This volume is a comprehensive grammar of the Turkish language, suitable both for students of the Turkish language and linguistic scholars. It explores all aspects of Turkish, from basic pronunciation to sentence structure and advanced topics such as relative and embedded clauses.
"This book presents a comprehensive study of nearly 100 of Kaaroor's short stories. Kaaroor Neelakanta Pillai is one among the Big Six of the 'new wave' in Malayalam literature which began in the mid-1940s.
Banter, chit-chat, gossip, natter, tete-a-tete: these are just a few of the terms for the varied ways in which we interact with one another through conversation. David Crystal explores the factors that motivate so many different kinds of talk and reveals the rules we use unconsciously, even in the most routine exchanges of everyday conversation.
Hagit (Professor of Linguistics, Professor of Linguistics, Queen Mary University of London) Borer & Artemis (Professor of English Linguistics, Professor of English Linguistics, Humboldt University Berlin) Alexiadou