The changes to A Grammar of Modern Indo-European from the previous 5.0 edition have been as follows:
- Revision of minor errors from the verbal system
- Addition of Fernando’s theory regarding the use of *jo vs. *qo, due to inconsistencies with the future grammar
- Revision of accents in certain words; we kept controversial ones like the (more Greek) *sté-stoh2 vs. (more Indo-Iranian) *ste-stóh2-, thus opposing our reconstruction to that of Rix. We hope to offer a complementary work that way.
- Addition of new theories and articles appeared in 2011, 2012
- Correction of Fernando’s Indo-European Translations
- Addition of the updated Proto-Indo-European Lexicon (version 6)
- Exclusion of the Etymology section, to reduce the size of the printed book
- Lots of other minor mistakes or corrections and improvements
- We have changed all the margins for a 7” x 10” size
We have also published a new Prometheus Version of the grammar, with extra content related to the Prometheus ‘Engineer’ language, a recreated Late Indo-European dialect.