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Some Disputed Points in the Pronunciation of German

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  22 February 2021

O. B. Super*
Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA


Language is changeable and language is unchangeable. It is unchangeable in the sense that the laws governing its development can not be arbitrarily changed by human action; it is changeable in the sense that the rules governing the use of language are never precisely the same for any two successive periods.

Research Article
Copyright © Modern Language Association of America, 1887

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1 See O. Rocca, “Die richtige Auzzprache des Newhackdcutechen.” p. 60.

2 See Sweet's “Elementarbuch des gesprochenen Englische,” p. 20.