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languagehat.com - 0 views

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    Regularly updated language blog: generally short and topical posts.
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Quotidiana - 0 views

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    Classic essays from great writers
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http://www.all4ed.org/files/WritingToRead.pdf - 0 views

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    Evidence for how writing can improve reading
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Dept. of Linguistics | Typological tools for field linguistics - 0 views

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    Examples of questionnaire use in linguistic research
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The blog formerly known as English Language @SFX: Media texts and Language interventions - 1 views

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    List if links to style models for AQA spec A & B A2 coursework.
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All About Linguistics - 1 views

shared by Ant Heald on 19 Feb 13 - No Cached
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    Wonderful website produced by first year linguistics students at Sheffield University, aimed primarily at A-level students.
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Regularize English Spelling | First, we will not force anyone who can read to learn a n... - 2 views

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    Being a prescriptivist does not necessarily mean being a linguistic conservative.
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Studying the History of English - 0 views

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    Comprehensive coverage of History of English and Language Change issues from the University of Duisberg
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I Won't Hire People Who Use Poor Grammar. Here's Why. - Kyle Wiens - Harvard Business R... - 1 views

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    Interesting article for attitudes to language / prescriptivism
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The blog formerly known as English Language @SFX - 0 views

    • Ant Heald
       
      Interesting: To me, 'voice calls' contrasts with 'texts' as a function of mobile phone use, rather than video calls.
  • Anglocreep is a word for the gentle drift of British English terms into the US English vernacular -
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      I think it's widely assumed that there is one-way traffic, with 'Americanism' coming into British English, so it's interesting to note that it cuts both ways.
  • Essex
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      But we won't hold that against it.
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  • Language is clearly being affected in different ways by advances in technology
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      This is a useful demonstration of how, for ENGB3 as a synoptic unit, links between AS social contexts from ENGB1 (such as technology) and the ENGB3 language change topic can be very productive.
  • The blog
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      Written by the wonderful Dan Clayton! Doyen of the English Language List, & editor & author of some great English Language text books and stuff.
  • The Guardian has been running some really useful material for ENGA2 recently
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      Also useful, of course for ENGB1 (gender), ENGB2 & ENGB4 (style models for original writing & media text - where language is a focus - and possible data/ideas for inverstigation), and ENGB3 - changing language use in representation of gender.
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I've entered a handful of recommended tags to the 'tag dictionary'. I think a resource like this has potential to be most useful if we are pretty systematic about tagging links in a way that is mos...

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