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A comprehensive, introductory coursebook for English Language 'A' and 'A/S' level students on any of the examination courses and suitable for Introduction to English Language courses at undergraduate level. The sections cover all the common topics of study, including grammar, language analysis, language acquisition, language varieties and change, languageDOWNLOAD
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Norman Blake, Professor of English Language and Linguistics at Sheffield University, is known throughout the world to scholars of mediaeval English Literature. He has published thirty books and 140 articles on subjects as diverse as Old Norse, Old English, Middle English, early printed books, Shakespeare, Historical Linguistics, Stylistics, Grammar, and theDOWNLOAD
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