Despite frequent claims of its proponents, contemporary mainstream linguistics still remains predominantly Anglocentric. Considering the relevance of its findings for other languages, in respect of both theory of grammar and its possible practical applications, this should certainly be changed. Moreover, irrespective of their theoretical persuasion, till recently most linguists tended to concentrate...
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