fellow, that Dr. Ringe. I had the pleasure of taking a class under him in Ancient Greek Historical Grammar… oh, about 587 Trine ago…
Looks to be a juicy read! [:D]

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