16 Oct 2009
Language & Culture
Writing System & Phonology
Morphology & Syntax
Texts & Dictionary
Current Version: 4.15 (16 Oct 2009)
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A Grammar of Modern Indo-European, Second Edition, is a complete reference guide to a modern,
revived Indo-European language. It contains a comprehensive description of Proto-Indo-European
grammar and offers an analysis of the complexities
of the prehistoric language and its reconstruction. Written in a fresh and accessible style, this book focuses
on the real patterns of use in a modern Europe's Indo-European language. The book is well organized and is filled
with full, clear explanations of areas of confusion and difficulty. It also includes an extensive bilingual
dictionary, etymological notes, and numbered paragraphs designed to provide readers easy access to the
information they require. An essential reference source for the learner and user of Indo-European,
this book will be the standard work for years to come.
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- ISBN/EAN13: 1448682061 / 9781448682065
- Version printed: 4.15 (16 Oct 2009)
- Page Count: 828
- Binding Type: US Trade Paper
- Trim Size: 7" x 10"
- Language: English
- Color: Black and White
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PDF) (Slow download!) Bookmarked, Coloured PDF (English) v. 4.15 (15.3 MB).
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- Grammar for Print (MegaUpload), v. 4.15 (15.4 MB).
- Read or download the book in two parts: the Main chapters of the grammar (part 1) and the Appendices (part 2):
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Part 1 of 2,
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PDF)v. 4.15 (5.8 MB).
- You can view or download smaller parts of the book (v. 4.15):
- Preface, Introduction: Proto-Indo-European language (1.2 MB)
- Introduction: Northern Indo-European Dialects (1.5 MB)
- Introduction: Southern IE Dialects, Anatolian, MIE (1.9 MB)
- Letters & Sounds, Words and their Forms (0.93 MB)
- Nouns, Adjectives and Pronouns (1.2 MB)
- Verbs and Particles (1.3 MB)
- Proto-Indo-European Syntax (1.1 MB)
- Texts, English/Indo-European dictionary (1.2 MB)
- Indo-European/English dictionary (1.8 MB)
- Proto-Indo-European Phonology (0.87 MB)
- Proto-Indo-European Etymology (5.8 MB - Slow!)
- You can read the following parts of the grammar in HTML (v. 4.1):
- Preface, Introduction: Proto-Indo-European language (1.6 MB)
- Introduction: Proto-Indo-European language (1.7 MB)
- Introduction: Northern Indo-European Dialects (1) (1.5 MB)
- Introduction: Northern Indo-European Dialects (2) (1.5 MB)
- Introduction: Southern IE Dialects (1) (2.5 MB)
- Introduction: Southern IE Dialects (2) (2.3 MB)
- Anatolian, Modern Indo-European (0.91 MB)
- Letters & Sounds, Words and their Forms (1.3 MB)
- Nouns, Adjectives and Pronouns (2.1 MB)
- Verbs and Particles (2.1 MB)
- Proto-Indo-European Syntax (1.4 MB)
- Texts, English/Indo-European dictionary (1.3 MB)
- Proto-Indo-European Phonology (1.2 MB)
- Proto-Indo-European Etymology (2.4 MB)
- Proto-Indo-European Lexicon, from the database (7.0 MB - Slow!)
You can download the following files to work with (Word 2007 DOCX is the original one):
5. Collaborative Translation
of the English Version
Open Document ODT
or ZIP (11.31 MB), v. 4.15
Word 2007 DOCX
or ZIP (24.31 MB), v. 4.15
Word 93-97-XP-2003 DOC
or ZIP (48.38 MB), v. 4.15
We would like our main work to be translated into all European languages, so that everyone is able to
read it and learn MIE in their mother tongue.
A compensation of 100€ is offered to the main translator - or team of
translators - that translates the first 339 pages of the grammar into German (Hochdeutsch, Germany),
French (français standard, France), Spanish (español tradicional, España), or Italian (Standard Italian).
To offer the compensation, we have to assign the job to a translator or team of translators.
If you are interested in it, you must contact us first.
This is the profile we are looking for:
6. Latest Revisions of the Indo-European Grammar
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- We prefer translators who have the object language (or both, English and the object language) as mother tongue.
- We prefer professional translators, philologists, linguists, language professors or teachers over people
without such careers, although every application of those who prove proficiency in English will be reviewed.
- If the credentials are deemed insufficient, we might ask for a translation proof of some random pages
of the book, before taking a decision on the job assignment.
- Only one compensation will be given to each translation job, and we will assign the translation job
on a first-come, first-choice basis.
----- Revisions made before Version 4.0 (Second Edition) ------