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Understanding Language Series English Language Series Grammar and Syntax Lexis Phonetics and Phonology Pragmatics Language Testing Second Language Acquisition Text and Discourse Socio-historical Linguistics Sociolinguistics Applied Linguistics Research and Reference Dictionaries 2 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 13 13 14 15 16

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UNDERSTANDING LANGUAGE SERIES

Understanding Language Series

This series provides approachable, yet authoritative, introductions to major topics in linguistics. Ideal for students with little or no prior knowledge of linguistics, each book carefully explains the basics, emphasising the understanding of the essential notions rather than arguing for a particular theoretical position. All titles in this series: Require no previous knowledge of the subject-matter, providing an ideal starting-point Use examples from a variety of languages to give multiple perspectives Provide end of chapter exercises allowing students to put what they have read into practice Summarise all chapters perfect for quick reference Encourage further study with comprehensive reading lists, glossaries and reference sections

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Understanding Morphology
Second Edition

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Martin Haspelmath, Professor of Linguistics, University of Leipzig, Germany Andrea D. Sims, Assistant Professor of Slavic Linguistics, Ohio State University, USA

This new edition of Understanding Morphology has been fully revised in line with the latest research. Presenting a broad range of morphological phenomena, starting with the core areas of inflection and derivation, the book presents the interfaces between morphology and syntax and between morphology and phonology. Thought Provoking ach chapter begins with a big picture question designed to introduce students to all the essential themes Accessible presents all theories clearly to help students interpret data efficiently Consolidates learning new open-ended research exercises allow students to put theory into practice
CONTENTS: Introduction / Lexical units / Rules / Inflection and derivation / Productivity / The hierarchical structure of words / Inflectional paradigms / Words and phrases / Morphophonology / Morphology and valence / Frequency effects in morphology

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Dan Douglas, Professor of TESL and Applied Linguistics, Iowa State University, USA

Ideal for student teachers taking modules in applied linguistics and TESOL and students of linguistics taking modules in SLA and language teaching, Understanding Language Testing presents an introduction to language tests and the process of test development that starts at the very beginning. While grounded on solid theoretical principles, this book focuses on fostering a true understanding of the various uses of language tests and the process of test development, scoring test performance, analysing and interpreting test results, and above all, using tests as ethically and fairly as possible so that test takers are given every opportunity to do their best, to learn as much as possible, and feel positive about their language learning. Unique the first book of its kind to include a chapter on technology and language testing Approachable Theories are presented in accessible language ensuring no prior knowledge of the subject matter is required Comprehensive Exercises consolidate learning helping students put what they have learnt into practice
CONTENTS: PART 1: Introduction: the rubber ruler / Why test language learning? / What is a language test? / The rubber ruler / Tests, measurement and evaluation / Ethical uses of language tests / Measuring language ability and making decisions / PART 2: Measuring language ability / Making decisions about learners, teachers, programmes, and policies / Contexts of language use / Making valid interpretations of test performance / Conclusion: bias for best / PART 3: Test development / What do I need to test? Needs analysis / How am I going to test language abilities? / How am I going to give the test? Test administration / How can my computer assist me in test development? / Conclusion / PART 4: Alternatives in assessment / Norm-referenced and criterion-referenced tests / Communicative language tests / General and specific purpose language tests / Discrete-point and integrative tests / Formative and summative assessment / Alternative approaches to assessment / Conclusion / PART 5: By the numbers: a statistics mini-course / Introduction / Normal distribution / The average or mean / Standard deviation / Correlation / Probability and statistical significance / The t-test of the difference between two averages / Analysis of variance / Reliability / The reliability of human raters / Conclusion / PART 6: Technology and language testing / Introduction / Issues in technology and language testing / Technology and language task types / The promise and threats of automated scoring / Test feedback and reporting / Online and computer-based resources for statistics / Conclusion / Afterword: the rubber ruler revisited

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Understanding Phonetics
Patricia Ashby, Principal Lecturer in Phonetics, University of Westminster, UK

