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May I Quote You on That?

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A guide to English grammar and usage for the twenty-first century, pairing grammar rules with interesting and humorous quotations from American popular culture.

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The Cambridge Handbook of Endangered Languages

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This book "examines the reasons behind the dramatic loss of linguistic diversity, why it matters, and what can be done to document and support endangered languages."

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16 Summaries IN 2010

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Relationship Between Spoken and Written Grammar Mark Brenchley 21.1692 Apr-05-2010
Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis in Science Fiction Flaminia Robu 21.921 Feb-24-2010
German Grammar Checker Sabrina Wilske 21.1512 Mar-29-2010
Transcribing Group Interactions Anne de la Croix 21.1459 Mar-25-2010
Gender, Sexuality, and Language on the Internet James Davis 21.2247 May-12-2010
Online Courses for Introduction to Linguistics Tania Ionin 21.1975 Apr-25-2010
Discourse Analysis of Football (Soccer) Commentators Neda Bimesl 21.1837 Apr-14-2010
Bi/Multilingualism and Specific Genres of Writing Deborah Chua 21.2428 May-27-2010
Good Textbook for Introductory Phonology Marina Gorlach 21.2543 Jun-08-2010
/f/ to /theta/ Sound Changes Ryan Bennett 21.2719 Jun-25-2010
Resource Search: History of American English Ashley Williams 21.3388 Aug-23-2010
L2 Lang Acq: Advanced Learners' Dictionaries Julia Miller 21.4607 Nov-10-2010
Resources: History of the Italian Language Regina Morin 21.4730 Nov-24-2010
Study: Acceptability Judgments in German Petra-Kristin Bonitz 21.4811 Nov-30-2010
Textbook Recommendations: Typology and Universals Nigel Duffield 21.5025 Dec-10-2010
Pashto in Unicode Ron Artstein 21.5228 Dec-20-2010