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Thus the Spanish cognate of French dent is diente, the Italian cognate of French dix is dieci, etc. While we based an example of reconstruction on a sole correspondence set, in actual practice many correspondence sets must be examined for reconstructions to have much weight. Sound correspondences across one set of cognates must recur in other sets to be of any scientific worth. This principle is known as the regularity of sound correspondences; without it, comparative linguistics would be impossible.

For all the happiness and support that Kelly and Christopher have brought me at every stage of this work, and for so much else besides, I am more grateful than words can express. As often as I could, I took the advice of all these good people I have mentioned, and am alone responsible for whatever errors and infelicities remain. Additional Acknowledgments for the Second Edition Most of the improvements in this edition I owe to the careful and critical reading by those whose reviews came 38 to my attention: Gary Holland, Brian Joseph, Jared Klein, Manfred Mayrhofer, Lisi Oliver, Donald Reindl, Zsolt Simon, Eva Tichy, and Michael Weiss.

This technical term has nothing to do with biology; it makes no claims about the race or ancestry of the speakers of the languages in question, who may belong to many ethnicities. 4. So far we have shown how genetic relationship can be demonstrated, and in one sense our task – of explaining the similarities between Spanish, Italian, French and Portuguese – is done. But historical and comparative linguists typically do not stop there; they are also interested in figuring out what a putative ancestral language was like – in other words, to reconstruct it.

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