Language Contacts in Boarder Karnataka

Authors : Prakash Nayak T

Volume/Issue : Volume 2 - 2017, Issue 10 - October

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Language contact is the social and linguistics phenomenon. By which speakers of different languages interact with each other. This a transfer of linguistics features from generation to generation. And it would be happened in a language and that leads to change a language in a boarder. And prolonged contacts may lead to bilingualism and multilingualism. Language may happen within a family of language or a language too. Kannada language in boarders have been changing by the near language where a Kannadiga living people nearby other languages called Malayalam, Tamil, Maharashtra, Andrapradesh and Goa so obviously the language of Kannada got influenced by other language. And obviously language has a dynamic character called change. If it doesn’t change according to the necessity of the people, then it wouldn’t be a living language rather it’s a dead language (Shankarabhat, D.N, 2011).

Keywords : Contact, Synchronic, Social, Changes, Historical, Borrowing, Phonology and Lexical.


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