These are the latest changes made to our reference book A Grammar of Modern Indo-European in Version 3.35:
- In page 42, Schleicher’s Fable in Proto-Indo-European, in IE II, IE III (equivalent to the Modern Indo-European version) and other proto-languages: all versions have been corrected, but specially the Proto-Italic one, following some critics about the phonetic shift from IE -o- to Italic -ö- or -u-. You can read the whole Schleicher’s Fable in Indo-European and its dialects.
- In pages 142-145, the Indo-European numerals section has been slightly improved.
- In page 318-320, Modern Indo-European terms for day (Eur. dínom, as Sanskrit and Latin, and not
deinom) and daylight (Eur. dhochos, as Germanic and Baltic, and not d-aghos, as in Indo-Iranian) have been corrected or improved.