To register. Why to register? Forgotten password! Article metrics. Doublet solutions in the Serbian language orthography. The possibility that there are two solutions of the determinant of a spelling, that are normatively acceptable in linguistic practice, as a rule, in teaching, it leads to the orthographic norm which is not applied or, unfortunately, a new, third, substandard solution is created, which often becomes a more frequent one.
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He is a regular member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts , and the editor-in-chief of the Matica srpska 's journal Jezik danas. Through his paternal family, which lived in Vukovar for generations, he is of Croatian - Jewish descent. He completed the studies of the Italian language and literature at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Philology. After graduation, he started working at the same faculty, becoming a regular professor of the Italian language and the comparative grammar of Romance languages.
Beside Romance Studies, his interest also lies in the language morphology , linguistic consultancy and the standardization of the modern Serbian language. Since he started writing weekly columns on the problems of modern Serbo-Croatian , first in Borba , and afterward in Politika and NIN. He is the editor-in-chief of the linguistic journal Jezik danas 'Language today' , published by Matica srpska.
He published a number of papers in linguistic journals, as well as 18 books:. In the miscellany Srpski jezik na kraju veka 'Serbian language at the end of century' he wrote a part dealing with lexis. He translated a number of books from Italian and English. He was one of the editors of the Serbian edition of the Cambridge Encyclopedia of Languages Nolit, Belgrade, , and of the translators of the Serbian edition of the Encyclopedic dictionary of modern linguistics Nolit, Belgrade, He is a member and the contributor of Matica srpska.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Ivan Klajn. Belgrade , PR Serbia , Yugoslavia. Retrieved Politika Online in Serbian. Novi Sad: Radio Television of Vojvodina. Archived from the original on 23 May Retrieved 18 June Namespaces Article Talk.
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