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Suitable for all first year linguistic students, Understanding Phonetics provides an introduction to the basics and presents a comprehensive survey of phonetic theory. Using original exercises and examples from a wide range of languages, the book addresses areas such as articulatory, acoustic and auditory phonetics. It also includes free audio material online at www.hodderplus.com/linguistics to provide students with ear training and authentic listening material. This resource will also be useful for English students, teachers of TESOL and speech therapists. Online exercises at www.hodderplus.com/linguistics provide the listener with full coverage of the main sounds of the International Phonetic Associations alphabet All chapters have ideas for field work encouraging further study Relevant to the English-speaking world
CONTENTS: Preliminaries starting phonetics / The role of the larynx / Place of articulation / Manner of articulation / Airstreams / Vowel description / The phonetics of vowel sounds / Comparative phonetics of vowel systems / The phonetics consonant systems / Comparative phonetics of consonant systems / Connected speech:segment dynamics / Beyond the segment / The phonetics of the English intonation system / Comparative phonetics of suprasegmentals

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Understanding Phonology, 2E
Carlos Gussenhoven 978 0 340 80735 4 2005 19.99

Understanding Semantics
Sebastian Lbner 978 0 340 73198 7 2002 19.99

Understanding Pragmatics
Jef Verschueren 978 0 340 64623 6 1998 24.99 POD

Understanding Syntax, 2E
Maggie Tallerman 978 0 340 81032 3 2005 19.99

Understanding Second Language Acquisition


Lourdes Ortega

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English Language Series

The English Language Series, which is international in focus, aims to synthesize the wealth of existing linguistic research both on and in English. Each volume in the series is designed to present these findings in an accessible, enlightening and entertaining way not only to students of English linguistics but also to learners and users of English across the globe.

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International English
A Guide to the Varieties of Standard English Fifth Edition
Peter Trudgill, Honorary Professor of Sociolinguistics, University of East Anglia, UK; Adjunct Professor, The Research Centre for Linguistic Typology, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia Jean Hannah, Freelance Editor

International English takes you on a fascinating journey through the varieties of Standard English spoken around the world. Comparisons across the varieties provide a comprehensive guide to differences in phonetics, phonology, grammar and vocabulary, providing a useful resource for teachers of English as a foreign language and linguistics students alike. In this fifth edition the authors have added a new discussion of what Standard English really is, as well as an outline of typologies of varieties of English including ELF English as a lingua franca. This new material will be of particular interest to teachers and advanced learners of English as a foreign or second language as well as students of sociolinguistics, English language and language variation. MP3 files, ideal for use in class, at home or on the move, are free to download at www.hodderplus.com/linguistics and feature audio examples from throughout the text.
CONTENTS: Standard English in the World / English, Australasian, South African and Welsh English / The pronunciation of Northern American English / English and North American English: grammatical, orthographical and lexical differences / Scottish and Irish English / West Indian English and English-based creoles / Lesser-know Englishes / Second language varieties of English

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A Cultural History of the English Language


Gerry Knowles 978 0 340 67680 6 1997 19.99
Highly Commended, The Duke of Edinburgh English Speaking Union Award 1997

World Englishes
Gunnel Melchers, Philip Shaw

Audio recordings of 17 varieties of English from around the world are free to download at www.hodderplus.com/linguistics
978 0 340 71888 9 2003 21.99
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The English Writing System


Vivian Cook 978 0 340 80864 1 2004 24.99 POD

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Introducing English Grammar


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Kersti Borjars, Professor of Linguistics at the University of Manchester, UK Kate Burridge, Professor of Linguistics, Monash University, Australia

Fully revised in line with recent research, the new edition of Introducing English Grammar guides readers through the practical analysis of the syntax of English sentences. It is an ideal textbook for anyone beginning a degree in English Language or Linguistics. The approach taken is in line with current research in grammar, a particular advantage for students who may go on to study syntax in more depth.

