2 edition of German, including Dutch and Scandinavian studies 1979/80 found in the catalog.
German, including Dutch and Scandinavian studies 1979/80
W. F. Tulasiewicz
|Statement||W. F. Tulasiewicz.|
|Series||CRAC series of degree course guides|
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|Number of Pages||45|
Longfellow also actively promoted the study of Scandinavian languages. By the s, German was mandatory for all sophomores. A graduate program in German was organized in the s, with the first PhD granted in The Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures was subsequently established in The impact of Low German on the continental Scandinavian languages (Danish, Swedish and Norwegian) in the days of the Hanse- atic League has been a decisive chapter in Scandinavian .
Many Germans learned English, so if we're taking that into account, it's: English, Dutch, Norwegian/Swedish, Danish, Faroese/Icelandic. If you're talking about people without any prior knowledge, English moves back, probably between Danish and Far. Germanic and Celtic are cultural terms though, and in many years of study i've never found any sign of Celtic cultural influence in English - and therefore presumably Dutch and German - culture. Although they're cultural terms, bloodlines are correlated to those cultures. I was thinking of Y-DNA haplogroups: S for Celtic and U, M17 and.
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