By Cornelius Hasselblatt, Bob de Jonge, Muriel Norde
The learn of languages in touch is an ever-relevant subject in linguistics, specifically at this time instances whilst expanding globalization results in a couple of new touch events. This quantity positive factors ten papers on a variety of features of language touch by way of top experts within the box. In those papers, contact-induced swap in a large choice of languages is approached from numerous views, reflecting the present scenario in language touch reviews. the 1st major subject within the quantity is said to the linguistic results of migration, either within the current and long ago, and either within the usual language spoken by way of ethnic minorities, and in immigrant languages which are stimulated by way of the traditional. the second one topic issues border components, a conventional treasure trove for the research of touch phenomena. The 3rd subject is ready touch results with out actual touch, in addition to the function performed via translators during this method.
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