Routledge, 2003 - Foreign Language Study - 600 pages
Alphabetically-arranged encyclopedia contains 80 main articles covering 150 sub-areas of the discipline, discussing their development, methodology, terminology, theoretical issues and controversies from syntax to speech therapy.
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allophones analysis aphasia ARTICULATORY PHONETICS aspects auditory behaviour bilingual called categorial grammar child Chomsky Chomsky’s clause communication complex component concept consonants context corpus creoles defined derived developed dialect dictionary discourse distinction dyslexia elements English example expressions formal function functional unification grammar FURTHER READING glossematics grammar Halliday HISTORICAL LINGUISTICS human ibid illocutionary act inflectional instance interpretation intonation involved K.M. SUGGESTIONS Latin logic meaning metaphor modal MODAL LOGIC morphemes morphology nasal natural language notion object occur operation particular patterns phonemes phonological pidgin possible post-Bloomfieldians predicate principle proposition reference relations relationship relevant representation rules s/he semantic semiotics sentence sequence sound speakers specific speech structure SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER syllable syntactic syntax tagmeme tense TEXT LINGUISTICS theory theta role tone tone languages traditional transformational TRANSFORMATIONAL-GENERATIVE GRAMMAR types University utterance verb vowels words