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Introductory Linguistics for Speech and Language Therapy Practice
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1 Introduction 1 2 Words and Non-words 10 3 Word Meaning 25 4 Sentence Meaning 41 5 Parts of Speech 53 6 Word Structure 85 7 Sentence Structure 1: Phrases and Clauses 107 8 Sentence Structure 2: Constructions and Main Clauses 135 9 Sentence Structure 3: Subordinate Clauses and Sentences 153 10 Sentence Structure 4: Non-finite Clauses 169 11 Language in Use 1: Deixis and Reference 181 12 Language in Use 2: Frames and Scripts, Metaphor and Irony, Implicature, Explicature 204 13 Language in Use 3: Speech Acts, Conversation 223 14 Narrative 1: Introduction ? Coherence and Cohesion 248 15 Narrative 2: Given and New, Theme, Focus 261 16 Narrative 3: Syntax and the Organisation of Text 279 17 Conclusion 297 Appendix A: Islands of Reliability for Determining Parts of Speech 299 Appendix B: SLT Resources Referenced in This Text 302 Answers to Exercises 306 Annotated Bibliography 343 Index 345

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Jan McAllister, Senior Lecturer, University of East Anglia, UK Jim Miller, Emeritus Professor, University of Edinburgh, UK

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