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Giới thiệu 05 cuốn sách về ngôn ngữ Tiếng Anh.

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Giới thiệu 05 cuốn sách về ngôn ngữ Tiếng Anh.

Trong chuyên mục “Sách hay hàng tuần” kỳ này, Bộ phận Học liệu thuộc Trung tâm CNTT-TT&HL trân trọng giới thiệu tới bạn đọc 05 cuốn sách về ngôn ngữ Tiếng Anh. Đây là nguồn tư liệu tham khảo, tài liệu học tập và giảng dạy hữu ích cho các thầy cô, sinh viên.

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Dưới đây là một số thông tin về 05 cuốn sách này:

  1. First Language Acquisition

First Language Acquisition

Tables of contents:

1.Acquiring language: issues and questions; 

Part I. Getting Started: 

2. In conversation with children; 

3. Starting on language: perception; 

4. Early words; 

5. Sounds in words: production; 

6. Words and meanings; 

Part II. Constructions and Meanings: 

7. First combinations, first constructions; 

8. Modulating word meanings; 

9. Adding complexity within clauses; 

10. Combining clauses: more complex constructions; 

11. Constructing words; 

Part III. Using Language: 

12. Honing conversational skills; 

13. Doing things with language; 

14. Two languages at once; 

Part IV. Process in Acquisition: 

15. Specialization for language; 

16. Acquisition and change.

Tác giả: Eve V. Clark


Năm xuất bản: 2009

ISBN: 9780521514132

Đăng kí cá biệt: E.08454

Phân loại: 

Babies are not born talking, they learn language, starting immediately from birth. How does this process take place? When do children master the skills needed for using language successfully? What stages do they go through as they learn to understand and talk? Do the languages they learn affect the way they think? This edition of Eve Clark's highly successful textbook focuses on children's acquisition of a first language, the stages of development they go through, and how they use language as they learn. It reports on recent findings in each area covered, includes a completely new chapter on the acquisition of two languages and shows how speech to children differs by social class. Skilfully integrating actual data with coverage of current theories and debates, it is an essential guide to studying language acquisition for those working in linguistics, developmental psychology and cognitive science.

  1. Formal Semantics of Natural Language


Formal Semantics of Natural Language

Tables of contents:


Part I. Quantification in natural language: 

1. Adverbs of quantification David Lewis; 

2. Deletion and variable binding Barbara Hall Partee; 

3. A semantics for superficial and embedded questions in natural language R. D. Hull; 

4. Sortal quantification J. E. J. Altham and Neil W. Tennant; 

Part II. Reference and Cross Reference: 

5. Deixis as the source of reference John Lyons; 

6. Referential constraints on lexical items Pieter Seuren; 

7. On generics Osten Dahl; 

8. Quantifiers, definite descriptions and reference Colin Biggs; 

Part III. Intensional Logic and Syntactic Theory: 

9. Two theories about adjectives J. A. W. Kamp; 

10. Partial interpretations Franz Von Kutschera; 

11. Subcategorisation of adnominal and adverbial modifiers Renate Bartsch; 

12. Should generative semantics be related to intensional logic? Carl H. Heidrich; 13. Transformational semantics Arnim von Strechow; Part IV. Questioning Model Theoretic Semantics: 

14. Model theoretic semantics and natural language Nicholas Jardine; 

15. Model theory and linguistics Timothy C. Potts; Part V. Pragmatics and Sentences in Context: 

16. Pragmatics in natural logic George Lakoff; 

17. Changing the context Stephen Isard; 

18. Conditions of the use of sentences and a semantic representation of topic and focus Petr Sgall; 

19. Topics, sentence accent, ellipsis: a proposal for their formal treatment Theo Vennemann; 

20. Preference semantics Yorick Wilks; 

Part VI. Semantics and Surface Syntax: 

21. Arguments for assigning tense meanings after certain syntactic transformations apply Joseph Emonds; 

22. Towards a formal treatment of the phenomenon of aspect Catherine Fuchs and Jacques Rouault; 

23. On the relations between syntax and semantics Maurice Gross; 

24. Logical expressive power and syntactic variation in natural language Edward L. Keenan; 

25. Clausematiness John R. Ross.

Tác giả: Edward L. Keenan


Năm xuất bản: 2009

ISBN: 9780521111119

Đăng kí cá biệt: E.08457

Phân loại: 

A volume of studies in natural language semantics which brings together work by philosophers, logicians and linguists. The main topics treated are: quantification and reference in natural language; the relations between formal logic, programming languages and natural language; pragmatics and discourse meaning; surface syntax and logical meaning. The volume derives from a colloquium organised in 1973 by the Kings College Research Centre, Cambridge and the papers have been edited for publication by Professor Keenan. It is hoped that the collection will make available some of the best work in this fast-moving field and will stimulate further progress by juxtaposing the different approaches and interests represented here.

  1. Input and Interaction in Language Acquisition

Input and Interaction in Language Acquisition

Tables of contents:

List of figures; 

List of tables; 



Part I. General Issues: 

1. The language of primary caregivers Julian M. Pine; 

2. The changing role of negative evidence in theories of language development Jeffrey L. Sokolov and Catherine E. Snow; 

3. Crosslinguistic and crosscultural aspects of language addressed to children Elena V. M. Lieven; 

4. Child-directed speech and influences on language acquisition: methodology and interpretation Brian J. Richards; Part II. Specific Aspects Of Input And Interaction: 

5. The rest of the family: the role of fathers and siblings in early language development Michelle E. Barton and Michael Tomasello; 

6. Phonetic and prosodic aspects of baby talk Alan Cruttenden; 

7. Language learning at home and school Peter Geekie and Bridie Raban; 

Part III. Types Of Language Learner: 

8. Language interaction with atypical language learners Gina Conti-Ramsden; 

9. Interaction and childhood deafness Clare Gallaway and Bencie Woll; 

10. Input and interaction in second language acquisition Majorie Bingham Wesche; Conclusion; References; Author index; Subject index.

Tác giả: Edited by  Clare Gallaway , Brian J. Richards

Nhà xuất bản: Cambridge University Press

Năm xuất bản: 1994

ISBN: 9780521437257

Đăng kí cá biệt: E.08510

Phân loại: 

Language addressed to children, or 'Baby Talk', became the subject of research interest thirty years ago. Since then, the linguistic environment of infants and toddlers has been widely studied. Input and Interaction in Language Acquisition is an up-to-date statement of the facts and controversies surrounding 'Baby Talk', its nature and likely effects. With contributions from leading linguists and psychologists, it explores language acquisition in different cultures and family contexts, in typical and atypical learners, and in second and foreign language learners. It is designed as a sequel to the now famous Talking to Children, edited by Catherine Snow and Charles Ferguson, and Professor Snow here provides an introduction, comparing issues of importance in the field today with the previous concerns of researchers.

  1. English for International Banking and Finance (Guide for Teachers)

Introducing Metaphor

Tables of contents:


1. Metaphorical and figurative language 

2. Systems of metaphor 

3. Metaphor and word meaning 

4. Metaphor and idiom 

5. Metaphor, evaluation, and ideology 

6. Crosslinguistic and crosscultural aspects of metaphor 

7. Metaphor and journalism 

8. Metaphor, advertising, and lifestyles 

9. Metaphor and literature 

10. Researching metaphor. 

Annotated further reading. 




Tác giả:  Murray Knowles &  Rosamund Moon

Nhà xuất bản:ROUTLEDGE(Taylor & Francis Ltd)

Năm xuất bản: 2006

ISBN: 9780415278003



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