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  • | pagename = Descriptive linguistics | abc = Descriptive Linguistics
    787 bytes (73 words) - 08:52, 26 September 2007
  • | [[Descriptive linguistics]]
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Descriptive linguistics]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • {{r|Descriptive linguistics}}
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  • ...do research in some fields of linguistics, predominantly computational and descriptive linguistics. At present, I am director of the Distance Education Center of the Universi
    926 bytes (146 words) - 17:20, 31 March 2007
  • '''Descriptive linguistics''' is the work of analyzing and describing how [[language]] is spoken (or h ...ions. Almost all linguistic theory has its origin in practical problems of descriptive linguistics. [[Phonology]] (and its theoretical developments, such as the [[phoneme]])
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  • ...l-language speakers to generate meaningful utterances, as well as by the [[Descriptive linguistics|descriptivist]] model, which regards actual utterances, and the variable us
    994 bytes (140 words) - 13:52, 9 March 2015
  • ..., because the history of a word can give important clues to its meaning, [[descriptive linguistics|description]] and [[linguistic prescriptivism|prescribed]] use.
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  • Whereas theoretical linguistics is concerned with finding and [[descriptive linguistics|describing]] generalities both within particular languages and among all la
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  • {{r|Descriptive linguistics}}
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  • {{rpl|Descriptive linguistics}}
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  • ...ly valid, whether or not they conform to the ostensible 'standard'. This [[Descriptive linguistics|descriptive]] view is often at odds with everyday uses of the word 'grammar ...on ones are ''[[Linguistic prescriptivism|prescriptive grammar]]'' and ''[[Descriptive linguistics|descriptive grammar]]''. Prescriptive grammar attempts to codify the rules
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  • | [[Descriptive linguistics]]
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  • ...o one of the most dynamic and attractive frameworks within theoretical and descriptive linguistics The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics is a major new reference that
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  • {{main|Descriptive linguistics}} For example, a [[descriptive linguistics|descriptive linguist]] working in [[English language|English]] would descri
    22 KB (3,259 words) - 00:37, 31 August 2008
  • Whereas theoretical linguistics is concerned with finding and [[descriptive linguistics|describing]] generalities both within particular languages and among all la ...that "bad" usage is unsystematic). Within the context of [[fieldwork]], [[descriptive linguistics]] refers to the study of language using a descriptivist approach. Descripti
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  • ...ich often does correspond to the history of the language, but not to its [[descriptive linguistics|synchronic]] reality).
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