An Intermediate-Advanced Level Cambodian Refresher Course - download pdf or read online

By Purtle, Dale I.

This eight-volume audiolingual direction in average Cambodian has been ready for college students who've accomplished both an introductory college-level process 365 days or have had a radical process a number of months. fabric within the first volumes, "Book I--Part One" and "Book I--Part Two," introduces the sound method with phonology drills and contains vocabulary perform, narratives, substitution drills, dialogs and conversation drills, grammar notes and drills, and translation checks. fabric in "Book II--Part One,""Book II--Part Two,""Book III--Part One," and "Book III--Part " appears to be like within the type of spontaneous dialogs, substitution drills, and exams. classes within the ultimate volumes, "Book IV--Part One" and "Book IV--Part Two," are made of sections on interrogation perform, army terminology drills, and comprehension checks. The content material of the cloth through the direction displays Cambodian tradition. All texts, dialogs, and drills look with English equivalents

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89 – 90). We might imagine D(e)inon, the source of the gloss, asking some local Persians for their word for ‘water’ by pointing at a basin containing water and asking what they called it. The Persians might have thought that they were being asked about the name of the container, the basin, and not the content, the water. 20 If something like that happened, there would have been no way for our curious D(e)inon to realize the mistake and for us to go back to the original Persian word. It is sufficient for our purposes to have shown that, whatever process of transmission we imagine, there is ample margin for errors and misspellings of the glosses, which is exactly what we find.

Oxy. 416r (third century AD). Vindob. inv. G 29470 (sixth/seventh century AD). Cf. Esposito 2005, 83 – 84. But quoted as Phaedo in the papyrus. The quotations tend to be loose. Oxy. 1803: Aristophanes, Eq. 655–656 and Geras; Demosthenes, In Dionysod. 60; Xenophon, Anab. 6 (and perhaps Anab. 29) 3. Dialectal or foreign non-literary words . Since a dialectal gloss may come from a literary author, distinguishing non-literary words taken from everyday speech from literary glosses requires a more precise criterion than the simple presence of a dialectal ‘varnish’.

655–656 and Geras; Demosthenes, In Dionysod. 60; Xenophon, Anab. 6 (and perhaps Anab. 29) 3. Dialectal or foreign non-literary words . Since a dialectal gloss may come from a literary author, distinguishing non-literary words taken from everyday speech from literary glosses requires a more precise criterion than the simple presence of a dialectal ‘varnish’. A better method is to see whether the glosses, apart from belonging to a certain dialect, are also not explained with quotations or references to literary authors and /or are not found in literary authors.

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