Most people fight over something or other and language is usually at the very center of the conflict. Often the way we use language is the cause of the battle. There are many areas in which fighting about language can be observed but civil law cases offer the most fertile examples of this warfare over words.
This volume is a representative selection of current methods of metrical-rhythmical analysis. Leading experts in the field present the latest state of the art in metrical theory, including Generative Metrics, the Russian quantitative-statistical approach, Optimality Theory, and Cognitive Metrics.
This book is concerned with comparing morphological paradigms between languages in order to establish areal and genealogical relationships. The languages in focus are the Transeurasian languages: Japanese, Korean, Tungusic, Mongolic, and Turkic languages.
Explode The Code A systematic, sequential, and explicit phonics program Grades K&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;ndash;4Explode The Code A systematic, sequential, and explicit phonics program
Grades K–4 By: Nancy M. Hall Break through the code with direct phonics instruction—now accessible in two ways! A phonics bestseller for over 30 years, Explode The Code has helped millions of students nationwide build the essential literacy skills needed for reading success: phonological awareness, decoding, vocabulary, comprehension, fluency, and spelling.
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This book presents a phenomenon-oriented survey of the interaction between phonology and morphology. It examines the ways in which morphology, i.e. word formation, demonstrates sensitivity to phonological information and how phonological patterns can be sensitive to morphology. Chapters focus on morphologically conditioned phonology, process morphology, prosodic templates, reduplication, infixation, phonology-morphology interleaving effects, prosodic-morphological mismatches, ineffability, and other cases of phonology-morphology interaction.
Bulding Vocabulary from Word Roots is a systematic approach to word awareness and vocabulary building for students in grades three through eight. Based on the premise that over 90 percent of English words of two or more syllables are of Greek or Latin origin, Building Vocabulary from Word Roots teaches essential word strategies that enable students to unlock the meaning of vocabulary words they encounter inside and outside of school. Building Vocabulary from Word Roots teaches Greek and Latin prefixes, bases, and suffixes—the semantic units from which the vast majority of English words are derived.