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The five-minute linguist : bite-sized essays on language and languages / 2nd ed

The five-minute linguist : bite-sized essays on language and languages / 2nd ed (1회 대출)

자료유형
단행본
개인저자
Rickerson, E. M. Hilton, Barry.
서명 / 저자사항
The five-minute linguist : bite-sized essays on language and languages / edited by E.M. Rickerson and Barry Hilton.
판사항
2nd ed.
발행사항
Oakville, Conn. :   Equinox Pub.,   c2012.  
형태사항
xv, 303 p. ; 22 cm.
ISBN
9781908049940 (hb) 9781908049490 (pb)
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references and index.
일반주제명
Language and languages --Miscellanea.
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246 1 4 ▼a 5 minute linguist
250 ▼a 2nd ed.
260 ▼a Oakville, Conn. : ▼b Equinox Pub., ▼c c2012.
300 ▼a xv, 303 p. ; ▼c 22 cm.
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소장정보

No. 소장처 청구기호 등록번호 도서상태 반납예정일 예약 서비스
No. 1 소장처 중앙도서관/서고6층/ 청구기호 400 F565-2 등록번호 111792978 도서상태 대출가능 반납예정일 예약 서비스 B M

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1. Why learn about language? / Robert Rodman -- 2. You''re a linguist? How many languages do you speak? / Paul Chapin -- 3. How many languages are there in the world? / M. Paul Lewis -- 4. What''s the difference between dialects and languages? / G. Tucker Childs -- 5. What was the original language? / Barry Hilton -- 6. Do all languages come from the same source? / Allan R. Bomhard -- 7. What language did Adam and Eve speak? / E.M. Rickerson -- 8. Do languages have to change? / John McWhorter -- 9. What are lingua francas? / Nicholas Ostler -- 10. Isn''t pidgin English just bad English? / John M. Lipski -- 11. How many kinds of writing systems are there? / Peter T. Daniels -- 12. Where did writing come from? / Peter T. Daniels -- 13. Where does grammar come from? / Joan Bybee -- 14. Do all languages have the same grammar? / Mark C. Baker -- 15. How do babies learn their mother tongue? / Roberta Michnick Golinkoff and Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek --
16. Do animals use language? / Donna Jo Napoli -- 17. How does the brain cope with multiple languages? / Henk Haarmann -- 18. Does our language influence the way we think? / Geoffrey K. Pullum -- 19. What''s the right way to put words together? / Dennis R. Preston -- 20. Is British English the best English? / Orin Hargraves -- 21. Why do people fight over language? / Paul B. Garrett -- 22. What does it mean to be bilingual? / Dora Johnson -- 23. How many languages can a person learn? / Richard Hudson -- 24. What is ''speaking in tongues''? / Walt Wolfram -- 25. What happens if you are raised without language? / Susan Curtiss -- 26. Do deaf people everywhere use the same sign language? / Leila Monaghan -- 27. Why do languages die? / Christopher Moseley -- 28. Can a threatened language be saved? / Akira Y. Yamamoto [and others] -- 29. How are the sounds of language made? / Peter Ladefoged -- 30. Why do American southerners talk that way? / Walt Wolfram --
31. What causes foreign accents? / Steven H. Weinberger -- 32. Can monolingualism be cured? / Katherine Sprang -- 33. What does it take to learn a language well? / Nina Garrett -- 34. How have our ideas about language learning changed through the years? / June K. Phillips -- 35. Why study languages abroad? / Sheri Spaine Long -- 36. Is elementary school too early to teach foreign languages? / Gladys C. Lipton -- 37. Can computers teach languages faster and better? / Sue E.K. Otto -- 38. What''s the language of the United States? / David Goldberg -- 39. Is there a language crisis in the United States? / Catherine Ingold -- 40. What''s the future of Spanish in the United States? / Maria Carreira -- 41. What is Cajun and where did it come from? / Robyn Holman -- 42. Did German almost become the language of the United States? / Nancy P. Nenno -- 43. What''s Gullah? / Elizabeth Martinez-Gibson -- 44. Are dialects dying? / Walt Wolfram --
45. Can you make a living loving languages? / Frederick H. Jackson -- 46. How are dictionaries made? / Erin McKean -- 47. Why do we need translators if we have dictionaries? / Kein Hendzel -- 48. How good is machine translation? / David Savignac -- 49. Can you use language to solve crimes? / Robert Rodman -- 50. How can you keep languages in a museum? / Amelia C. Murdoch -- 51. Where did English come from? / John Algeo -- 52. How many Native American languages are there? / Marianne Mithun -- 53. Is Latin really dead? / Frank Morris -- 54. Who speaks Italian? / Dennis Looney -- 55. How different are Spanish and Portuguese? / Ana Maria Carvalho -- 56. Should we be studying Russian? / Benjamin Rifkin -- 57. What''s exciting about Icelandic? / Pardee Lowe Jr. -- 58. What''s the difference between Hebrew and Yiddish? / Neil G. Jacobs -- 59. Do all Arabs speak the same language? / Jerry Lampe -- 60. Is Swahili the language of Africa? / Donald Osborn --
61. Do you have to be a masochist to study Chinese? / Barry Hilton -- 62. Is studying Japanese worth the effort? / Blaine Erickson -- 63. What''s the language of India? / Vijay Gambhir -- 64. Whatever happened to Esperanto? / Arika Okrent and E.M. Rickerson -- 65. Does anybody here speak Klingon? / Christopher Moseley.