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Linguistics and Languages (14)

 

The Battle of the Languages: English Won French 0? David Bond

 

A Critical examination of the account of the definite article in Quirk et al.'s A Comprehensive Grammar of the English Language (1985) Amorey Gethin

 

A Critical examination of the account of some and any (and their compounds) in Quirk et al.'s A Comprehensive Grammar of the English Language (1985) Amorey Gethin

 

A Critical examination of the account of some and any in Cambridge Grammar of English (2006) by Ronald Carter and Michael McCarthy Amorey Gethin

 

A Critical examination of the account of some and any in The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language by Rodney Huddleston and Geoffrey K. Pullum et al. Amorey Gethin

 

A Critical examination of the account of stress in word combinations in Cambridge Grammar of English (2006) by Ronald Carter and Michael McCarthy Amorey Gethin

Donald Kenrick as Polyglot: could he be replaced by a machine? Erik V. Gunnemark

 

Language, Linguistics and Philosophy Michael Bulley

 

The Mirage of Linguistics Amorey Gethin

 

The Origin of Language George Wells

 

Reprieve for Babel Neil Birrell

 

some and any Amorey Gethin

 

There Ain't No Grammaticality Here Michael Bulley

 

The Truth about some and any, and Some Thoughts it Prompted on Meanings, Grammatical Categories, and Academic Grammars Amorey Gethin (first published in English Today, March 2011)

 

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