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Linguistics books thread Student 08/25/2020 (Tue) 11:08:27 ID: 998b36 No.328
Place to discuss books dedicated to the science and art behind linguistics. Books to get started: >The Language Instinct (Pinker) >Symbolic Species (Deacon) >Lost Languages (Robinson) >An Introduction To Language (Fromkin, Rodman, Hyams) Feel free to ask for recommendations or leave suggestions.
>>328 I've never heard about these, but they sure sound interesting. Which one should I pick up first?
If you're simultaneously interested in general linguistics and Japanese specifically, this book is great. Beyond being an interesting look into the history of Japanese, I learned a lot that is applicable to modern Japanese as well, and often use this book as a resource when studying modern Japanese.
>>338 >being a weeb pathetic
>>340 >Being a one-language pony Badetic
>speaking Japanese makes you a weeb I bet you're more of a weeb than I am.
>>338 I own that book, seconding your recommendation
>>340 kek. where do you think you are, newfriend?
Any good ones for German by chance?
how different are languages from each others?
im so eager to know alot of languages...
how popular is this board
>>438 very >>440 Not very
>>440 We don't get many users posting stuff here, but I see a lot of people watching the /icup/ matches rooting for /lang/. Perhaps it needs more content?
Any books on psycholinguistics and/or languages?

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