Although there are significant recurrent patterns in organization, these are better explained as stable engineering solutions satisfying multiple design constraints, reflecting both cultural-historical factors and the constraints of human cognition. Satzstrukturen des Deutschen und Englischen, eine kontrastive Analyse im Rahmen der Dependenzgrammatik. It is widely believed that while sex-preferential linguistic differences are common in European languages, sex-specific differences, if such phenomena occur at all, are confined to languages spoken in non-strat-ified pre-industrial societies. In Terttu Nevalainen and Elizabeth Closs Traugott, eds. The Irish and English languages are spoken by groups of people who belong to the same cultural environment, i.
The Irish and English languages are spoken by groups of people who belong to the same cultural environment, i. Language Sciences, 32 6 , 589-593. Physics of Life Reviews, 26-27, 158-159. In the area of Irish phonology, Hickey has devised a maximally concise system of description which captures many linguistically valid generalisations about the sound structure of that language. Familiar Letters across the English-speaking World. Areal Features of the Anglophone World.
Language 79 2 : 233-281. The Politics of English in Asia: Language Policy and Cultural Expression in South and Southeast Asia and the Asia Pacific. Parts of Speech: Empirical and Theoretical Advances. Examination of Germanic dialects shows that in very many cases, it is the r-forms that have survived. The native speaker and the mother tongue.
Frontiers in Psychology, 7, 1-2. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company. Chambers and Natalie Schilling eds Handbook of Language Variation and Change. The codification of English in England Ingrid Tieken-Boon van Ostade; 3. Linguistics, 48 4 , 919-950. The relative weighting of these factors is an important topic in the book and is a key focus in the 17 chapters.
This list is based on CrossRef data as of 17 february 2019. Berlin and Boston: De Gruyter. It is widely believed that while sex-preferential linguistic differences are common in European languages, sex-specific differences, if such phenomena occur at all, are confined to languages spoken in non-strat-ified pre-industrial societies. Standard English in Scotland John Corbett and Jane Stuart-Smith; 5. The evolution of linguistic theory and the new 'core'.
Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages, 25 1 , 1-3. This fundamentally changes the object of enquiry from a cognitive science perspective. The paper considers the interdependence between word order, congruence and formal cases - the means which, together with lexical meaning and formal class markers, explicate the concrete syntactic relations in a sentence. It is recommended for linguists and linguistic anthropologists working in the fields of dialectology, variation, language contact and change, and sociolinguistic research on non-traditional or less-studied varieties. English in Singapore: Modernity and Management.
On the process of new dialect formation', in: Raymond Hickey ed. The politics of English 7 14-20 Oct ~ Mid-term break ~ 8 24 Oct 7. Language Sciences, 32 6 , 615-623. We will examine how the structural features found in these Englishes are not a consequence of a lack of ability to learn English perfectly, or pronounce it correctly, or express it clearly. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company. In Lisa Lim, Christopher Stroud and Lionel Wee Eds. Pidgins and Creoles in Asia.
The pragmatics of grand in Irish English. Creole complexity in sociolinguistic perspective. Keeping Kirinda vital: The endangerment-empowerment dilemma in the documentation of Sri Lanka Malay. Feature complexes; Global features of English vernaculars; Phonological inventories; Negation in varieties of English; Tense and aspect; Verbal concord; Pronominal systems; Reflexive and intensive self-forms; Vocabulary; Pragmatics; Subject index; Name index; Language index. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 420 pages.
Multilingual, Globalizing Asia: Implications for Policy and Education. Sri Lanka and South India. Sri Lanka and South India. Globalisation, empowerment and the periphery: The Malays of Sri Lanka. Topics 8-10 Chan, Brian Hok-Shing. Sri Lanka Malay revisited: Genesis and classification. .