Language: Its Structure and Use
LANGUAGE: ITS STRUCTURE AND USE explains core concepts in an interactive style that you can understand no matter what your major. With features like What Do You Think? and Try It Yourself, you'll understand what you're experiencing on campus and in the classroom from a linguistics perspective. The expanded study sections and the available workbook provide you with the tools you'll need for effective test prep.
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2008 Thomson Learning acquisition adjectives adverbs allophones alveolar American English called chapter characteristic Chicano English child Chinese communication consonant constituent context contrast conversation Copyright 2008 Thomson corpus deixis dialects dictionary direct object discussion distinct English words example expressions Figure French fricative function gender Germanic given information groups guage hyponyms identify Indo-European inflectional interaction Japanese language varieties lexical category lexicon linguistic manner of articulation marked meaning Modern English morpheme morphology nasal noun phrase occur Old English pair passive patterns person phoneme phonological place of articulation plural Polynesian Polynesian languages prepositions pronouns pronunciation refer registers relative clause represent Rights Reserved rules semantic role sentence sequence singular situation slang social sounds Spanish speak speakers speech acts spelling spoken stop structure syllable symbols syntactic syntax Table tense tion Tongan types utterance verb vocabulary voiced voiceless vowels word order writing system