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D’UNE LANGUE PARLÉE À UNE LANGUE ÉCRITE. LE CAS DES ALLEMANDS DE LA VOLGA À LA FIN DU XVIIIE SIÈCLE - PREMIÈRE MOITIÉ DU XXE SIÈCLE

Abstract : This article aims to study the transition from a spoken language to written on the example of Russian loans in the language of the Volga Germans (second half of the XVIIIth - first half of the XXth cent.) in a situation of contacts between Russian and German languages. There are nearly 800 Russian words borrowed by Germans. In my research I study different documents (books, newspapers, magazines) kepting the traces of these complex linguistic and cultural processes. This article is devoted to the study the history of the passage of Russian words in the German language and culture.
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Ekaterina Alexeeva. D’UNE LANGUE PARLÉE À UNE LANGUE ÉCRITE. LE CAS DES ALLEMANDS DE LA VOLGA À LA FIN DU XVIIIE SIÈCLE - PREMIÈRE MOITIÉ DU XXE SIÈCLE . Dossiers d'HEL, SHESL, 2016, Écriture(s) et représentations du langage et des langues, 9, pp.377-386. ⟨hal-01306926⟩

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