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Contents
Arabic (including dialects) ................................................................................................................................................ 2
Burmese and Cambodian ................................................................................................................................................. 4
Chinese ................................................................................................................................................................................. 5
Dutch .................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Finnish .................................................................................................................................................................................. 7
French ................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
German ................................................................................................................................................................................ 9
Greek .................................................................................................................................................................................. 10
Italian ................................................................................................................................................................................. 11
Japanese ............................................................................................................................................................................ 12
Latin .................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Persian ............................................................................................................................................................................... 14
Polish .................................................................................................................................................................................. 15
Portuguese ........................................................................................................................................................................ 16
Russian ............................................................................................................................................................................... 17
Spanish .............................................................................................................................................................................. 18
Swahili ................................................................................................................................................................................ 19
Welsh .................................................................................................................................................................................. 20
Reference ........................................................................................................................................................................... 21
Language Teaching and Learning ................................................................................................................................ 24
Index ................................................................................................................................................................................... 26
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ARABIC (INCLUDING DIALECTS)
2nd Edition • NEW EDITION
TEXTBOOK
Modern Written Arabic
Arabic-English-Arabic Translation
A Comprehensive Grammar
Issues and Strategies
EL SAID BADAWI, Michael Carter, Honorary Professor at
Sydney University, Australia and Adrian Gully, The University
of Melbourne, Australia
Series: Routledge Comprehensive Grammars
This provides a complete reference guide to the grammar of
modern Arabic.
This revised and corrected edition presents an accessible and
systematic description of the language, focusing on real patterns
of use in contemporary written Arabic, from street signs to
literature.
This comprehensive work remains an invaluable resource for
intermediate and advanced students of Arabic and anyone
interested in Arabic linguistics and the way modern standard Arabic works.
Features include: comprehensive coverage of all parts of speech, real-life examples, full
cross-referencing, authentic examples in Arabic script, transliteration and translation, a
detailed index.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning, Middle Eastern Languages and Arabic
April 2015: 832pp
Hb: 978-0-415-66748-7: $210.00
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Ronak Husni, American University of Sharjah, UAE. and
Daniel L. Newman, Durham University, UK
This is an accessible coursebook for intermediate to advanced
students and practitioners of Arabic-English-Arabic translation.
It offers informed guidance on the most effective methods to
deal with translation issues, enabling users to develop deeper
insights and enhance their translation skills. Features include:
focus on Arabic-English translation in both directions; coverage
of the core issues of phraseology, language variation and
translation, legal translation and translation technology;
authentic sample texts supported by examples of translation
strategies and commentaries to showcase best practice and
methodology; many exercises; recommending reading; glossary
and bibliography.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning/ Arabic
June 2015: 248pp
Hb: 978-0-415-47884-7: $144.00
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TEXTBOOK
Speed up your Arabic
Arabic-English-Arabic Legal Translation
Hanem El-Farahaty, University of Leeds, UK
Strategies to Avoid Common Errors
This textbook examines the linguistic problems of translating
legal discourse from Arabic into English and vice versa. Using a
comparative-contrastive approach and corpus-based research,
it analyses parallel authentic documents to look at the legal
features of both languages and uncover the different translation
techniques used. In so doing, the book answers the following
questions: what are the similarities and differences between
English and Arabic legal discourse? What are the common
problem areas of legal translation in general and legal translation
between English and Arabic legal texts? What are the techniques
for translating these problem areas on the lexical and syntactic
Sebastian Maisel, Grand Valley State University, USA
Series: Speed up your Language Skills
Speed Up Your Arabic is a unique and innovative resource that
identifies and explains the most commonly made errors,
enabling intermediate students to learn from their mistakes and
enhance their understanding of the Arabic language.
Key features: carefully selected grammar topics and examples
based on the most commonly made errors; comprehensive
explanations of the most difficult grammar points help learners
gain an in-depth understanding of Arabic grammar and usage;
exercises throughout reinforce learning and link theory to
practice, complete answer key makes it ideal for self-study.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning/ Arabic
March 2015: 230pp
Hb: 978-0-415-66053-2: $145.00
Pb: 978-0-415-66055-6: $50.95
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READER
levels?
