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Second edition
Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1989
xvi, 109 stran : ilustrace, noty ; 25 cm

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ISBN 0-19-437153-0 (brožováno)
Language education
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Contents // About the author iii // Foreword v // Preface xv // Chapter 1 Development of speech 1 // Origins 1 // The developmental analogy 2 // Symbolic and non-symbolic acts 2 // The ‘child tongue’ 3 // How Nigel started to mean 4 // One child’s protolanguage 5 // Evolutionary interpretations 7 // From protolanguage to language 9 // Chapter 2 Writing systems 12 // Pictures and written symbols 12 // From picture to character 14 // The Chinese system of writing 16 // From ancient Egyptian to English 19 // Charactery, syllabary, alphabet 22 // A note on ‘ideograms’ 24 // The English writing system 26 // Chapter 3 Written language 29 // Codified and codable expressions 29 // What writing leaves out 30 // Punctuation 32 // How punctuation relates to grammar and phonology 34 // Written texts with minimal punctuation; punctuation and pausing 37 // Functions of the written language 39 // Forms of written English 41 // Variation and written language 42 // Chapter 4 Spoken language: prosodic features 46 // Speech and transcription 46 // Intonation and rhythm 48 // English rhythm 49 // English intonation: tonicity and tone 52 // Xlll // The meaning of tonic prominence 54 // The meaning of tone 56 // The dynamics of intonation 58 // Chapter 5 Written language: lexical density 61 // The complexity of written language 61 // Lexical density 63 // Frequency 64 // A more revealing measure of lexical density 65 // The clause 67 // The clause as an elastic body 69 // Nouns and nominality 72
// Chapter 6 Spoken language: grammatical intricacy 76 // Speech no less structured than writing 76 // Lexical sparsity in spoken language 79 // Representing experience in talk 80 // The clause complex in spoken language 82 // Some longer passages of speech 84 // Two kinds of complexity 87 // Transcribing spoken texts 90 // Chapter 7 Speaking, writing, and learning 92 // Differences between speech and writing 92 // Grammatical metaphor 93 // Learning through language 96 // Conclusion 97 // Appendix 102 // References \ 04 // Further reading ?5 // Technical terms ?8 // Acknowledgements \ 09

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