Title Language For Everybody: What It Is And How To Master It.
Book Condition Softcover. Good condition.
Edition Reprint Edition. A Signet Reference Book.
Publisher The New American Library, New York: 1956.
Seller ID 67381X1
In this fascinating, colorful book, the author describes how you can master effective English speech, and explains the dynamics of learning a new language. He includes maps and charts tracing the spread of ancient languages, and a linguistic map of Manhattan. This is the book you need if you want to know what to say, why you say it, and how to say it best. Includes an Index. "Goes back into our linguistic ancestry and shows why our language is what it is today . . . a major contribution . . . fascinating . . . exciting." - Modern Language Journal
(Key Words: English Language, Mario Pei, Vowels, Vocabulary, Semitic Languages, Meaning, Monosyllabic Words, Latin, Hebrew, British English, Basque Language, Arabic).