domingo, 2 de agosto de 2009

Bibliografia Language Development

ALEXANDER, L. G. (1994) Right Word, Wrong Word – Words and Structures Confused and Misused by Learners of English. Longman.

ALGEO, J. & PYLES, T. (1992) The Origins and Development of the English Language. 4th Edition. Harcourt Brace. New York.

ANDERSSON, L. & TRUDGILL, P. (1990) Bad Language. Basil Blackwell. Oxford.

BERMAN, L. & KIRSTEINJ, L. (1985) Idiom Workbook – Verb Phrases By Family. NTC. Illinois, USA.

BRYSON, B. (1990). The Mother Tongue: English and How It Got That Way. Morrow. New York.

CELCE-MURCIA, M. & LARSEN FREEMAN, D. (1999) The Grammar Book – An ESL/EFL Teacher’s Course. Second Edition. Heinle & Heinle.

JACOBS, A. R. (1995) English Syntax – A Grammar for English Language Professionals. Oxford.

HUGHES, A. & TRUDGILL, P. (1979) Englis Accents and Dialects: An Introduction to Social and Regional Varieties of British English. Arnold. London.

LARSEN-FREEMAN, D. (2000) Grammar Dimensions: Form Meaning and Use 2nd edition. Heinle & Heinle.

LEECH, G. N. (1979) Meaning and The English Verb. London: Longman.

LEWIS, M. (1986) The English Verb – An Exploration of Structure and Meaning.

L IGHTBOWN,P.N. & SPADA,N. (1993) How languages are learned. Revised Edition.Oxford University Press

PINKER, S. (1995) The Language Instict: How the Mind Creates Language. Harper Perenial, New York.

SPOLSKY, B. (1998) Sociolinguistics. OUP. Oxford.

STEER, J. M. & K.A.CARLISI (1991) The Advanced Grammar Book. Heinle & Heinle

WOLFRAM, W. & FASOLD, R.W. (1974) The Study of Social Dialects in American English. Prentice-Hall. Englewood Cliffs. New Jersey.

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