Language in Use: Cognitive and Discourse Perspectives on Language and Language Learning
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Publisher: Georgetown University Press 2005
Number of pages: 230
Language in Use creatively brings together, for the first time, perspectives from cognitive linguistics, language acquisition, discourse analysis, and linguistic anthropology. The unifying theme is studying how language is used in context and explores how language is shaped by the nature of human cognition and social-cultural activity.
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