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by Yan Huang

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Author: Yan Huang
ISBN: 0198235291
ISBN13: 978-0198235293
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (November 9, 2000)
Pages: 416
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Huang's book makes an important contribution tothe understanding of anaphora and related issues. Series: Oxford Studies in Typology and Linguistic Theory. Paperback: 416 pages.

Huang's book makes an important contribution tothe understanding of anaphora and related issues. it is also a very good reference source, enlightening those who have always wanted to know what, for example, "sluicing", "pseudo-gapping", or "return-pop" means, but have not dared to as. Linguistic Typology. Yan Huang is Reader in Linguistics, Department of Linguistic Science, University of Reading.

Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000. The empirical base for this study is provided by previously unpublished data from a longitudinal corpus of phonetically transcribed speech from four English-learning children (Compton and Streeter (1977)). Evidence for this view of development as constraint reranking is found in a comparison of the prosodic structure of child and adult English and in a developmental change in the application of consonant harmony; minimal violation in the child system itself occurs in the patterns of content preservation displayed by truncations.

Yan Huang, Anaphora: a cross-linguistic study. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000. JEANETTE K. GUNDEL (a1). University of Minnesota. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 31 March 2005. Export citation Request permission.

Demonstrative pronouns in Spanish : a discourse-based study. Unarticulated constituents and neo-Gricean pragmatics. Some non-canonical switch reference systems and the fundamental functions of switch reference. Timothy Jowan Curnow.

Linguistic and social typology: The Austronesian migrations and phoneme inventories.

Yan Huang is Reader in Linguistics, Department of Linguistic Science, University of Reading

Yan Huang is Reader in Linguistics, Department of Linguistic Science, University of Reading. Библиографические данные. Yan Huang, Professor of Linguistics Yan Huang. Издание: иллюстрированное. Oxford University Press, 2000.

Anaphora is at the centre of work on the interface between syntax, semantics and pragmatics.

A Cross-linguistic study. 5 takes up switch reference and discourse anaphora for discussion. To evaluate Huang’s book in a single statement is not possible. Pp. 396. ISBN: 0-19-823528-3. It certainly is, in the words of its author, an extensive overview of the major contemporary issues surrounding anaphora, and in this respect it is an excellent and recommendable reference work. But such a breadth of coverage has its trade-offs. Readers who are looking for a coherent treatment of anaphora may have expected something slightly different.

Anaphora: A Cross-linguistic Study (Oxford Studies in Typology and Linguistic Theory). 0198235291 (ISBN13: 9780198235293).

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Understanding any communication depends on the listener or reader recognizing that some words refer to what has already been said or written (his, its, he, there, etc.). This mode of reference, anaphora, involves complicated cognitive and syntactic processes, which people usually perform unerringly, but which present formidable problems for the linguist and cognitive scientist trying to explain precisely how comprehension is achieved. Yan Huang provides an extensive and accessible overview of the major contemporary issues surrounding anaphora and gives a critical survey of the many and diverse contemporary approaches to it. He provides by far the fullest cross-linguistic account yet published: Dr Huang's survey and analysis are based on a rich collection of data drawn from around 450 of the world's languages.
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