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One of the methods of the scientific study of languages is the comparison of the facts of the studied language with the corresponding facts of the native language. Such a comparison helps to identify not only what is common and similar, but also what is different and special in each of the languages being compared. This is precisely the difference between the comparative-historical study of related languages, which mainly refers to the study of related and unrelated languages, which aim to identify not only the general, but also the special, specific in the studied languages.
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