First published in 1992, A Grammar of Old English, Volume 1: Phonology was a landmark publication that in the intervening years has not been surpassed in its depth of scholarship and usefulness to the field. With the 2011 posthumous publication of Richard M. Hogg’s Volume 2: Morphology, Volume 1 is again in print, now in paperback, so that scholars can own this complete work. Takes account of major developments both in the field of Old English studies and in linguistic theory Takes full advantage of the Dictionary of Old English project at Toronto, and includes full cross-references to the DOE data Fully utilizes work in phonemic and generative theory and related topics Provides material crucial for future research both in diachronic and synchronic phonology and in historical sociolinguistics
A Grammar of Old English, Volume II: Morphology completes Richard M. Hogg's two-volume analysis of the sounds and grammatical forms of the Old English language. Incorporates insights derived from the latest theoretical and technological advances, which post-date most Old English grammars Utilizes the databases of the Toronto Dictionary of Old English project – a digital corpus comprising at least one copy of each text surviving in Old English Features separation of diachronic and synchronic considerations in the sometimes complicated analysis of Old English noun morphology Includes extensive bibliographical coverage of Old English morphology
The Fundamentals of English Grammar Workbook consists of self-study exercises for independent work. A classic developmental skills text for lower-intermediate and intermediate English language learners, Fundamentals of English Grammar is a comprehensive grammar as well as a stimulating and teachable classroom text.
Featuring numerous updates and additional anthology selections, the 3rd edition of Introduction to Old English confirms its reputation as a leading text designed to help students engage with Old English literature for the first time. A new edition of one of the most popular introductions to Old English Assumes no expertise in other languages or in traditional grammar Includes basic grammar reviews at the beginning of each major chapter and a “minitext” feature to aid students in practicing reading Old English Features updates and several new anthology readings, including King Alfred’s Preface to Gregory’s Pastoral Care
An engaging and fresh take on the rules and politics of English grammar, written in lively prose. It goes a step further than most books on grammar by providing an overview of the field, with a discussion of historical and current debates about grammar, and how we define, discuss, and approach it. Presents a novel, inquiry-based approach to understanding speakers' unconscious knowledge of English grammar Makes lucid connections, when relevant, with current linguistic theory Integrates language change and variation into the study of grammar Examines historical sources of socially evaluative perceptions of grammar, as 'good' or 'bad', and notions of language authority Provides syntactic explanations for many modern punctuation rules Explores some of the current controversies about grammar teaching in school and the role of Standard English in testing and assessment
Welcome to the English World Level 1 Grammar Practice Book.In this book you will find a variety of activities which practise the grammar points in Pupil's Book 1 and Workbook 1. There are also activities which practise writing skills and phonics/pronunciation. These activities can be used in class or for homework.There is a unit in the Grammar Practice Book for each unit in the Pupil's Book and the Workbook. There are three pages in each unit:• Page 1 of each unit practises the main grammar point of the unit.• Page 2 of each unit practises the Grammar in conversation point.• Page 3 of each unit has a Grammar Street activity, which practises the grammar points from pages 1 and 2; and a Writing skills activity which practises the writing from the Workbook Writing skills page.The Review pages practise the grammar from the previous three units. Each grammar activity in the Review units has a score out of 5. This gives a total score of 20. The children write their score for the Review pages in a box on the page. They can assess their level of achievement by reading the comments in the Score Box.The phonics and spelling section of each unit in the Pupil's Book is practised at the end of this book.When all the activities in each unit are complete, the Grammar Practice Book will be a useful reference and revision aid for the children. The series of Grammar Practice Books builds up into a complete record of the grammar in English World .The children can keep their Grammar Practice Books and use them for reference in later levels of English World. In this way, they develop good study skills and make an important step to becoming independent learners.
The History of English Spelling reveals the history of Modern English spelling, tracing its origins and development from Old English up to the present day. Includes a wealth of information and data on English spelling not available anywhere else Features a complementary website with additional material at www.historyofenglishspelling.info Includes detailed coverage of the contributions from French, Latin, Greek – and the many other languages – to our current orthography Serves as a companion volume to Geoffrey Hughes's A History of English Words in the same series
Enter the World of Grammar is a graded series of seven English grammar books. This series of books is also available as a multimedia system. Books a and b are especiall designed for young learnes. Books 1, 2, 3,4 and 5 are designed for students from Elementary to Advansed level.
Enter the World of Grammar is a graded series of seven English grammar books. This series of books is also available as a multimedia system. Books a and b are especially designed for young learners. Books 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 are designed for students from Elementary to Advanced level.
LEARN AND PRACTISE ENGLISH GRAMMAR is a four-level series of grammar reference and practice books. The series has been designed to be used either on its own or with any Beginner, Elementary, Pre-Intermediate and Intermediate Course. Grammar points are clearly presented without lengthy explanations. The grammar exercises increase in difficulty to give students graded practice of each grammar point. At the end of each unit, there is a communication activity and a writing talk which allow students to use the grammar learnt in a realistic situation. LEARN AND PRACTISE ENGLISH GRAMMAR has been carefully researched and written for students who need grammar practice at these levels.
An updated and revised edition to accompany "English Grammar in Use Fourth Edition" and "English Grammar in Use Online". The book contains 200 varied exercises providing students with extra practice of the grammar studied. Suitable for class work or for self-study, the exercises offer excellent revision, consolidation and extension opportunities. "English Grammar in Use Supplementary Exercises": provides contrastive practice of the grammar areas covered in "English Grammar in Use Fourth Edition" and "English Grammar in Use Online"; has a wide variety of exercise types, including many based on different kinds of texts, for added interest; has a fresh new design and updated illustrations.
This book for intermediate and more advanced students accompanies the second edition of English Grammar in Use. It contains over 160 varied exercises which provide students with further practice of the grammar they have studied. Provides challenging contrastive practice of the forms students find most difficult. Offers a wide range of exercise types, many based on realistic texts and dialogues and accompanied by illustrations. Is clearly cross-referenced to the second edition of English Grammar in Use. Contains a complete key, making it an ideal self-study practice book.