Introducing English Grammar will benefit students in several ways:


Accessible A truly introductory book on English grammar requiring no previous linguistic knowledge; includes a new glossary of grammatical terms Authentic Makes use of real language examples and exercises, often entertaining, to make them more memorable Far Reaching Answers fundamental questions such as Why study grammar? and What is standard English?; includes a new chapter on the grammar of World English www.hodderplus.com/linguistics Includes extended further reading, relevant articles and answers to exercises
CONTENTS: Preface / Introduction: the glamour of grammar / Purpose and nature of grammatical description / Standard English and variation / English rules, OK? / Why study English grammar? / The branches of linguistics / Exercises / The structure of sentences / Introduction / The structure of words / How do we know sentences have structure? / Constituency tests / Three additional tests / Nested constituents / Representing structure / Points to remember / Exercises / The words of English / Introduction / The meaning of lexical categories / Structural criteria / Major categories / The minor categories / Phrasal categories and their structure / Points to remember / Exercises / Functions within the clause / Introduction / The predicate / The subject / The object / The predicative complement / The adverbial / Trees / Points to remember / Exercises / Different sentence types / Introduction / Declaratives / Interrogatives / Imperatives / Exclamatives / Echoes / Trees / Points to remember / Exercises / The verb phrase / The constituency of verb strings / Time and tense / Lexical verbs and auxiliary verbs / Auxiliary verbs / Lexical have, be and do / Classes of lexical verbs / Trees / Points to remember / Exercises / The noun phrase / How to spot a noun phrase / Whos the boss? / Determiners / Premodifiers / Pre-determiners / Post-modifiers / Complements / Trees / Points to remember / 209 / Clauses within clauses / Clauses / Finite sub-clauses / Non-finite clauses / Subjectless clauses / Trees / Points to remember / Exercises / Beyond the sentence / Introduction / Information packaging / Discourse strategies / Points to remember / Exercises / Grammar at work / Introduction / Speech versus writing / E-Speak somewhere between speech and writing / Occupational varieties / Points to remember / Exercises / Grammar Worldwide / Introduction / the verb phrase / the noun phrase / the structure of sentences / vernacular universals / Points to remember / Exercises

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GRAMMAR AND SYNTAX


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Applying English Grammar
Caroline Coffin, Ann Hewings, Kieran OHalloran 978 0 340 88514 7 2004 21.99

An Introduction to Functional Grammar, 3E


Michael Halliday, Christian Matthiessen 978 0 340 76167 0 2004 31.99

The Functional Analysis of English, 2E


Thomas Bloor, Meriel Bloor 978 0 340 80680 7 2004 19.99

Syntactic Theory
A Unified Approach, 2E Robert Borsley 978 0 340 70610 7 1999 24.99 POD

Introducing Functional Grammar, 2E


Geoff Thompson 978 0 340 80716 3 2004 21.99

LEXIS
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Language and the Lexicon
An Introduction David Singleton 978 0 340 73174 1 2000 24.99 POD

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PHONETICS AND PHONOLOGY

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Introducing Phonetics and Phonology


Third Edition
Mike Davenport, Lecturer, University of Durham, UK S.J. Hannahs, Senior Lecturer, University of Newcastle, UK

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Ideal for new Linguistics undergraduates, this book examines some of the ways linguists can express what native speakers know about the sound system of their language. Intended for the absolute beginner, it requires no previous background in linguistics, phonetics or phonology. Starting with a grounding in phonetics and phonological theory, Introducing Phonetics and Phonology provides students with a base from which more advanced treatments may be approached. It begins with an examination of the foundations of articulatory and acoustic phonetics, moves on to the basic principles of phonology, and ends with an outline of some further issues within contemporary phonology. Varieties of English, particularly Received Pronunciation and General American, form the focus of consideration, but aspects of the phonetics and phonology of other languages are discussed as well. The book moves from topic to topic in a logical manner, students will find it: Up-to-date Text and references fully revised in line with recent research and developments; includes more discussion of Optimality Theory Easy to understand New glossary of terms supports readers with no previous knowledge, assumes no prior knowledge of the subject matter
CONTENTS: Introduction to articulatory phonetics / Consonants / Vowels / Acoustic phonetics / Above the segment / Features / Phonemic analysis / Phonological alternations, processes and rules / Phonological structure / Derivational analysis / Constraining the mode

