AN ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF LANGUAGE
|Published by: batbouta (Karma: 124.16) on 1 January 2011 | Views: 1051|
It is not a true one, either. The truth is, as ever, muddy. Language is, after all, the medium of human interaction. Like
humans, it is very rich in associations and enterprises and achievement, and fearfully complex in its own being. Neither it, nor
its pursuit by scholars, ever stands still; even in apparently dormant parts lies a restless tic. At its heart are the sounds we use, the patterns we honour (however inadequately), the meanings we exploit; and phonology, grammar and semantics are their respective sciences.
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