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What is Internal Reconstruction?

Asked by kalpesh, 02 Mar '09 11:16 am
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Reduction in capital (Section 100) as per the Companies Act.
Answered by Archna Gupta, 02 Mar '09 11:20 am

 
  
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Internal reconstruction is a method of recovering information about a language's past from the characteristics of the language at a later date. Whereas the comparative method compares variations between languages such as in sets of cognates under the assumption that they descend from a single proto-language, internal reconstruction compares variant forms within a single language under the assumption that they descend from a single, regular form.
The basic premise of internal reconstruction is that a meaning-bearing element that alternates between two or more similar forms in different environments was probably a single form in the past, into which alternation was introduced by the usual mechanisms of sound change and analogy.
Answered by sudesh, 02 Mar '09 11:18 am

 
  
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To make over internally
to change in itdelf in such a way that you become an another person
Answered by Manmohan Singh, 02 Mar '09 11:17 am

 
  
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