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Autor: Crystal, David
Vydavateľ: Penguin Books
Rok: 1971
Obal: soft
Počet strán: 267
Stav: 4/5
Cena: € 4.40
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It is imposible to conceive of a rational being, or of a society, without implying the existence of a language. Language and thinking are so closely related that any study of the former is bound to be a contribution to our understanding of the human mind. In this book, the author shows what the benefits, as well as the problems, are in studying language in a scientific way. He places modern linguistics in historical perspective and traces in the present century seven ages in its development, each with its dominant, and abiding, theme. His central chapter discusses, one by one, phonetics, phonology, morphology etc. David Crystal works from his home in Holyhead, North Wales, as a writer, editor, lecturer, and broadcaster. He published the first of his 100 or so books in 1964, and became known chiefly for his research work in English language studies. He held a chair at the University of Reading for 10 years, and is now Honorary Professor of Linguistics at the University of Wales, Bangor.

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