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The Grammar of Esperanto ebook

by Christopher Gledhill

The Grammar of Esperanto. Collocation and genre analysis.

The Grammar of Esperanto. Science as a collocation.

Gledhill, Christopher. The Grammar of Esperanto. A Corpus-based description.

Christopher Gledhill. The grammar of Esperanto : a corpus-based description. Christopher Gledhill.

Christopher Gledhill, Université Paris Diderot, UFR Etudes interculturelles et langues appliquées Department, Faculty Member.

Christopher Gledhill The Grammar of Esperanto: A Corpus-based Description. Its main aim is to demonstrate that Esperanto not only has complex system of etymology and word formation, but also of syntax and phraseology.

Its main aim is to demonstrate that Esperanto not only has a more complex system of word-formation, syntax and phraseology than is traditionally claimed. According to the corpus-based description by Gledhill ( 1998), the most frequent 6,000 words of the American Heritage Dictionary are rendered in Esperanto with approximately 850 roots. Released to the public for the first time in in 1887, Esperanto had its specific origins in the fertile brain. ISBN10 : 9781595691675, ISBN13 : 1595691677. A CORPUS-BASED DESCRIPTION Christopher Gledhill, University of St. Andrews.

Christopher J. GLEDHILL (naskiĝis en 1968 en Manĉestro) estas angla lekciisto, esploristo kaj esperantisto. A Corpus-Based Description (2000). Collocations in Science Writing (2000). Fundamentals of French Syntax (2003). Li studis juron en Aikso provenca (Francio) kaj doktoriĝis pri lingvistiko en 1995. Li estis universitata lekciisto pri sintakso kaj lingvistiko en Birmingham de 1994, pri la franca kaj lingvistiko en S-ta Andrews. Les constructions verbo-nominales en français et en espéranto : un cas spécifique de glissement phraséologique. En Peret Blumenthal & Salah Mejri (re. Zeitschrift für Französische Sprache und Literatur, Beiheft 36: 71-84.

This book provides a detailed description of Esperanto for linguists who are not familiar with the language. Its main aim is to demonstrate that Esperanto not only has complex system of etymology and word formation, but also of syntax and phraseology. Another aim is to determine to what extent the language has extended beyond its original conception in 1887. This work presents for the first time statistical and contextual analysis from a representative computer-based text archive using the latest techniques of corpus linguistics. Esperanto is an ideal object of study for linguists since it is the most widespread and best known example of an artificial language. In theory, Esperanto represents a regular, easily assimilated language designed for international use. Yet the language also came to be used socially among fellow enthusiasts, intellectually as a literary forum and politically for propaganda, especially in the communist era. Conservative estimates indicate 50,000 speakers, which is large by minority language standards. Yet Esperanto's status as a second language and ideological project has only recently attracted socio-linguistic fieldwork (Stocker 1995) and the language has undergone almost no critical linguistic analysis.
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Christopher Gledhill
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