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Linguistic atlas of Texas German

Glenn G. Gilbert

Linguistic atlas of Texas German

by Glenn G. Gilbert

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Published by University of Texas Press in Austin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • German language -- Dialects -- Texas -- Maps.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Glenn G. Gilbert.
    GenreMaps.
    SeriesDeutscher Sprachatlas; regionale Sprachatlanten -- Nr. 5.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsG1911.E3 D43 Nr. 5, G1371.E3 D43 Nr. 5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 25 p., vi, 148 l. of maps.
    Number of Pages148
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18511230M
    ISBN 100292700881
    LC Control Number74170099

    Gothic Online Series Introduction Todd B. Krause and Jonathan Slocum. Gothic is the language of the earliest literary documents of the Germanic peoples as a whole. The only linguistic remnants of Germanic peoples which antedate Gothic remains are some of the Runic inscriptions, with which the Gothic language shares not a few characteristics because of its general linguistic conservatism. Historical Linguistics Books Showing of Historical Linguistics: An Introduction (Paperback) by. Lyle Campbell (shelved 5 times as historical-linguistics) avg rating — ratings — published Want to Read saving Want to Read.

      Atlas zur deutschen Alltagssprache A German-language periodical index and bibliography of other publications in all aspects of German language and literature. books, papers, monographs, dissertations on all aspects of language, including sociolinguistics, lexicology, grammar, speech pathology, speech disorders, language acquisition. MAIN LIBRARY. Perry-Castañeda Library East 21st St. Austin, TX. Phone: ()

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Create. Glenn G. Gilbert, Linguistic Atlas of Texas German (Austin: University of Texas Press, ). Terry G. Jordan, "The German Element in Texas: An Overview," Rice University Studies 63 (Summer ).

Terry G. Jordan, German Seed in Texas Soil: Immigrant Farmers in Nineteenth-Century Texas. Texas German (German: Texasdeutsch) is a group of German language dialects spoken by descendants of German immigrants who settled in Texas in the midth century.

These "German Texans" founded the towns of Bulverde, New Braunfels, Fredericksburg, Boerne, Pflugerville, Walburg, and Comfort in Texas Hill Country, Muenster in North Central Texas, and Schulenburg, Brenham and Language family: Indo-European.

Jean Boase-Beier is Senior Lecturer in German, Linguistics and Translation Studies in the School of Language, Linguistics and Translation Studies of the University of East Anglia, where she runs the MA course in literary translation. She is author of Poetic Compounds: The Principles of Poetic Language in Modern English Poetry () as well as many articles on morphology and translation.

Texas English may use many grammatical constructions typically associated with Southern U.S. English, including fixin' to, multiple modals like might could and should oughta (reportedly used by every social class and, as of the s Linguistic Atlas of the Gulf States, predominately in Upper and Lower East Texas), and plural verbal -s as in Our father and mother helps used by both black and.

Language by State in the United States There are 50 states in the United States. This section compares Texas to all of the states in the United States and to those entities that contain or substantially overlap with Texas.

In Hans Boas, a German-born German professor at the University of Texas at Austin, founded the Texas German Dialect Project, an online archive that currently holds seven hundred hours of. relevant linguistic features of Texas German recorded by earlier studies5 in order to set up procedures that would allow for eliciting as much relevant data from Linguistic Atlas of Texas German.

Austin: UT Press. Guion, S. The death of Texas German in Gillespie County. In P.S. Ureland. The Ladin Institut works with numerous national and international universities (like the universtity of Bolzano-Bressanone, Venezia, Innsbruck, Salzburg, Eichstätt and Berlin) and supports different scientific projects (for example the ALD "Linguistic Atlas of the Dolomite Ladin and the neighbouring dialects" published by the University of.

Gilbert, Glenn G. Linguistic Atlas of Texas German. Austin, Tex., Petmecky, William. Easter Fires of Fredericksburg. Fredericksburg, Tex., [Travels and Fortunes of a German in Texas] was published in Germany in and was the third edition of his book that first appeared in as Texas und seine Revolution.

In it, he. Elmer Bagby Atwood, The Regional Vocabulary of Texas (Austin: University of Texas Press, ). Guy Bailey, "Directions of Change in Texas English," Journal of American Culture 14 (). Craig M. Carver, American Regional Dialects: A Word Geography (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, ).

Glenn G. Gilbert, Linguistic Atlas of Texas German (Austin: University of Texas Press, ). The first large-scale enterprise in linguistic geography was the preparation of the German linguistic atlas. In the s, the initiator of this great undertaking, Georg Wenker, composed 40 test sentences that illustrated most of the important ways in which dialects differed and sent them to schoolmasters in o places in the German.

More than a century ago, German settlers found a pocket of Texas to call home between Austin and San Antonio. And once the local lingo merged with their own language, it proved to be an.

The History of the German Settlements in Texas, (Austin: Von Boeckmann-Jones, ; reprinted ). Victor Bracht. Texas in (translated by Charles Frank Schmidt, Austin: German-Texan Heritage Society reprint ). Glenn G. Gilbert. Linguistic Atlas of Texas German, Regina Beckmann Hurst and Walter D.

Kamphoefner, trans. Welcome to WALS Online. The World Atlas of Language Structures (WALS) is a large database of structural (phonological, grammatical, lexical) properties of languages gathered from descriptive materials (such as reference grammars) by a team of 55 authors.

The first version of WALS was published as a book with CD-ROM in by Oxford University Press. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Scale of principal maps ca.Description: vii, 25 pages, vi, Department of Linguistics.

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Incorrect Book The list contains an incorrect book (please specify the title of the book). Details *. Publisher: German-Texan Heritage Society; First Edition edition (June ) Language: English; Product Dimensions: x x inches; Shipping Weight: pounds. Texas in by Viktor Bracht. This book was first published in This book is a real treasure .LINGUISTIC ATLAS, also dialect atlas.

A book of maps which show the distribution of language features over a chosen area. The maps show, with conventional signs such as dots, circles, and triangles, the locations of features as used by native speakers, such as sounds, words, or syntactic features.

Ideally, the speakers are directly interviewed in their home communities and their responses.Germania (/ dʒ ɜːr ˈ m eɪ n i ə / jur-MAY-nee-ə, Latin: [ɡɛrˈmaːnɪ.a]) was the Roman term for the historical region in north-central Europe initially inhabited mainly by Germanic tribes.

The origin of the term "Germania" is uncertain but known to have been used at the age of Julius Caesar, who wrote in the 1st century BC about warlike Germanic tribes and their threat to Roman Gaul.