Wpływy angielskie w kolokwialnej odmianie hindi – studium kontaktolingwistyczne

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Tomasz Borowiak

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This article aims at exploring the linguistic outcomes of English impact on colloquial, urban variety of Hindi. The goal is to establish what lexical elements are loaned and how they are adapted to the structure of UCH. It will also be examined whether UCH has recently undergone any structural interference from English, since such interference occurs in addition to extensive lexical borrowing.

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