The Cambridge encyclopedia of the English language / (Record no. 689)

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EWU control number 689
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LC control number 94023918
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International Standard Book Number 0521401798 (hc)
International Standard Book Number 0521596556
International Standard Book Number 9780521401791
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Language of cataloging eng
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Language code of text/sound track or separate title eng
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Classification number PE1072
Item number .C68 1995
082 04 - DEWEY DECIMAL CLASSIFICATION NUMBER
Classification number 420.3
Author mark and Year CRC 1999
100 1# - MAIN ENTRY--PERSONAL NAME
Personal name Crystal, David,
Dates associated with a name 1941-
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245 14 - TITLE STATEMENT
Title The Cambridge encyclopedia of the English language /
Statement of responsibility, etc David Crystal.
260 ## - PUBLICATION, DISTRIBUTION, ETC. (IMPRINT)
Place of publication, distribution, etc Cambridge [England] ;
-- New York :
Name of publisher, distributor, etc Cambridge University Press,
Date of publication, distribution, etc 1995.
300 ## - PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION
Extent vii, 489 p. :
Other physical details ill., maps (chiefly col.) ;
Dimensions 30 cm.
504 ## - BIBLIOGRAPHY, ETC. NOTE
Bibliography, etc Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
505 ## - FORMATTED CONTENTS NOTE
Title Table of contents
Contents note 1. Modelling English --<br/>pt. I. The history of English --<br/>2. The origins of English --<br/>3. Old English --<br/>Early borrowings --<br/>Runes --<br/>The Old English corpus --<br/>Literary texts --<br/>The Anglo-Saxon chronicle --<br/>Spelling --<br/>Sounds --<br/>Grammar --<br/>Vocabulary --<br/>Late borrowings --<br/>Dialects --<br/>4. Middle English --<br/>French and English --<br/>The transition from Old English --<br/>The Middle English corpus --<br/>Literary texts --<br/>Chaucer --<br/>Spelling --<br/>Sounds --<br/>Grammar --<br/>Vocabulary --<br/>Latin borrowings --<br/>Dialects --<br/>Middle Scots --<br/>The origins of standard English --<br/>5. Early modern English --<br/>Caxton --<br/>Transitional texts --<br/>Renaissance English --<br/>The inkhorn controversy --<br/>Shakespeare --<br/>The King James bible --<br/>Spelling and regularization --<br/>Punctuation --<br/>Sounds --<br/>Grammar --<br/>Vocabulary --<br/>The academy debate --<br/>Johnson --<br/>6. Modern English --<br/>Transition --<br/>Grammatical trends --<br/>Prescriptivism --<br/>American English --<br/>Breaking the rules --<br/>Variety awareness --<br/>Scientific language --<br/>Literary voices --<br/>Dickens --<br/>Recent trends --<br/>7. World English --<br/>The new world --<br/>American dialects --<br/>Canada --<br/>Black English vernacular --<br/>Australia --<br/>New Zealand --<br/>South Africa --<br/>South Asia --<br/>West Africa --<br/>East Africa --<br/>South-Est Asia and the South Pacific --<br/>A world language --<br/>Numbers of speakers --<br/>Standard English --<br/>The future of English --<br/>English threatened and as threat --<br/>pt. II. English vocabulary --<br/>8. The nature of the lexicon --<br/>Lexemes --<br/>The size of the English lexicon --<br/>Abbreviations --<br/>Proper names --<br/>The size of a person's lexicon --<br/>9. The sources of the lexicon --<br/>Native vocabulary --<br/>Foreign borrowings --<br/>Word-formation --<br/>Unusual structures --<br/>Lexical creation --<br/>Literary neologism --<br/>10. Etymology --<br/>Lexical history --<br/>Semantic change --<br/>Folk etymology --<br/>Place names --<br/>Surnames --<br/>First names --<br/>Nicknames --<br/>Object names --<br/>Eponyms --<br/>11. The structure of the lexicon --<br/>Semantic structure --<br/>Semantic fields --<br/>Dictionary and thesaurus --<br/>Collocations --<br/>Lexical predictability --<br/>Idioms --<br/>Synonyms --<br/>Antonyms --<br/>Hyponyms --<br/>Incompatibility --<br/>Other sense relations --<br/>12. Lexical dimensions --<br/>Loaded vocabulary --<br/>Taboo --<br/>Swearing --<br/>Jargon --<br/>Doublespeak --<br/>Political correctness --<br/>Catch phrases --<br/>Vogue words --<br/>Slogans --<br/>Graffiti --<br/>Slang --<br/>Quotations --<br/>Proverbs --<br/>Archaisms --<br/>Clichés --<br/>Last