u r gr8. "The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the English Language (Second Edition)" by David Crystal [review]
This book is certainly a must in the library of anyone who has an interest in language, but I am not convinced that the extra ten pages would justify the purchase of the second edition by someone who already owned the first.
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Muller, Amanda; Arbon, Paul Andrew; Gregoric, Carolyn (Association for Academic Language and Learning, 2015)This paper provides a case study of a school-based approach to language de-velopment and support for English as an additional language (EAL) students within the School of Nursing & Midwifery at Flinders University. The ...
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Dekker, Thomas; Middleton, Thomas; Daalder, Joost (Editor); Hirsch, Brett D (Editor) (Internet Shakespeare Editions, University of Victoria, 2015-04-04)Editor's introduction: The original printed text of 2 The Honest Whore on which any modern edition is based offers few problems. In the case of 1 The Honest Whore, however, there are two significantly different texts, both ...