eBook On the relations between spoken and written language with special reference to English download
by Henry Bradley
Author: Henry Bradley
Publisher: Folcroft Library Editions (1973)
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by. Bradley, Henry, 1845-1923. University of California Libraries. nrlf ucb:GLAD-151132570.
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We use visible symbols for the sounds of speech because spoken sounds are symbols of meaning. com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work.
Publisher: BiblioLife (August 15, 2009). ISBN-13: 978-1113353245. Product Dimensions: . x . inches.
Subject: Phonetic spelling. Subject: Spelling reform.
Reprint of the 1913 ed. which was published for the British Academy by H. Milford, Oxford University Press, London. From the Proceedings of the British Academy, vol. V. Classifications.
G. L. Brook, 'Varieties of English " Bulletin of the John Rylands Lihrary, LI (lg68-g) 271-gl, deals briefly with the varieties of English other than dialects.
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however, not be strictly comparable between the speaking and the writing situa-.
The. most important of these dimensions that covary with modality (speaking/ writing). self-references and references to their mental processes, use of direct quotes. however, not be strictly comparable between the speaking and the writing situa-.
The waste of time in education caused by the want of consistent relation between the written and the spoken word is a serious evil, which urgently calls for a remedy
The waste of time in education caused by the want of consistent relation between the written and the spoken word is a serious evil, which urgently calls for a remedy. After all, it is the interest of the learner, not that of the person who has mastered all the difficulties, that has the first claim to consideration.