Giân-gí-tó

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Giân-gí-tó (言語島), ia̍h gí-giân-tó (語言島), sī bó͘ chi̍t chióng giân-gí tī tē-lí hun-pò͘ siōng oân-choân khì hō͘ kî-thaⁿ giân-gí pau-ûi ê hiān-siōng.[1]

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  1. Peter Auer, Frans Hinskens, Paul Kerswill. Dialect change: convergence and divergence in European languages. str. 221. "The term 'Sprachinsel' was used for the first time in 1847 to designate a Slavonic community surrounded by a German-speaking population close to Konigsberg, East Prussia cf. Mattheier 1996. 812"

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