A Cross Linguistic Typology

Word: A Cross-linguistic Typology (repost)  

Posted by interes at March 1, 2015
Word: A Cross-linguistic Typology (repost)

Word: A Cross-linguistic Typology by R. M. W. Dixon and Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald
English | 2003 | ISBN-10: 0521818990 | ISBN-13: 9780521818995 | English | True PDF | 308 pages | 3.3 Mb
Adjective Classes: A Cross-Linguistic Typology (Explorations in Linguistic Typology) (repost)

R. M. W. Dixon, Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald, "Adjective Classes: A Cross-Linguistic Typology (Explorations in Linguistic Typology)"
Oxford University Press | ISBN: 0199270937 | 2004 | 392 pages | PDF | 17 MB
The Grammar of Knowledge: A Cross-Linguistic Typology

Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald and R. M. W. Dixon, "The Grammar of Knowledge: A Cross-Linguistic Typology"
English | ISBN: 0198701314 | 2014 | 320 pages | PDF | 3 MB

Word: A Cross-linguistic Typology (repost)  

Posted by interes at June 9, 2013
Word: A Cross-linguistic Typology (repost)

Word: A Cross-linguistic Typology by R. M. W. Dixon and Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald
2003 | ISBN-10: 0521818990 | ISBN-13: 9780521818995 | English | True PDF | 308 pages | 3.3 Mb

In some languages words tend to be rather short but in others they may be dauntingly long. In this book, a distinguished international group of scholars discuss the concept 'word' and its applicability in a range of typologically diverse languages. An introductory chapter sets the parameters of variation for 'word'.

Word: A Cross-linguistic Typology  

Posted by TimMa at May 13, 2011
Word: A Cross-linguistic Typology

Word: A Cross-linguistic Typology
Publisher: Cambridge Univ Pr | 2003 | ISBN-10: 0521818990 | ISBN-13: 978 0521818995 | English | True PDF | 308 pages | 3.31 Mb

In some languages words tend to be rather short but in others they may be dauntingly long. In this book, a distinguished international group of scholars discuss the concept 'word' and its applicability in a range of typologically diverse languages.

Adjective Classes: A Cross-Linguistic Typology  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lisekise at Sept. 24, 2009
Adjective Classes: A Cross-Linguistic Typology

Adjective Classes: A Cross-Linguistic Typology (Explorations in Linguistic Typology)
By R. M. W. Dixon, Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA | 392 pages | 2006-07-13 | ISBN: 0199203466 | PDF | 12.4 MB
Adjective Classes: A Cross-Linguistic Typology (Explorations in Linguistic Typology)

R. M. W. Dixon, Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald, "Adjective Classes: A Cross-Linguistic Typology (Explorations in Linguistic Typology)"
Oxford University Press | ISBN: 0199270937 | 2004 | 392 pages | PDF | 3,96 MB
 Grammars in Contact: A Cross-Linguistic Typology (Explorations in Linguistic Typology)

Grammars in Contact: A Cross-Linguistic Typology (Explorations in Linguistic Typology)
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA | 2007-03-01 | 375 pages | ISBN: 0199207836 | 2 MB | PDF | Rapidshare&Megaupload

The present volume examines the ways in which linguistic traits may change in a contact situation. It contains an encyclopaedic introduction, which sets out a general theory of contact-induced change, and twelve subsequent chapters, which analyse the effects of language contact on grammatical
systems in a variety of languages belonging to different geographical areas and diverse types.

Information Structuring of Spoken Language from a Cross-linguistic Perspective  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by interes at Nov. 12, 2016
Information Structuring of Spoken Language from a Cross-linguistic Perspective

Information Structuring of Spoken Language from a Cross-linguistic Perspective (Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs, Book 283) by M. M. Jocelyne Fernandez-Vest and Robert D. Van Valin
English | 2015 | ISBN: 3110352060 | 333 pages | PDF | 1,5 MB
Cardinal Numerals: Old English from a Cross-linguistic Perspective [Repost]

Cardinal Numerals: Old English from a Cross-linguistic Perspective by Ferdinand von Mengden
English | 17 Feb. 2010 | ISBN: 3110220342 | 343 Pages | PDF | 5 MB

The book embeds an analysis of the Old English numeral system and its particularities into a broader, cross-linguistic discussion and provides a theoretical framework for the general study of numeral systems. A novel perspective on the morphosyntactic behaviour of numerals allows the author to test and refine some long standing tenets in the study of numerals.