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By Isa Zymberi

COLLOQUIAL ALBANIAN is simple to take advantage of and entirely brand new!

Specially written through skilled lecturers for self-study or category use, the direction bargains a step by step method of written and spoken Albanian. No previous wisdom of the language is required.

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  • Clear – concise grammar notes
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By the tip of this lucrative path, it is possible for you to to speak with a bit of luck and successfully in Albanian in a extensive variety of daily situations.

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2 Weaknesses of the voiced obstruent theory When I first learned of Ramsey’s alternative theory about the origin of MK W, t/l, G, and z many years ago, it seemed to me that his reconstruction of MK W, t/l, G, and z as Proto-Korean voiced obstruents *b, *d, *g, and *z explained the facts much better than the traditional lenition theory. One important argument in favor of Ramsey's explanation is that stems containing voiced *-m- and *-n- occur only in Class 6, but not in Class 1 verbs. Since *b, *d, *g, and *z share the feature of voicing with *m and *n, that seemed to be a powerful argument.

Martin’s (1996) monograph dedicated to this problem presents the best explication of the lenition theory. According to the lenition theory, voiced W, z, G, as well as l in the t/l alternation, are secondary products of the lenition of voiceless p, s, k, and t. Martin defines the environment for the lenition as ... °Co/u (1996: 3). 2 The alternative voiced obstruents theory was proposed by Ramsey, who suggested that MK W, t/l, G, and z are to be reconstructed as voiced obstruents *b, *d, *g, and *z in Proto-Korean, which were phonemically distinct from PK *p, *t, *k, and *s (1991: 225227).

17 I believe that some of the *-n and *-ng stems may hide among the stems belonging to accent Classes 3 and 4. First, all the verbs in these classes are of the monosyllabic CV- type. Second, all the verbs in these classes exhibit extremely irregular accentuation (Kim Wancin 1973: 57-61, Ramsey 1991: 232). The stems of these two classes in Middle Korean 18 could show either H or L pitch depending on the following suffixes (Kim Wancin 1973: 5758, Martin 1995: 143). Kim Wancin suggested that these stems were originally low-pitched, but there was a final element that he denoted as λ, equaling it to l plus an unknown element X, that caused the pitch to shift to high before certain suffixes (1973: 58).

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