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Dans une langue naturelle, il n'y a que des dialectes; une langue laissée à elle-même est vouée au fractionnement indéfini. Mais beaucoup de besoins conduisent alors à choisir un certain dialecte existant dans cette pluralité, qui sera le véhicule de tout ce qui intéresse la nation dans son ensemble, - dialecte que désigne telle ou telle circonstance. Ce sera le dialecte de la province la plus avancée en civilisation, celle qui a le pouvoir, celle qui est le siège d'une autorité, d ' u n gouvernement, ou d'une cour princière.

Greek and Latin would seem to be closer to each other than either is to Sanskrit, for instance. And so on, going down as far as what are called dialects. But, having uttered this word, I must immediately add that one must not attach any hard and fast notion to the term 'dialect' as distinct from 'language'. There is no exact point at which the term 'dialect' takes over from 'language'. We shall see how what is at first a dialect acquires sufficient difference to be called a 'language'. The progression never admits the establishment of fixed divisions requiring the term 'dialect' rather than 'idiom*.

Greek and Latin would seem to be closer to each other than either is to Sanskrit, for instance. And so on, going down as far as what are called dialects. But, having uttered this word, I must immediately add that one must not attach any hard and fast notion to the term 'dialect' as distinct from 'language'. There is no exact point at which the term 'dialect' takes over from 'language'. We shall see how what is at first a dialect acquires sufficient difference to be called a 'language'. The progression never admits the establishment of fixed divisions requiring the term 'dialect' rather than 'idiom*.

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