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Analysing Sentences: An Introduction to English Syntax
Analysing Sentences: An Introduction to English SyntaxThis highly successful text has long been considered a standard introduction to the practical analysis of English sentence structure. As in previous editions, key concepts such as constituency, category and function are carefully explained as they are introduced. Tree diagrams are used throughout to help the reader visualise the hierarchical structure of sentences. The final chapter sets the analysis in the context of generative grammar.
Лекции по истории английского языка

Лекции по истории английского языкаЛекции по истории английского языка

В курсе лекций А. И. Смирницкого (1903-1954) разрабатывается единая концепция развития английского язык в период с XI в. и до современного состояния. Важнейшие изменения в фонетике, грамматическом строе и лексике рассмотрены автором их системной взаимосвязи и в единстве с социолингвистическими процессами. Многие идеи данного курса, читавшегося А. И. Смирницким на протяжении многих лет в Московском Университете и в Институте иностранных языков, оказали влияние на диахронические исследования последних десятилетий.
Пособие предназначено для студентов филологических факультетов университетов и аспирантов.
The Linguist Magazine 53.2 (2014)
The Linguist Magazine 53.2 (2014)The Linguist offers its readers a wide range of articles that are of interest to anyone and everyone working with languages. It features job ads for linguists, as well as an IT column on websites that are of interest or relevant to professional linguists. It also includes popular regular sections such as lists of IoL events, book reviews, a section on opinion and comment as well as news items. No matter what your field is, The Linguist is informative, incisive, relevant and thus a must for every linguist.
Linguistics For Dummies
Linguistics For DummiesThe fascinating, fun, and friendly way to understand the science behind human language
Linguistics is the scientific study of human language. Linguistics students study how languages are constructed, how they function, how they affect society, and how humans learn language. From understanding other languages to teaching computers to communicate, linguistics plays a vital role in society. Linguistics For Dummies tracks to a typical college-level introductory linguistics course and arms you with the confidence, knowledge, and know-how to score your highest.Understand the science behind human languageGrasp how language is constructed Score your highest in college-level linguistics
Rich Languages From Poor Inputs
Rich Languages From Poor InputsThis book addresses one of the most famous and controversial arguments in the study of language and mind, the Poverty of the Stimulus. Presented by Chomsky in 1968, the argument holds that children do not receive enough evidence to infer the existence of core aspects of language, such as the dependence of linguistic rules on hierarchical phrase structure. The argument strikes against empiricist accounts of language acquisition and supports the conclusion that knowledge of some aspects of grammar must be innate.
Key Terms in Translation Studies
Key Terms in Translation StudiesKey Terms in Translation Studies gives a comprehensive overview of the concepts which students of translation studies are likely to encounter during their study, whether at undergraduate or postgraduate level. The book includes definitions of key terms within the discipline, as well as outlines of the work of key thinkers in the field, including Eugene A. Nida, Gideon Toury, Hans J. Vermeer, and Lawrence Venuti. The list of key readings is intended to direct students towards classic articles, as well providing a springboard to further study.
Key Terms in Pragmatics
Key Terms in PragmaticsPragmatics is a core discipline within linguistics, but is without an introduction organised by key terms — until now. Key Terms In Pragmatics succeeds in tackling this problem by giving students clear, explanatory definitions of over 300 key terms in the field.  There are short intellectual biographies of key thinkers, and a list of key works for further reading.
This book is essential reading for students on introductory and intermediate courses on linguistics and language and communication, especially those studying pragmatics and logic and meaning.