The German Language: A Linguistic Introduction

The German Language: A Linguistic Introduction

Jean Boase-Beier, Ken R. Lodge


The German Language introduces scholars of German to a linguistic approach of taking a look at the language. Written from a Chomksyan standpoint, this quantity covers the fundamental structural elements of the German language: syntax, morphology, phonetics, phonology, and the lexicon.

* Explores the linguistic constitution of German from present theoretical views.
* Written from a Chomksyan viewpoint, this quantity covers the fundamental structural elements of the German language: syntax, morphology, phonetics, phonology, and the lexicon.
* Serves as a necessary source for college students of German language and literature and for linguists with very little heritage within the language.
* contains routines, definitions of keyword phrases, and recommendations for additional reading.

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