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by Mario Pei

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ISBN:
0397302630
Author:
Mario Pei
Category:
Words Language & Grammar
Language:
English
Publisher:
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (June 1, 1960)
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Pei was born in Rome, Italy, and emigrated to the United States with his parents in 1908. By the time that he was out of high school, he spoke not only English and his native Italian but also French and had studied Latin as well.

by. Mario Pei. Publication date. Book Source: Digital Library of India Item 2015. author: Mario Pei d. ate. te: 2004-04-16 d. citation: 1949 d. dentifier: RMSC, IIIT-H d. dentifier. origpath: 59 d. copyno: 1 d.

But, you probably wanted to hear about the book, not me. It's utterly charming, not theoretically fashionable, and fun to read. And there you have it.

Publication year: 1968. Contributors: Mario Pei.

By Mario Pei. No cover image. By Mario Pei. Publication year: 1968.

ISBN13:9780397302635.

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Mario Andrew Pei, (1901-1978), linguista e philosopho de linguage, comenciava su carriera de inseniante a City College de New York

Mario Andrew Pei, (1901-1978), linguista e philosopho de linguage, comenciava su carriera de inseniante a City College de New York. Nascite in Roma, Italia, Mario Pei, assi como multe italianos de ille epocha, veniva con su familia a New York City in 1908.

A dictionary of linguistics.

  • Swift Summer
The classic must first-read for anyone interested in psycholinguistics.
  • Onaxan
Very interesting view of communication which makes you marvel about this human invention. This should be required reading for high school English.
  • Frdi
background for academic minds
  • grand star
Okay, it's by someone you've never heard of, but still.... This was the first book I ever read about linguistics. Until I read this, I thought I was the only weirdo in the world who thought about language a lot. After reading this, I took my first course in linguistics, which lead to me dropping my premed major and getting a graduate degree in linguistics. Fifteen years later, I am happily employed in natural language processing.
But, you probably wanted to hear about the book, not me. It's utterly charming, not theoretically fashionable, and fun to read.
And there you have it.

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