Routledge
Market: Arabic/ Translation
December 2014: 190pp
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The Routledge Intermediate Arabic Reader
Yousef Omar, School of Oriental and African Studies,
University of London, UK and Hebatalla Mohy El Din Salem,
American University in Cairo, Egypt
Series: Routledge Modern Language Readers
The Routledge Intermediate Arabic Reader consists of twenty
authentic readings graded on the basis of complexity of
vocabulary, grammar and syntax. It presents a range of text types
which represent modern Arabic writing including literary extracts,
articles by distinguished writers from the Arab world, texts from
modern novels and texts from current affairs media. Key features:
vocabulary lists for quick reference, short grammar explanations
of any complicated structures, further reading after each extract,
full glossary at the back, answer key.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning/ Arabic
June 2015: 302pp
Hb: 978-0-415-51029-5: $145.00
Pb: 978-0-415-51030-1: $49.95
eBook: 978-1-315-69771-0
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The Integrated Approach to Arabic Instruction
Munther Younes, Cornell University, USA
Leading Arabic teacher Munther Younes explores the realities
of teaching Arabic as a foreign language. This book presents an
integrated Arabic program that introduces the two varieties,
Modern Standard Arabic and the dialect, simultaneously. It
presents the current Arabic sociolinguistic situation, and
considers the changing needs of students. Younes presents his
approach, rationale, features, implementation, and use of
instructional materials in the classroom, and its advantages over
alternative practices. Aimed at teachers of Arabic, this pedagogy
is seen as the most logical, effective and economical way to
teach students how to deal successfully with the Arabic diglossic
situation.
Routledge
Market: Arabic/ Language Teaching and Pedagogy
October 2014: 66pp
Hb: 978-1-138-82230-6: $145.00
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ARABIC (INCLUDING DIALECTS)
TEXTBOOK
Arabiyyat al-Naas (Part One)
An Introductory Course in Arabic
Munther Younes, Cornell University, USA, Makda
Weatherspoon, Cornell University, USA and Maha Saliba
Foster, University of Denver, USA.
This book offers a groundbreaking introduction to Arabic for
classroom use and independent study. It combines a rigorous
grounding in Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) with an integration
of the spoken variety used in everyday situations in Syria,
Lebanon, Jordan and Palestine. Introducing the two
simultaneously and building on shared features, the book uses
each in its proper context: Levantine for conversations and MSA
for reading and writing activities.
Features include: theme-based units covering the core topics expected in a first-year Arabic
course; stimulating activities and exercises; free DVD; free website with multimedia instructor
and student resources; clear grammar explanations.
Routledge
Market: Arabic/ Language Learning
September 2013: 388pp
Pb: 978-0-415-51693-8: $77.95
eBook: 978-0-203-74457-4
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TEXTBOOK
Arabiyyat al-Naas (Part Two)
An Intermediate Course in Arabic
Munther Younes, Cornell University, USA and Hanada
Al-Masri, Denison University, USA
This book for second year students of Arabic builds further on
the rigorous and innovative approach to Arabic used in Part One
of the Arabiyyat al-Naas series. It covers both Modern Standard
Arabic and the spoken Levantine variety used in everyday
situations in Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and Palestine, reflecting
authentic use of the language by native speakers.
Features include: thorough coverage of listening, speaking,
writing and reading skills; stimulating activities and exercises;
listening sections with folktales from the Arab oral tradition;
humorous, realistic dialogues; a variety of reading passages; free website; free audio; focus
on deepening understanding of Arab society and culture
Routledge
Market: Arabic/ Language Learning
September 2013: 436pp
Pb: 978-0-415-50908-4: $77.95
eBook: 978-0-203-12473-4
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TEXTBOOK
Arabiyyat al-Naas (Part Three)
An Advanced Course in Arabic
Munther Younes, Cornell University, USA and Yomna
Chami, Cornell University, USA
rd
This advanced book for 3 year students of Arabic builds further
on the rigorous and innovative approach to Arabic used in Parts
I and II of the Arabiyyat al-Naas series. It covers both Modern
Standard Arabic and the spoken Levantine variety used in Syria,
Lebanon, Jordan and Palestine, reflecting authentic use of the
language by educated native speakers. Features include:
thorough coverage of listening, speaking, writing and reading
skills; a wide range of reading passages including extracts from
contemporary sources such as Al Jazeera, BBC Arabic and Dar
al-Shorouk; free website; free audio; stimulating activities and exercises; attention to issues
relevant to Arab society and culture.
