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1.2.3 THE VARIOUS LINGUISTIC DISCIPLINES: SURVEY
2.1 Semantic universals
2.2 Phonological universals
2.3 Syntactic universals
2.4 Absolute universals ± universal tendencies; implicational ± nonimplicational
5.1.1 MILESTONES
5.1.2 STAGES
5.2 Language development and maturation
5.3 Second language acquisition
5.4.1 APHASIA
5.4.2 ANOMIA
5.4.3 DYSLEXIA
5.4.4 DYSGRAPHIA
5.5 Errors
7.1.2.1 Plosives and continuants
7.1.2.2. Aspiration
7.1.3 PLACE OF ARTICULATION
7.2 Articulatory phonetics ² vowels
7.3 English sounds ² an overview
8.1 Phonemes and allophones
8.2 Distinctive features
8.3 Redundant features
8.4.1 ASSIMILATION RULES
8.4.2 FEATURE ADDITION RULES
8.4.3 SEGMENT-DELETION AND ADDITION RULES
8.4.4 MOVEMENT (METATHESIS) RULES
9.1.1 GRAMMATICAL CLASSIFICATION
9.1.2 MORPHOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION
9.1.3 MORPH, MORPHEME, AND ALLOMORPH
9.2.1 INFLECTION
9.2.2.1 Derivation
9.2.2.2 Compounding
9.2.2.3 Other processes of word-formation
9.3 Word classes and sentence functions
10.1.1 ARISTOTELIAN DEFINITION
10.1.2 LOGICAL DEFINITION
10.1.3 STRUCTURALIST DEFINITION (BLOOMFIELD)
10.2 GRAMMATICALITY AND ACCEPTABILITY
10.3 Sentence types
10.4.1.1 Reduction by omission
10.4.1.2 Reduction by substitution
10.5.1 NOUN PHRASE AND VERB PHRASE
10.5.2.1 Labeled bracketing
10.5.2.2 Block diagram
10.5.2.3 Tree diagrams
10.5.4 RECURSIVITY RULES
10.5.5 PROBLEMS WITH IC-ANALYSIS
10.6.1 THE COMPONENTS OF TGG
10.6.2 SUMMARY OF TGG
10.6.3 TRANSFORMATIONAL RULES
11.1. 2 CONCEPT AND SOUND IMAGE
11.1.3 MEANING AS OPPOSITION
11.2.1.1 The representamen
11.2.1.2 The object
11.2.1.3 The interpretant
11.2.1.4 Unlimited semiosis
11.2.2 FIRSTNESS, SECONDNESS, THIRDNESS
12.1 The meaning of "meaning"
12.2 Word meaning and sentence meaning
12.3.1 SEMANTIC FEATURES
12.3.2 DENOTATION VERSUS CONNOTATION
12.3.3 LEXICAL FIELDS
12.4.1 HYPONYMY
12.4.2 SYNONYMY
12.4.3 ANTONYMY
12.4.4.1 Homonymy
12.4.4.2 Polysemy
12.5 Metaphor
12.6 Deixis
13.1.1 CATEGORIES OF INFORMATION STRUCTURE
13.1.2 PRAGMATIC CATEGORIES AND SYNTAX
13.2.1 TYPES OF SPEECH ACTS
13.2.2 LOCUTION, ILLOCUTION, PERLOCUTION
13.2.3 THE COOPERATIVE PRINCIPLE
13.2.4 INDIRECT SPEECH ACTS
14.1 What is text linguistics?
14.2.1.1 Recurrence
14.2.1.2 Junction
14.2.2 COHERENCE
14.2.5 SITUATIONALITY
14.2.6 INTERTEXTUALITY
15.1.1.1 Dialect vs. Accent
15.1.1.2 Varieties of English
15.1.2.1 Elaborated vs. restricted code
15.1.2.2 Objections
15.1.2.3 Code switching
15.1.3 ETHNIC VARIATION IN LANGUAGE
15.1.4 LINGUA FRANCA, PIDGINS AND CREOLES
15.1.5 VARIATION IN LANGUAGE AND SEX
15.2.1 STYLE
15.2.2 REGISTER
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The Basics of Applied Linguistics

The Basics of Applied Linguistics

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It is not a complete course but is aimed at the Spanish speaking person “who knows some English and who wants to take a few steps forward”. It presents the principal “claves” or essential points dealing with the most common errors.http://www.GoodAccent.com/accentbooks...
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