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Author: McManus Carolyn,The Ohio University Department of Linguistics
ISBN13: 978-0898940404
Title: Language Files
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Language: English
Publisher: Ohio State University Press; 4th edition (1988)
Pages: 423

Language Files by McManus Carolyn,The Ohio University Department of Linguistics

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The scope of the text makes it suitable for use in a wide range of courses, while its unique organization into instructor-friendly files allows for tremendous flexibility in course design. The home page for the Department of Linguistics at The Ohio State. Hope C. Dawson Michael Phelan Department of Linguistics The Ohio State University.

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ISBN13: 9780814205259. Release Date: March 1991. Publisher: Ohio State University Press. Weight: . 0 lbs. You Might Also Enjoy. Paperback: 768 pages. The book is just fine. In particular, the Kindle version fails to display type that is underlined, in boldface, or in italics. These are crucial features in the text. The author inserts humor at appropriate places, and gently eases a novice into the verbiage of linguists.

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