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PHONETICS AND PHONOLOGY

Gimsons Pronunciation of English


Seventh Edition
Alan Cruttenden, Emeritus Professor of Phonetics, University of Manchester, UK

There can be no doubt that this book is still the most indispensable account of British English phonetics in existence.
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A vital and established reference book for anyone involved in studying or teaching the pronunciation of English. The seventh edition has been revised throughout, with particular emphasis on the status of English as a world language, including the current debate about the idea of a global pronunciation standard as an alternative to Received Pronunciation and General American. MRI videos demonstrating English sound, available at www.hodderplus.com/linguistics Includes latest hot topics for all students and teachers of English Pronunciation Encourages critical thinking with debates on subjects such as English as a world language and global pronunciation
CONTENTS: Part I: Speech and language / Communication / The production of speech / The sounds of speech / The description and classification of speech sounds / Sounds in language / Part II: The sounds of English / The historical background / Standard and regional accents / The English vowels / The English consonants / Part III: Words and connected speech / Connected speech / Words in connected speech / Teaching the pronunciation of English

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English Accents and Dialects, 4E
Arthur Hughes, Peter Trudgill, Dominic Watt 978 0 340 88718 9 2005 24.99
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Linguistics for Clinicians


Maria Black, Shula Chiat 978 0 340 75896 0 2003 24.99

English Transcription Course


Maria L. G. Lecumberri, J. A. Maidment 978 0 340 75978 3 2000 21.99
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Phonetics
The Science of Speech Martin J. Ball, Joan Rahilly 978 0 340 70010 5 1999 21.99

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PRAGMATICS

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Doing Pragmatics
Peter Grundy, former Senior Lecturer in Linguistics, University of Durham, UK

Doing Pragmatics is designed for pragmatics courses both at an introductory and a more advanced level. It extends beyond theory to promote an applied understanding of empirical data and to provide students with the opportunity to do pragmatics themselves, providing the ideal foundation for all those studying linguistics and ELT. Embracing the accessible, comprehensive and engaging style which characterised the previous editions, the third edition of Doing Pragmatics comes fully revised and expanded. Up-to-date Fully revised to incorporate new theory and examples of current research Practical The unique combination of theory and practice makes this book ideal for classroom use
CONTENTS: Using and understanding language / Deixis: the relation of reference to the point of origin of the utterance / Presupposition accommodating background knowledge / Speech acts: language as action / Implicit meaning / Relevance Theory / Metapragmatic awareness / Pragmatic inference and language evolution / Politeness phenomena / Empirical pragmatics, interactive pragmatics, talk-in-interaction / Intercultural pragmatics / Doing project work in pragmatics

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Practical Language Testing


Glenn Fulcher, Senior Lecturer in Education (TESOL), University of Leicester, UK

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The coverage is very good, a good blend of theory and practice.


Dr Dianne Wall, University of Lancaster, UK

Dr Fulchers book is a good, practical synthesis of "how-to" skills, theoretical knowledge about testing, and principles of test development and use, and makes all these relevant to classroom-based ESL assessment.
F. Scott Walters, Queens College, City University of New York, USA

This practical book equips student teachers with the skills, knowledge and principles necessary to understand and construct language tests. Practical Language Teaching gives guidelines on the design of assessments within the classroom, and provides the necessary tools to analyse and improve assessments, as well as deal with alignment to externally imposed standards. It is the ideal introduction for students of applied linguistics, TESOL and modern foreign language teaching as well as practicing teachers required to design or implement language testing programmes. The testing is situated both within the classroom and within the larger social context, providing students with the knowledge necessary to make realistic and fair decisions about the use and implementation of tests.

