Language files: materials for an introduction to language & linguistics

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Ohio State University Press, 2001 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 508 pages
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This unique collection features:
-- In-depth material on the core areas of introductory linguistics.
-- An innovative format that allows instructors to determine easily the order of topics to be covered.
-- Practice exercises and problems, with explanatory answers provided for a selected number.
-- An instructor's manual that includes information about the use of the files, answers to problems, and suggested answers to selected discussion questions.

The 8th edition has been completely redesigned for ease of use and includes new material on computers and language, new exercises, improved presentation of many files, and updates throughout. This edition reflects years of experience of linguistics teachers around the country.

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