words. pt. III. English grammar --<br/>13. Grammatical mythology --<br/>The nature of grammar --<br/>Knowing vs knowing about --<br/>Traditional grammar --<br/>Prescriptive grammar --<br/>The 20th-century legacy --<br/>The main branches of grammar --<br/>14. The structure of words --<br/>Morphology --<br/>Suffixation --<br/>Adjectives --<br/>Nouns --<br/>The apostrophe --<br/>Pronouns --<br/>Verbs --<br/>15. Word classes --<br/>Parts of speech --<br/>Traditional definitions --<br/>New classes --<br/>Nouns --<br/>Pronouns --<br/>Adjectives --<br/>Adverbs --<br/>Verbs --<br/>Prepositions --<br/>Conjunctions --<br/>Interjections --<br/>16. The structure of sentences --<br/>Spoken and written syntax --<br/>Types of sentence --<br/>Sentence structure --<br/>Sentence functions --<br/>Clause elements and types --<br/>Phrases--<br/>Noun phrases --<br/>Verb phrases --<br/>Multiple sentences --<br/>Abbreviation --<br/>Disjuncts and comment clauses --<br/>Reporting speech --<br/>Sentence information --<br/>Beyond the sentence --<br/>pt. IV. Spoken and written English --<br/>17. The sound system --<br/>Phonetics and phonology --<br/>Vocal organs --<br/>Vowels --<br/>Consonants --<br/>Syllables --<br/>Connected speech --<br/>Prosody --<br/>Sound symbolism --<br/>Pronunciation in practice --<br/>18. The writing system --<br/>Graphetics and graphology --<br/>Typography --<br/>The alphabet --<br/>Properties of letters --<br/>Letter frequency --<br/>Letter distribution --<br/>Letter symbolism --<br/>Analysing handwriting --<br/>Graphetic variety --<br/>Spelling --<br/>Sources of irregularity --<br/>Spelling reform --<br/>Punctuation --<br/>The development of the writing system. pt. V. Using English --<br/>19. Varieties of discourse --<br/>Structure vs use --<br/>Pragmatic issues --<br/>The nature of discourse --<br/>Microlinguistic studies --<br/>Texts and varieties --<br/>Speech vs writing --<br/>Mixed medium --<br/>Monologue and dialogue --<br/>20. Regional variation --<br/>Accent and dialect --<br/>International and intranational --<br/>A day in the life of the language --<br/>American and British English --<br/>American dialects --<br/>British dialects --<br/>Scotland --<br/>Wales --<br/>Ireland --<br/>Canada --<br/>Caribbean --<br/>Pidgins and Creoles --<br/>Australia --<br/>New Zealand --<br/>South Africa --<br/>New Englishes --<br/>21. Social variation --<br/>Sociolinguistic perspective --<br/>Received pronunciation --<br/>Prescriptive attitudes --<br/>Gender --<br/>Occupation --<br/>Religion --<br/>Science --<br/>Law --<br/>Plain English --<br/>Politics --<br/>News media --<br/>Journalism --<br/>Broadcasting --<br/>Weather forecasting --<br/>Sports commentary --<br/>Advertising --<br/>Restricted varieties --<br/>New varieties --<br/>22. Personal variation --<br/>Individual differences --<br/>Deviance --<br/>Word games --<br/>Rule-breaking varieties --<br/>The edges of language --<br/>Jokes and puns --<br/>Comic alphabets --<br/>Variety humour --<br/>Literary freedom --<br/>Phonetics and phonology --<br/>Graphetics and graphology --<br/>Grammar and lexicon --<br/>Discourse and variety --<br/>Stylometry --<br/>pt. VI. Learning about English --<br/>23. Learning English as a mother tongue --<br/>Child language acquisition --<br/>Literacy --<br/>Grammatical development --<br/>Early words and sounds --<br/>Reading and writing --<br/>Insufficient language --<br/>Language disability --<br/>24. New ways of studying English --<br/>Technological revolution --<br/>Corpus studies --<br/>National and international corpora --<br/>Dictionaries --<br/>Innovations --<br/>Sources and resources --<br/>Appendices --<br/>I. Glossary --<br/>II. Special symbols and abbreviations --<br/>III. References --<br/>IV. Further reading --<br/>V. Index of linguistic items --<br/>VI. Index of authors and personalities --<br/>VII. Index of topics.
520 ## - SUMMARY, ETC.
Summary, etc Summary: <br/>An exploration of the history, structure, and use of the English language discusses its origins and evolution, its use in literature, and its structural features, and addresses grammar, pronunciation, and vocabulary.
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Program name English
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Topical term or geographic name English language
General subdivision Handbooks, manuals, etc.
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Uncontrolled term English language.
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