The Classical Languages and Their Actual Contribution - The Case of German and Greek

Authors

  • Elvis Bramo University of Tirana, Faculty of Foreign Languages, Albania Greek Department

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26417/ejls.v6i1.p111-114

Keywords:

Greek, German, word, term, field, linguistics, period, contact, interference

Abstract

In our research on lexical and linguistic interference from one language to another, the case of the Greek language contact with German has drawn our attention. Greek, as one of the most widespread classic languages in the world, came through the Latin channel to convey her words, mostly science (eg mechanics) and the arts (eg aesthetics) in German-speaking countries.

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Published

2016-12-01