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  1. Há 6 horas · Today, the individual Indo-European languages with the most native speakers are English, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Hindustani, Bengali, Punjabi, French and German each with over 100 million native speakers; many others are small and in danger of extinction. In total, 46% of the world's population (3.2 billion people) speaks an Indo-European ...

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    • Proto-Indo-European
  2. Há 6 horas · This Germanic tribe, known for their valor and resilience, played a crucial role in shaping the events of their era. In this article, we will delve into the intriguing world of the Marcomanni, exploring their origins, culture, and the impact they had on the ancient world.Origins and Migration:The Marcomanni were a Germanic tribe that emerged in the region of modern-day Germany and Czech Republic.

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  5. Há 6 horas · English is a West Germanic language that belongs to the Indo-European language family. It shares many similarities with other languages in this family, particularly those in the Germanic branch. The historical and linguistic reasons for these similarities can be traced back to the common ancestor of these languages, Proto-Indo-European.

  6. Há 6 horas · Кафедра Л-2. Английский язык для приборостроительных специальностей English for Industrial Engineering

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    Há 6 horas · The early discipline of linguistics in the United States consisted in large part of the work of three eminent scholars—Franz Boas, who studied Native American languages; Edward Sapir, the most prolific of Boas's students; and Leonard Bloomfield, who was trained in Germanic philology and taught languages.

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