Grammatical and Lexical Variance in English
Longman, 1995 - 220 páginas
This volume addresses the two extremes of grammatical and lexical variance. One is at the societal end of linguistic experience and the other concerns the more technical matter of the detailed specific and individual realisations of variation.
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the global context
Variance and the concept of good usage
Language varieties and standard language
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