Practical Language Testing offers students a balanced treatment of the entire scope of language testing from theories to principles to the development of skills for classroom testing: Comprehensive All stages of test construction are covered from theory, through designing tests, to prototyping and piloting, analysis and dealing with external standards Individual and group activities consolidate learning Examples from a variety of real life settings make the text relevant to all students and practitioners with an interest in language testing
CONTENTS: Testing and assessment in context / Standardised testing / Classroom assessment / Deciding what to test / Designing test specifications / Evaluating, prototyping and piloting / Scoring language tests / Aligning tests to standards / Test administration / Testing and teaching

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SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

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Second Language Learning and Language Teaching


Fourth Edition
Vivian Cook, Professor of Applied Linguistics, University of Newcastle, UK

The fourth edition of this worldwide, best-selling textbook has been revised to reflect recent developments in language teaching and learning, yet retains the well-loved basic structure and approach. Ideal for all student teachers of modern languages, applied linguistics and TESOL, Second Language Learning and Language Teaching is now an even more effective classroom tool. Extra data, summaries and lecture notes are available free on the companion website: www.hodderplus.com/linguistics Each chapter stands alone ensuring the book can be read or taught out of sequence End of chapter questions and reading lists provide opportunities to consolidate study
CONTENTS: Background to second language acquisition research and language teaching / Learning and teaching different types of grammar / Learning and teaching vocabulary / Acquiring and teaching pronunciation / Acquiring and teaching a new writing system / Strategies for communicating and learning / Listening and reading processes / Individual difference in L2 users and L2 learners / Classroom interaction and Conversation Analysis / The L2 user and the native speaker / The goals of language teaching / General models of L2 learning / Second language learning and language teaching styles

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Acquisition of Second Language Syntax
Susan Braidi 978 0 340 64591 8 1998 19.99 POD

Language Learning
A Lifelong Process Joseph Foley, Linda Thompson 978 0 340 76282 0 2003 24.99 POD

Individual Differences in Second Language Learning


Peter Skehan 978 0 7131 6602 6 1989 19.99 POD

Second Language Learning Theories, 2E


Rosamond Mitchell, Florence Myles 978 0 340 80766 8 2004 19.99

Understanding Second Language Acquisition


Lourdes Ortega 978 0 340 90559 3 2008 19.99
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TEXT AND DISCOURSE


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Describing Discourse
A Practical Guide to Discourse Analysis Nicola Woods 978 0 340 80961 7 2006 21.99

The Practice of Critical Discourse Analysis


An Introduction Meriel Bloor, Thomas Bloor 978 0 340 91237 9 2007 21.99

Language in Literature
An Introduction to Stylistics Michael Toolan 978 0 340 66214 4 1998 21.99

SOCIO-HISTORICAL LINGUISTICS
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English in Modern Times
Joan C. Beal 978 0 340 76117 5 2004 24.99 POD

The History of English


A Students Guide Ishtla Singh 978 0 340 80695 1 2005 19.99

Trasks Historical Linguistics, 2E


Robert McColl Millar 978 0 340 92765 6 2007 24.99

SOCIOLINGUISTICS
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Gender and Language
Theory and Practice Lia Litosseliti 978 0 340 80959 4 2006 21.99 POD

The Sociolinguistics Reader


Volume II: Gender and Discourse Jenny Cheshire, Peter Trudgill 978 0 340 69999 7 1997 29.99 POD

Pidgins and Creoles


An Introduction Ishtla Singh 978 0 340 70095 2 2000 19.99 POD

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APPLIED LINGUISTICS

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An Introduction to Applied Linguistics


Second Edition

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EDITOR: Norbert Schmitt, Professor of Applied Linguistics, University of Nottingham, UK

