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The Law of Hobson-Jobson.

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The term “Law of Hobson-Jobson” is sometimes {?} used in linguistics to refer to the process of phonological change by which __________ is/are adapted to the __________ of, say, the new _____________, as in, say, the archetypal example of _____________ itself. For example.

______________ gives as examples of “Hobson-Jobson”: the Asturian “_______” becoming the English “Hobson-Jobson”, for example, and, for example, the Runic “αš‘α›‘α›˜” becoming, say, “Hobson-Jobson”. For example.

Written by ml22

November 20, 2019 at 3:08 pm

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