Phineas J. Caruthers
Helps readers learn how to avoid the most common grammar faux pas. This book includes the most basic grammar rules [it is important to note here that these rules are...
Jack C. Richards; Willy A. Renandya
This collection provides an overview of current approaches, issues, and practices in the teaching of English to speakers of other languages.
Darren G. Lilleker
Presents an introduction to the critical concepts, structures, and professional practices of political communication. This title considers both practical and theoretical issues central to political communication and offers a critical...
Bodmer, Frederick; Hogben, Lancelot
It is at the same time a history of language, a guide to foreign tongues, and a method for learning them. It shows, through basic vocabularies, family resemblances of...
Belen Soria; Esther Romero
This collection brings about a current interdisciplinary debate on explicit communication. With Robyn Carston's pragmatics at the core of the discussion, special attention is drawn to linguistic under-determinacy, the explicit/implicit...
In a unique contribution to understanding the interaction of language policy and planning in modern conflict resolution, Janet Muller provides an insider account of the search for improved status for...
Catherine Bates; Abi Matthewman
Clearly illustrated with examples of written work and useful interactive exercises, this guide will encourage independent learning, helping arts and humanities students to develop effective study habits and learn successful...
Hugh Everett III's "Many Worlds" theory, of infinite multiple universes, is now considered a hugely important breakthrough in the history of physics.This book tells the story of the physics establishment's...
Christopher Rundle; Kate Sturge
The history of translation has focused on literary work but this book demonstrates the way in which political control can influence and be influenced by translation choices. New research and...
Jonathan Charteris-Black; Clive Seale
An investigation of the influence of gender, social class, age and illness type in the language of people talking about their experiences of illness. It shows evidence of both conformity...
Innovative young philosophers present new research articles on a variety of contemporary issues including relation between language and thought, normativity of language, prospects for a naturalistic account of language, nature...
Presents an introduction to machine-aided linguistic discovery, a novel research area, arguing for the fruitfulness of the computational approach by presenting a basic conceptual apparatus and several intelligent discovery programmes.
Richard Hain; Satbir Singh Jassal
A concise and practical guide to caring for children with life-limiting conditions, Paediatric Palliative Care covers the common symptoms and challenging issues healthcare professionals are likely to encounter, and includes...
Lesley Jeffries; Dan McIntyre
Understanding language and its capacity to create literary effects is vital for any student of English. Stylistics, the linguistic study of literary texts, has a key role to play in...
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Presented in two parts, this book firstly introduces core considerations in ESP course development drawing on examples from a wide range of ESP and EAP courses. Secondly four case studies...
Focusing on the actual experiences of L2 students who travelled from their homes to foreign lands as part of a faculty-led, short-term SA program, the author explores the linkage between...