English language and linguistics shares many of its writing conventions with those of other disciplines, but there are certain features and expectations that distinguish it as a subject. This book is written specifically to help undergraduate students of English language and linguistics develop the art of writing essays, projects and reports. Written by an author with over 30 years' experience of lecturing in the subject, it is a comprehensive and very readable resource and contains numerous discipline-related examples, practice exercises and an answer key. It includes chapters on referencing (including plagiarism, paraphrase and guidance on referencing styles), stylistic issues that often get overlooked, and writing a dissertation. The book offers practical guidance and a layout that guides students as they work though their project. It will be an invaluable reference tool that students can read cover to cover or dip into as and when required.Nevertheless, it happens frequently, as the first of our examples below illustrates. Making reference to specific linguistic ... This may be followed by a summary of those features and a transition into the second part of the essay. Here, featuresanbsp;...
|Title||:||Writing Essays in English Language and Linguistics|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2012-03-01|