There have been countless poems written about love over the history of time. And why do we continue to read them? To have heart-melting emotions towards them? Because love is both the best and the worst, most hazardous emotion we will undoubtably feel all throughout our lives.It is both the reason that we swoon, the reason we give cheers, and at the very same time, it's the reason that we drink at all. Wine is romantic because it is one of the purest definitions of love we will ever have. It eases our troubles, yet too much can send us over.
Despite apparent interest in defining francais regional since as early at the nineteenth century, we have been left wondering about the precise origins and changing nature of contemporary regional varieties of French, particularly in the south of France. Through an examination of linguistic transfer, in a situation of bilingualism, and of levelling and diffusion during dialect contact, this study examines the hypothesis that regional French pronunciations have resulted from contact with France's minority languages, and challenges the received view that young Southerners are abandonning their regional lilt in favour of a more cosmopolitan Parisian accent. The differential mechanisms of linguistic change active during the genesis and evolution of both northern and southern regional French, as well as broader questions concerning the interface between language and dialect contact, are also discussed.
Windy Ridge Wines Articles
Windy Ridge Wines Books