The American Way of Spelling: The Structure and Origins of American English Orthography
Guilford Press, 23.07.1999 - 288 Seiten
This book covers a broad range of topics, from the historical origins of the 26 letters to the regularities and irregularities of spelling in food and drink words, and ending with the rules of spelling.
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A CELEBRATION OF VARIATION
THE SOUND SYSTEM
THE WRITING SYSTEM
ORIGINS AND EVOLUTIONS
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