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An Introduction to Irish English (EQUINOX TEXTBOOKS  SURVEYS IN LINGUISTICS) e-book

Author:

Carolina P. Amador Moreno

Language:

English

Category:

Reference

Subcategory:

Words Language & Grammar

ePub size:

1120 kb

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Rating:

4.5

Publisher:

Equinox Publishing Limited (December 31, 2010)

Pages:

202

ISBN:

1845533712

An Introduction to Irish English (EQUINOX TEXTBOOKS SURVEYS IN LINGUISTICS) e-book

by Carolina P. Amador Moreno


Books and Journals in Humanities, Social Science and Performing Arts. An Introduction to Irish English. The book creates a wonderful balance between the theory and the Irish English data.

Books and Journals in Humanities, Social Science and Performing Arts. Carolina Amador-Moreno. Universidad de Extremadura. Lecturer & Vice-dean of International Relations. This is an excellent book, well written in an engaging style. It will be attractive to the audience of people interested in the study of Irish English.

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This book is a general introduction to the English spoken in Ireland, its most characteristic features, and its historical development.

An Introduction to Irish English 25% Discou nt Carolina P. Amador-Moreno ‘The book creates a wonderful balance between the theory and the Irish English data.

Carolina P. Amador-Moreno describes her book as a starting point for those interested in the subject matter (viii), pointing out that the features she presents as characteristic of Irish English may be attested in other varieties. This seems especially true in the chapter on pragmatics, where virtually all of the features will be familiar, at least for optional use, to speakers of other varieties. The discussion throughout is clear and uncomplicated, generally devoid of issues of theory, and amply supplemented by relevant interactive activities.

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This book is a general introduction to the English spoken in Ireland, its most characteristic features, and its historical development. It provides a practical introduction to the topic of Irish English (also known as Hiberno-English), the variety of English that arose in Ireland as a consequence of contact between the Irish and the English languages. As well as looking at the specific examples where substratum from Irish can be observed, the book analyses other features unique to Irish English, from different perspectives (taking into account, for example, the pragmatic implications of certain syntactic structures in current spoken Irish English). It offers the reader a comprehensive coverage of the history and most salient features of this variety of English, while discussing key concepts such as bilingualism and language shift. The material is presented in a simple and accessible manner. It encourages the reader to discuss and think critically about some of the topics and to use the last section of each chapter as a basis for further investigation. An Introduction to Irish English contains exercises and practical activities with each chapter, as well as suggestions for further reading. It deals with both real data and fictional representations of this variety and it includes excerpts from Literature, media and film scripts, as well as other contexts, including everyday conversation, political debates, newspapers, e-mail, blogs, etc.

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