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Language Contact and the Development of Modern Hebrew

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<i>Language Contact and the Development of Modern Hebrew</i>, edited by Edit Doron, presents twenty four different innovative syntactic constructions of Modern Hebrew, attributing them to syntactic change due to the impact of contact languages on previous stages of Hebrew. The contents of this volume was also published as a special double issue of <i>Journal of Jewish Languages</i>, 3: 1-2 (2015).

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