„Sînt”  versus  „sunt”,  „romîn”  versus  „român”in the Romanian spelling at the end of 19th century Cover Image
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„Sînt” sau „sunt”, „romîn” sau „român” în ortografia românească la sfârşitul secolului al XX-lea
„Sînt” versus „sunt”, „romîn” versus „român”in the Romanian spelling at the end of 19th century

Author(s): VALERICA DRAICA, DUMITRU DRAICA
Subject(s): Language and Literature Studies
Published by: Universitatea »1 Decembrie 1918« Alba Iulia
Keywords: Romanian Latin alphabet; spelling rules; conventionality writing system; cultural unity; the principle of phonetic philological arguments

Summary/Abstract: Romanian Writing was an important issue for all speakers of Romanian, Transylvanian, Moldovan, Wallachian, all were interested in the ages of choosing optimal solutions in the expression of the Romanian language, their efforts being constituted in concerted movement for spelling clear, simple and precise. Controversies around him were and are I and have found expression in numerous discussions, surveys, Romanian language speakers, the vast majority of the light, with abstract scientific reasons and writing Romanian tradition, expressing opinions pro and against these forms in newspapers and magazines. Romanian Academy, philologists, first will develop in the future such rules and consultation indicated the number of language professionals because any spelling system should be reviewed and reworked from time to time.

  • Issue Year: 14/2013
  • Issue No: 1
  • Page Range: 374-380
  • Page Count: 7
  • Language: Romanian