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Chapter 2, "Language History," details how discrepancies in the text can often be linked to diachronic or dialectal differences.
Los resultados de los textos se reportan en terminos de variacion dialectal, tipo de enunciado y significado pragmatico.
These Russian dialectal and toponymic data support the solid position of the lexeme purde at the early stages of Veps language history.
En este caso, se proponen tres unidades linguisticas, equiparables a lenguas, similares a las propuestas anteriormente por otros autores: amawaka, kashinawa y yaminawa (que se postula como un complejo dialectal, en forma similar a lo propuesto por Fleck 2013).
En este sentido, y desde un punto de vista dialectal, los madrilenos tienen dos alternativas:
Como hemos podido apreciar por las fechas de los estudios citados, la variacion dialectal del diminutivo precisa de una revision actualizada.
The language is common Greek, local with several dialectal influences.
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Vowel alternation developed as a result of historical, etymological and sociolinguistic factors together with dialectal and literary preferences.
Si existe evidencia, sin embargo, de acomodacion dialectal con otras variedades del espanol con las que estos hablantes estan en contacto.
The evidence of dialectal and chronological distribution is also put into the equation.
The problem with Chomsky's theories resides in the non-connection of peripheral or extralinguistic factors (societies, social groups using dialects, societal contexts) with core internal linguistic factors (grammatical rules, dialectal syntax, language system).