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- Understanding Belarus: Questions of Language
- while for some others it is Narkomovka, that is, Belarusian of literary norm as it emerged from the 1933 reform.
- Prefazione - Commissione per le Adozioni Internazionali
- sovietico creò una versione russificata della lingua, detta narkomovka.
- Sviatlana Alexievich: I wanted the award to bring pride to people; we are a
- And the language I know is narkomovka (note - accepted literary language, with a certain rules of Grammar, type of vocabulary, used by official mass media and in official documents, for common communication). In my time, we studied only this language.
- Narkamauka - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Narkamawka or Narkamauka (Belarusian: наркамаўка, narkamaŭka) is a colloquial name for the reformed and currently normative Belarusian grammar.
- ABM -- Belarusian Language Study Books - non-English materials
- Jun 14, 2002 (All editions in Soviet, Russified Belarusian, Narkomovka, and especially so, the newer the printing.
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