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Journal
2016 | Gajda i stylistyka | 133-144
Article title

O TYM, CO SIĘ STAŁO Z JĘZYKIEM LITERACKIM – RAZ JESZCZE

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What has happened to the literary language – once more
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Abstracts
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The term literary language has many meanings nowadays. Beginning from the 70’s and the 80’s it’s been substituted with terms such as general language, general Polish language, nationwide language in consequence of transitions that underwent during the II World War and in the period directly it ensuing. The literary language term was fixed in linguistic studies codified language. In this meaning, in a diachronic approach, it has functional substantiation.
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