Contemporary Linguistic Analysis: An Introduction
William Delaney O'Grady, John Archibald
Pearson Longman, 2009 - Linguistic analysis (Linguistics) - 576 pages
An exceptional integrated package! O'Grady and Archibald meets all of your introduction to linguistics course needs.
Contemporary Linguistic Analysis: An Introduction is the best-selling introductory text on linguistics. This classic text, written by leading scholars in the field, is recognized for its up-to-date research content, relevant Canadian material, and comprehensive coverage. The text emphasizes the contemporary practice of linguistic analysis, with chapters on all the discipline's major fields. Now more concise, this new edition is accompanied by a protected website containing new audio pronunciation clips and transcription exercises. A student access code to the site is bound inside each text.
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This is the introductory text I recommend for anyone interested in linguistics but unsure of what linguistics actually is. The book ranges from the broad explanation of the field down to specific ... Read full review