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  • 121 Conjunct — Not to be confused with Conjunct (music). In linguistics, the term conjunct has three distinct uses: A conjunct is an adjunct that adds information to the sentence that is not considered part of the propositional content (or at least not… …

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  • 123 irrealis — adjective Of a verb: inflected to indicate that an act or state of being is not a fact. Although the only irrealis mood in English is the subjunctive mood, some other languages include additional irrealis moods, including cohortative, jussive,… …

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  • 124 modal auxiliary — n. an auxiliary verb that is used with another verb to indicate its mood, as can, could, may, might, must, shall, should, will, and would: it has no special form in the third person singular and no present or past participle [ the modal auxiliary …

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  • 125 American and British English differences — For the Wikipedia editing policy on use of regional variants in Wikipedia, see Wikipedia:Manual of style#National varieties of English. This is one of a series of articles about the differences between British English and American English, which …

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  • 128 Weasel word — Weasel words is an informal term for words that are ambiguous and cannot be substantiated by facts. They are typically used to create an illusion of clear, direct communication. Weasel words are usually expressed with deliberate imprecision with… …

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  • 129 Counterfactual — may refer to: Counterfactual conditional, a grammatical form (which also relates to philosophy and logic) Counterfactual subjunctive, grammatical forms which in English are known as the past and pluperfect forms of the subjunctive mood… …

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  • 130 Agreement (linguistics) — In languages, agreement or concord is a form of cross reference between different parts of a sentence or phrase. Agreement happens when a word changes form depending on the other words to which it relates. For example, one does not say I is in… …

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  • 131 German verbs — may be classified as either weak , with a dental consonant inflection, or strong , showing a vowel gradation (ablaut). Both of these are regular systems. Most verbs of both types are regular, though various subgroups and anomalies do arise. The… …

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  • 132 lest — conjunction formal 1》 with the intention of preventing. 2》 because of the possibility of. Origin OE thȳ ls the whereby less that , later the læste. Usage Lest remains one of the very few contexts in English where the subjunctive mood is,… …

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  • 133 Middle English creole hypothesis — The Middle English creole hypothesis is the concept that the English language is a creole, i.e., a language that developed from a pidgin. The vast differences between Old and Middle English have led some historical linguists to claim that the… …

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  • 134 Pashto language — Pashto پښتو Pronunciation [paʂˈto], [paçˈto], [paxˈto] Spoken in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran (minor) and by the Pashtun diaspora …

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  • 135 Christian Morgenstern — For other people named Christian Morgenstern, see Christian Morgenstern (disambiguation). Christian Morgenstern Born May 6, 1871(1871 05 06) Died …

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  • 136 Western Armenian language — Western Armenian (արեւմտահայերէն) is one of the two modern dialects of Armenian, an Indo European language spoken by the Armenian diaspora, mainly in North America, Europe and most of the Middle East except for Iran. It is also spoken by the… …

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  • 137 Lingua Franca Nova — Infobox Language name=Lingua Franca Nova caption=Flag creator=C. George Boeree setting=International auxiliary language speakers= > 100 [Between 30 (estimate based on use of lfn in yahoo group and wiki edits) and 200 (members of lfn yahoo group)] …

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  • 138 Disputes in English grammar — English grammar series English grammar Contraction Disputes in English grammar English compound English honorifics English personal pronouns English plural English relative clauses English verbs English irregular verbs Eng …

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  • 139 Language and thought — A variety of different authors, theories and fields purport influences between language and thought.Many point out the seemingly common sense realization that upon introspection we seem to think in the language we speak. A number of writers and… …

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  • 140 Rub-a-dub-dub — is a nursery rhyme. Lyrics The oldest known printed version from the 14th century goes::Hey! Rub a dub dub! Ho! Rub a dub dub! Three maids in a tub,:And who do you think were there?:The butcher, the baker, the candlestick maker,:And all of them… …

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