August 2014
Politeja;2014, Vol. 30, p89
Academic Journal
Through the processes of migration and colonization, historical determinism in Macedonia had a significant impact on the role and development of the Macedonian folk language. As the status of the Macedonian language was changing, the phenomenon of linguistic dualism appeared within it, which developed in specific and various ways in Aegean, Vardar and Pirin Macedonia.


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