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Query:   'Fundamentals of Grammar' text
Author:  Frederick Newmeyer
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Syntax

Summary:   A FEW DAYS AGO I ASKED FOR SUGGESTIONS FOR TEXTS TO USE IN A CLASS
DIRECTED TO FIRST-YEAR UNDERGRADUATES ON BASIC GRAMMATICAL CONCEPTS AND
TERMINOLOGY -- TEXTS THAT ARE NOT OVERLY BIASED TOWARD ENGLISH GRAMMAR. I
RECEIVED HELPFUL RESPONSES FROM DAVID REDKKNAP, JOHN VERHAAR, ALAN SMITH,
BILLY CLARK, BRITTA ZAWADA, DOUG WALKER, MICHAEL NEWMAN, ROBERT F. KEMP,
PATRICIA KILROE, AND JEFF SIEGEL. HERE ARE THE SUGGESTIONS:

1. SEVERAL BOOKS PUBLISHED BY OLIVIA AND HILL PRESS IN ANN ARBOR,
MICHIGAN, ENTITLED

LL Issue: 8.588
Date Posted: 25-Apr-1997
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