Parts of speech; essays on English, by Brander Matthews.


New York, C. Scribner's Sons, 1901.

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Subjects Americanisms.
English language.
Spelling reform.
Description 350 pages 19 cm
Copyright Date 1901.
Notes The stock that speaks the language.-The future of the language.-The English language in the United States.-The language in Great Britain.-Americanisms once more.-New Words and old.-The naturalization of foreign words.-The function of slang.-Questions of usage.-An inquiry as to rime.-On the poetry of place-names.-As to "American spelling."--The simplification of English spelling.-Americanism, an attempt at a definition.
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Contents The stock that speaks the language.-The future of the language.-The English language in the United States.-The language in Great Britain.-Americanisms once more.-New Words and old.-The naturalization of foreign words.-The function of slang.-Questions of usage.-An inquiry as to rime.-On the poetry of place-names.-As to "American spelling."-The simplification of English spelling.-Americanism, an attempt at a definition.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)6895331
(OCoLC)ocm06895331
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WorldCat Identities Matthews, Brander, 1852-1929.
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