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„The third edi­tion of this dic­tio­nary is an author­i­ta­tive and invalu­able ref­er­ence source cov­er­ing every aspect of its wide-rang­ing field. It spans gram­mar, pho­net­ics, seman­tics, lan­guages (spo­ken and writ­ten), dialects, and soci­olin­guis­tics. Clear examples—and dia­grams where appropriate—help to con­vey the mean­ings of even the most tech­ni­cal terms. It also incor­po­rates entries on key schol­ars of lin­guis­tics, both ancient and mod­ern, sum­maris­ing their spe­cialisms and achieve­ments.
With exist­ing entries thor­ough­ly revised and updat­ed, and the addi­tion of 100 new entries, this new edi­tion expands its cov­er­age of seman­tics, as well as recent­ly emerg­ing ter­mi­nol­o­gy with­in, for exam­ple, syn­tac­tic the­o­ry and soci­olin­guis­tics.
Wide-rang­ing and with clear def­i­n­i­tions, it is the ide­al ref­er­ence for stu­dents and teach­ers in lan­guage-relat­ed cours­es, and a great intro­duc­tion to lin­guis­tics for the gen­er­al read­er with an inter­est in lan­guage and its study.“

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