Written by a team of international experts, An Introduction to Applied Linguistics provides a complete, authoritative and up-todate overview of the state of the field, ideal for students and practitioners alike. Divided into 15 chapters for ease-of-use, each chapter offers an extended survey of a central element of applied linguistics and is co-authored by two leading international specialists, ensuring expert coverage and a full and balanced treatment of each topic. For this new edition, each chapter has been fully revised in line with new research and thinking in applied linguistics to give the end-user the most up-to-date treatment of the subject matter. With its accessible style, broad coverage and practical focus, this book is perfect for students of applied linguistics, TESOL, and second language pedagogy as well as practising teachers and researchers wishing to update their knowledge. Students will benefit from the following: Each chapter has been fully revised and updated to reflect new research and ideas Each chapter is written by two leading specialists ensuring up-to-date and balanced coverage End of chapter questions encourage readers to reflect on what they have learned Data sets at the end of each chapter encourage practical analysis Comprehensive further reading sections promote wider reading
CONTENTS: An Overview of Applied Linguistics (Norbert Schmitt and Marianne Celce-Murcia) / Part 1 Description of Language and Language Use / Grammar (Diane Larsen-Freeman and Jeanette DeCarrico) / Vocabulary (Paul Nation and Paul Meara) / Discourse Analysis (Michael McCarthy, Christian Matthiessen and Diana Slade) / Pragmatics (Helen Spencer-Oatey and Vladimir Zegarac) / Corpus Linguistics (Randi Reppen and Rita Simpson-Vlach) / Part 2 Essential Areas of Enquiry in Applied Linguistics / Second Language Acquisition (Nina Spada and Patsy M. Lightbown) / Psycholinguistics (Kees de Bot and Judith F. Kroll) / Sociolinguistics (Carmen Llamas and Peter Stockwell) / Focus on the Language Learner: Styles, Strategies and Motivation (Andrew D. Cohen) / Part 3 Language Skills and Assessment / Listening (Tony Lynch and David Mendelsohn) / Speaking and Pronunication (Anne Burns and Barbara Seidlhofer) / Reading (Patricia L. Carrell and William Grabe) / Writing (Tony Silva and Paul Kei Matsuda) / Assessment (Carol A. Chapelle and Geoff Brindley)

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APPLIED LINGUISTICS
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Applied Linguistics in Language Education
Steven McDonough 978 0 340 70622 0 2002 19.99 POD

RESEARCH AND REFERENCE


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Projects in Linguistics, 2E
Alison Wray, Aileen Bloomer 978 0 340 90578 4 2006 19.99

Research Methods in Social Sciences, 5E


Chava Frankfort-Nachmias, David Nachmias 978 0 340 66226 7 1996 29.99 POD

Research Methods for English Language Teachers


Jo McDonough, Steven McDonough 978 0 340 61472 3 1997 24.99

A Students Dictionary of Language and Linguistics


Larry Trask 978 0 340 65266 4 1997 24.99 POD

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Greens Dictionary of Slang


Jonathon Green, The English-speaking worlds foremost lexicographer of slang; Author of Chambers Slang Dictionary, the Slang Thesaurus and Slang Down the Ages.

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The three volumes of Greens Dictionary of Slang demonstrate a lifetime of research by Jonathon Green, the leading slang lexicographer of our time. A remarkable collection of this often reviled but endlessly fascinating area of the English language, it covers slang from the past five centuries right up to the present day, from all the different English-speaking countries and regions. Every word and phrase is authenticated by genuine and fully referenced citations, giving the work a level of authority and scholarship unmatched by any other publication in this field. Greens Dictionary of Slang is a groundbreaking work. Quite simply, it is the most authoritative and comprehensive record of slang ever to be made available. Meticulously researched and thoroughly authenticated, with all words, phrases and meanings backed by citations from a myriad of original sources Covers 500 years of slang from right across the English speaking world and from all walks of life The largest dictionary of its type ever published: over 85,000 entries, with over 120,000 definitions and 410,000 citations
978 0550 10440 3 October 2010 6,000 pp HB 200.00

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