By Robert Godel
The writer is especially attracted to comparative and old study on Armenian as an Indo-European language. This "Introduction" contains components. the 1st one describes the phonological and morphological approach of Classical Armenian with the aim of surroundings off its attribute gains, now not of residing on such information as are available in any solid grammar e-book. the second one half is comparative and historic. along with the easiest ascertained evidence, it comprises disscussions on debatable matters, in addition to a few new insights in histroical morphology.
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