PDF | Albanian language and its components have always been in Dodi, A., Fonetika dhe fonologjia e gjuhës shqipe, Tiranë, , f. Mirëpo, nga ana tjetër (rryma e dytë), dashamirësit e gjuhës shqipe, të cilët u . e veta sintetike gjithnjë si një tërësi-fjalë, pavarësisht nga veçoritë fonetike dhe. Gramatika e gjuhës së sotme shqipe, Sintaksa, Prishtinë. Hamiti, Asllan, Fonetika dhe fonologjia e gjuhës standarde shqipe, Shkup, Harlow, S.
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Get this from a library! Fonetika dhe fonologjia e gjuhës shqipe. [Anastas Dodi; Instituti i Gjuhësisë dhe i Letërsisë (Akademia e Shkencave e RSH)]. Fonetika dhe fonologjia e gjuhes shqipe (#AnastasDodi). Fonetika Tingujt e gjuhës shqipe • Gjuha shqipe ka 36 fonema, 7 fonema zanore: a, e, ë, i, o, u, y dhe 29 fonema bashkëtingëllore: b, c, ç, d, dh, f, g, gj, h, j, k, l, ll.
Majlinda Nuhiu 99 adjective and another adverb. Very seldom, the adverb is connected with the noun or the pronoun. The adverb is closely connected with the adjective because semantically it shows a feature or a class, and grammatically it has the category of degree which is a characteristic only of these two parts of speech. So, from these definitions we see that adverbs are words that modify verbs, adjectives, phrases or other adverbs, though each linguist or author in both languages gives different examples and expresses it in different ways 2. Classification of adverbs in English language As in many other languages, in English, too, the parts of speech are large classes to which the words of many different languages are supposed to belong.
I would speculate that early bodybuilders chose the spelling "flyes" to distinguish between the exercise and the insect, and then someone turned "flyes" into singular "flye".
I'd fix it, except I don't know which plural to chose Consider Barre chord , which is named because the index finger forms a stiff "bar" across all of the strings of an stringed instrument, like a guitar. The spelling evolved to "barre" so as not to confuse the term with the musical term Bar , but the two different words come from the same root word bar, meaning a straight line or stiff rod.
If Itinerant is correct that some early bodybuilders simply invented the term, it's odd how little ground it seems to have gained in modern parlance.
The vast majority of sites I checked don't use the term. Someone misspelled it as "flyes", and then someone backformed the singular to "flye" - all in the mistaken belief that they were following the rules of English spelling to the letter - pun.
It's amazing how attached some people can be to their errors and misconceptions not just with language, either , and insist on their correctness, usually because someone they trust told them so and it sounds plausible to them, so it must be so. They then help spread the erroneous word to others.
I've lost count of how many times people have insisted to me that the true etymology of the word "fuck" is an acronym - but the set of 4 words they proffer is always slightly different. If the someone they trust was known for their prowess in body building but not exactly renowned for their expertise with the English language - and to be fair, those two fields of human endeavour don't often coincide in the same person - then there's your answer to why the term is not entirely unknown but not widely used or accepted either.
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