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Modern Indo-European Language Grammar

12/7/2007

A Grammar of Modern Indo-European


Current Version: 3.24 (20/7/07)


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Ebook in HTML, machine-translated texts & web translations (v. 3.20 - 12/7/07)

  1. Preface & Introduction: GermanSpanishFrenchItalianDutchPolishPortugueseRussian
  2. Writing System & Words: GermanSpanishFrenchItalianDutchPolishPortugueseRussian
  3. Nouns & Adjectives: GermanSpanishFrenchItalianDutchPolishPortugueseRussian
  4. Verbs & Particles: GermanSpanishFrenchItalianDutchPolishPortugueseRussian
  5. Syntax & Phonology: GermanSpanishFrenchItalianDutchPolishPortugueseRussian
  6. Etymological Notes: GermanSpanishFrenchItalianDutchPolishPortugueseRussian

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MIE Grammar For Print - 1st Edition, Final Version (v. 3.22 - 12/7/07):

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Versions' Changes


  • 20/7/07 :: (v. 3.24) Some translation (like reconstructable) and syntax mistakes corrected. Few information added or changed.
  • 14/7/07 :: (v. 3.22) Notes: Mali-gnos, "malign", (as dweni-gnos, "benign"), comes indeed from zero-grade gnos, not from chnos.
  • 13/7/07 :: (v. 3.21) Added important missing information to the pronouns.
  • 12/7/07 :: (v. 3.20) First Printed Edition, Final Version - Changes in Content and Design.
  • 27/6/07 :: (v. 3.15) First Printed Edition, Release Candidate III - Minor Changes in Content and Design.
  • 23/6/07 :: (v. 3.10) First Printed Edition, 2nd Major Version (Release Candidate II) - Minor Changes in Frontpage, Major Changes in Content and Design.
  • 04/6/07 :: (v. 3.02) Anglískos has obviously root accent, i.e. Ángliskos, as Téutiskos, and so on. Also, Europáios is irregular, following the different modern IE languages, as it could be 'purer IE' Európaios or later 'Graeco-Latin' Europaíos (Europaéus).
  • 03/6/07 :: (v. 3.01) Feminine in (v. 2.0) page 86 instead of "femenine", thanks to M.Barnett.
  • 02/6/07 :: (v. 3.00) Major changes have been made, some chapters rewritten and some others added.
  • 06/5/07 :: (v. 2.16) Minor style changes - more links are added for quick references.
  • 05/5/07 :: (v. 2.15) Major Style Revision of footnotes, now added to the end of each section, to facilitate the reading of the grammar - thanks to Adam Cooper.
  • 04/5/07 :: (v. 2.13) Added comment about "European" as an adjective and noun in Indo-European languages from Europe
  • 30/4/07 :: (v. 2.12) Minor corrections on long vowels, palato-velar g, etc.
  • 29/4/07 :: (v. 2.11) Latin endings -tas/-tati-, reduced as MIE -ta, as e.g. Lat. Uniuersitas, Uniuersitat-, "University", -> MIE Oiniwersita
  • 26/4/07 :: (v. 2.10) We enter Full Second Edition of MIE Grammar. Added Remaining Major Sections about PIE Verbal Inflection, MIE Conjugations and IE Particles, already revised. Aorist-Imperfect Question solved.
  • 22/4/07 :: (v. 2.04) Some minor style and hyperlink errors arranged.
  • 19/4/07 :: (v. 2.03) Second Declension Paradigm added.
  • 16/4/07 :: (v. 2.02) PDF is made smaller with the same quality, and some wrong images are now correctly seen.
  • 14/4/07 :: (v. 2.01) Some more words and their etymologies and derivatives added. Minor corrections in noun declension. Some more information about the authors.
  • For Changes before Version 2.0, please go to Europaio Grammar v. 1.x (already outdated).


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