Dictionary of Philological Terms in English
An ablaut is a vowel change, characteristic of Indo-European languages, that accompanies a change in grammatical function; Also called gradation
i, a, u in sing, sang, sung
Someone who speaks with a particular accent pronounces the words of a language in a distinctive way that shows which country, region, or social class they come from.
An accent is a short line or other mark which is written above certain letters in some languages and which indicates the way those letters are pronounced.
He had developed a slight American accent.
In grammar, a clause is a group of words containing a verb. Sentences contain one or more clauses. There are finite clauses and non-finite clauses.
Salikta teikuma daļa;
main clause, relative clause, subordinate clause
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