EG33 (ENG119) The Structure of English
Course Outline for This
You will find an on-line copy of the course outline for spring 2005 semester
when you click on this link.
Resources for Language Study (from Clark, Eschholz, and Rosa)
A catalog of more than 6,700 languages spoken in 228 countries. The Ethnologue
Name Index lists over 39,000 language names, dialect names, and alternate names.
The Language Family Index organizes languages according to language families.
Formerly called The Human-Languages Page. A comprehensive catalog of language-
related resources. Includes over 2000 peer-reviewed links to online language lessons,
translating dictionaries, native literature, translation services, software, language
schools, and all sorts of language information.
Links Related to the History of the English Language
(Very) Brief History of the English Language
Use this informative page as a supplement to the chapters on the English language
in our texts.
Links Related to the Linguistics and Grammar of English
of the Shuttle
Scroll down and click onto the LINGUISTICS hyperlink and discover a world of linguistics
and language related links.
English Grammar FAQ
Fascinating discussion about the nuts and bolts of English grammar.
Bytes: Interactive Grammar Review
Humorous and highly useful site for reviewing all levels of English grammar. Try It!!!
to Grammar and Writing
Provides practical advice on the sentence, paragraph, and essay levels. You may find the
sentence level area particularly helpful concerning the POS.
refdesk.com: Grammar, Usage, and
Provides links to many grammar and style guides, including those maintained by college
and university writing centers across the nation, and to intriguing word lists.
Grammar, Good Style
Maintained by the Professional Training Company, this site provides over 100 pages of useful
articles and FAQs.
Links Related to American Sign Language
A Basic Dictionary of ASL Terms
A Practical Sign Language Dictionary Online
Resource Library: About
American Sign Language
Contains interesting information about the linguistics of ASL and about ASL as a "foreign"
or "international" sign language
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