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(A Practical Gramm…): Abbreviations: N = nominative case, A = accusative case, G = genitive case, D = dative case, P = pre…
(A Practical Gramm…): Instrumental Case
We have one more case to discuss, with the exception of the uncommon vocative ca…
(A Rock Against Al…): As you can see from the passage below by change.org the term Wendish that after the “Wende” (the end…
(A Rock Against Al…): Dr. David Zersen asks me, “I note that in Gerald Stone’s new book, ‘Slav Outposts in Central Europea…
(A Practical Gramm…): Sound Changes in the Prepositional Case.
You will recall that the normal ending for the prepositio…
(Welcome To My Blo…): I was flattered to be invited by the University of Leipzig to give a lecture on the Texas Wends and …
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Dr. Charles Wukasch (Wendish: Korla Wuka š ) holds B.A. (Russian), M.A. (Slavic linguistics), and Ph.D. (Slavic linguistics) degrees from the University of Texas at Austi
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