The Handbook of English Linguistics
Bas Aarts, April McMahon
John Wiley & Sons, Apr 15, 2008 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 824 pages
The Handbook of English Linguistics is a collection of articles written by leading specialists on all core areas of English linguistics that provides a state-of-the-art account of research in the field.
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Aarts accent adjectives adverbial American English Amsterdam analysis approach aspect auxiliary Biber British English Cambridge University Press Chomsky complement compounds constituent constraints construction context conversation coordination corpora corpus linguistics corpus-based derived dialects dictionary discourse discussion elements English grammar English language epistemic example expressions formal frequency function gender gerund Huddleston inﬂection inﬂuence interpretation intonation Journal learners Leech lexemes lexical lexicography lexicon London Longman marker meaning modal morpheme morphological non—standard noun phrase Oxford patterns phonetic phonological phonotactic pitch accent polysemy position pragmatic predicate preposed present productivity pronoun proposition prosodic Pullum question Quirk reference reﬂect relations relative clauses Rodney Huddleston semantic sense sentences sociolinguistic speakers speech spoken stem-level stress structure stylistics subordinate suffix syllable syntactic syntax tense texts theoretical theory tion traditional types usage utterance variable variation varieties verb vowel vowel shift words