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LINGUIST List 20.381

Thu Feb 05 2009

Qs: Introduction Book in English with European Data

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        1.    Regina Morin, Introduction Book in English with European Data

Message 1: Introduction Book in English with European Data
Date: 05-Feb-2009
From: Regina Morin <rmorintcnj.edu>
Subject: Introduction Book in English with European Data
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We are a Modern Languages Department with a small linguistics component,
mostly taught in Spanish about Spanish. We would like to design an
introductory linguistics course to be taught in English, as part of a
European Languages major, that could be used for students of Spanish,
French, Italian and German who have little or no knowledge of linguistics.
We are seeking suggestions for an accessible introduction to linguistics
text book, that uses data from European languages.

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

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