Diccionario De Construcci N Y R Gimen De La Lengua Castellana E H

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Diccionario De Construccion Y Regimen De La Lengua Castellana

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Lexicography Lexicography Metalexicography And Reference Science

Author: R. R. K. Hartmann
Editor: Psychology Press
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Ibero American And Caribbean Linguistics

Author: Robert Lado
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Encoding The Past Decoding The Future

Author: Isabel Moskowich
Editor: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443835889
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In the first decade of the twenty first century, Corpus Linguistics as a methodology had already proved to be an impeccable one, and is probably the most elaborate way to approach empirical studies on languages. At present this seems to be essential to formulate general theories about most aspects of languages in different stages of their evolution. Corpora and Corpus Linguistics have been present in research for a reasonably long time now. The evolution of the discipline has been assessed by conferences, new publications and all sorts of events related to the field. Therefore, it seems most convenient to offer an outline of the advances made in the past decade as well as to try and make a guess as for what is yet to come. The editors have used their experience to collect a volume that certainly will have something to offer to the scientific community. Their work as compilers of the Coruña Corpus of English Scientific Writing has made them familiar with corpus-compilation and the time-consuming tasks it entails. As users of this and other corpora, they can also appreciate the tools modern technology offers researchers and what the possibilities of exploitation are. In this way, the selection of papers contained in this volume address a wide range of scholars interested in the discipline, both corpus compilers and users.

The History Of Linguistics In Spain

Author: Antonio Quilis Morales
Editor: John Benjamins Publishing
ISBN: 9027286302
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This selection of papers is concerned with the history of linguistics in Spain, dealing with the evolution of linguistic ideas from the Middle Ages and the European context of the linguistic debates in Spain to the 20th century, concluding with Malkiel's appraisal of Ramón Menéndez Pidal (1869–1968). The volume includes papers on Antonio Nebrija and Sanctius, probably the best-known grammarians of the Iberian peninsula, but – as the other papers suggest – there is much more to be known about the Spanish linguistic traditions.The papers in this volume were previously published in Historiographia Linguistica XI:1/2 (1984).

The Dative

Author: William van Belle
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Since antiquity, scholars have been fascinated by the phenomena of case. The explanation for this fascination is, as Hjelmslev already pointed out over fifty years ago, the fact that he who can unravel the meaning of case-relations, has the key to language structure as a whole.For over three years, a team of twenty scholars affiliated with the Linguistics Department of Leuven University in Belgium has concentrated on case phenomena in different languages, both Indo- and non-Indo-European. It is the first time that such a large scale investigation into case has been undertaken. Noteworthy is also its reliance on computer-stored corpora of authentic material.The results are published as a series ("Case and Grammatical Relations across Languages") of which the first volume, a bibliography, appeared in 1994.The first volume on the dative case contains 13 articles, each of which gives a detailed syntactic-semantic description of the dative or its counterparts in a particular language. In addition to the lexico-syntactic frames in which they occur, a number of textual and extra-linguistic factors are taken into account. Languages investigated are English (K. Davidse), German (L. Draye), Dutch (W. Van Belle & W. Van Langendonck), Afrikaans (L.G. de Stadler), Latin (W. Van Hoecke), French (L. Melis), Spanish (N. Delbecque & B. Lamiroy), Portuguese (R. de Andrade), Polish (B. Rudzka-Ostyn), Hungarian (G. Toth), Pashto (W. Skalmowski), Hebrew (P. Swiggers) and Orizaba Nahuatl (D. Tuggy).

Historiographia Linguistica

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World Dictionaries In Print 1983

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Johnson S Universal Cyclopedia

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The Universal Cyclop Dia

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The Universal Cyclopaedia

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Johnson S Universal Cyclopaedia

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Johnson S Universal Cyclop Dia

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Current Trends In Linguistics

Author: Thomas Albert Sebeok
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Mcgraw Hill Diccionario Del Argot

Author: Delfin Carbonell Basset
Editor: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 0071425322
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From vulgar insults to religious oaths, colloquialisms to clichés, the personality and passion of a language can be found in its slang. Spanish is no exception, as the McGraw-Hill Diccionario del Argot makes clear. This monolingual Spanish dictionary provides the most authoritative reference to all aspects of non-standard Spanish, with more than 12,000 entries supported by 20,000 citations. The broad range of sources, from literature to newspapers and TV, reflects the full spectrum of contemporary usage in Spain. For scope and depth as well as bibliographic reference, this is an essential language tool for libraries, advanced-level students, teachers, scholars, and lexicographers.

The Semasiology Of Words Derived From The Indo European Nem

Author: Clarence Paschall
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