Routledge
Market: Arabic/ Language Learning
April 2014: 360pp
Pb: 978-0-415-50901-5: $75.95
eBook: 978-0-203-12471-0
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BURMESE AND CAMBODIAN
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Colloquial Burmese
The Complete Course for Beginners
San San Hnin Tun, Cornell University, USA and Patrick
McCormick
Series: Colloquial Series
Colloquial Burmese provides a step-by-step course in Burmese
as it is written and spoken today. No prior knowledge of the
language is required. Key features include: progressive coverage
of speaking, listening, reading and writing skills; structured,
jargon-free explanations of grammar; an extensive range of
exercises; realistic and entertaining dialogues covering a broad
variety of scenarios; useful vocabulary lists; review chapters at
intervals throughout the text providing motivational checklists
of language points covered; an overview of the sounds of
Burmese; full answer key and glossary at the back of the book;
audio recording by native speakers.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning / Burmese
June 2014: 290pp
Pb: 978-0-415-51726-3: $48.95
eBook: 978-0-203-12386-7
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Colloquial Cambodian
The Complete Course for Beginners (New Edition)
Chhany Sak-Humphry, The University of Hawaii, USA
Series: Colloquial Series
Colloquial Cambodian equips learners with the essential skills
needed to communicate effectively in Cambodian. No prior
knowledge of the language is required. Each unit presents a
wealth of grammatical points reinforced with a range of exercises
for practice. There are many dialogues covering a wide variety
of situations. An answer key, a grammar summary and bilingual
glossaries can be found at the back as well as useful vocabulary
lists throughout. Accompanying audio material is available to
purchase separately in CD or MP3 format, or comes included in
the great value pack.
Routledge
Market: Language learners Cambodian
April 2015: 334pp
Pb: 978-0-415-52407-0: $48.95
eBook: 978-0-203-12065-1
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CHINESE
2nd Edition • TEXTBOOK
TEXTBOOK
Modern Mandarin Chinese Grammar Workbook
Understanding the Chinese Language
Claudia Ross, College of the Holy Cross, Massachusetts, USA,
Jing-Heng Sheng Ma, Wellesley College, Massachusetts,
USA, Baozhang He, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester,
Massachussetts and Pei-Chia Chen, University of California,
San Diego, USA
Series: Modern Grammar Workbooks
The Workbook initially provides exercises based on essential
grammatical structures, and moves on to practise everyday
functions such as making introductions and expressing needs.
Features include: exercises graded according to difficulty,
cross-referencing to the related Modern Mandarin Chinese
Grammar, topical exercises to develop vocabulary, answer key, revised and expanded
exercises in this new edition.
Suitable for all levels, it can be used both independently and alongside the Modern Mandarin
Chinese Grammar
Routledge
Market: Language Learning
July 2014: 354pp
Pb: 978-0-415-83488-9: $44.95
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A Comprehensive Linguistic Introduction
Chris Shei, Swansea University, UK
This is an accessible and comprehensive introduction to
contemporary Chinese linguistics. It uses clear, full descriptions
and vivid, modern examples to systematically take students
through the phonology, vocabulary, grammar, discourse
structures and pragmatics of modern Chinese. No prior
knowledge of Chinese or linguistics is required. Features include:
user-friendly comparisons and contrasts between English and
Chinese throughout; many helpful examples, diagrams and
tables; examples drawn from real-life contemporary sources;
pioneering coverage of Chinese new words; free companion
website. This is essential for undergraduate and postgraduate
students taking courses in Chinese linguistics.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning/ Linguistics/ Chinese
July 2014: 384pp
Hb: 978-0-415-63486-1: $168.00
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2nd Edition • TEXTBOOK
TEXTBOOK
Modern Mandarin Chinese Grammar
A History of the Chinese Language
Hongyuan Dong, George Washington University, USA
A Practical Guide
Claudia Ross, College of the Holy Cross, Massachussetts,
USA and Jing-heng Sheng Ma, Wellesley College,
Massachusetts, USA
Series: Modern Grammars
This is an innovative reference guide to Mandarin Chinese,
combining traditional and function-based grammar in a single
volume. All grammar points and functions are richly illustrated
with examples in simplified characters, traditional characters,
and romanization (Pinyin). The emphasis is on contemporary
Mandarin and areas of particular difficulty for learners of
Mandarin. This is the ideal reference grammar for learners of
Mandarin Chinese at all levels, from elementary to advanced. A
companion workbook is available featuring exercises and activities.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning
June 2014: 404pp
Hb: 978-0-415-82715-7: $145.00
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This book provides a chronological introductory overview of the
historical development of the Chinese language from its
proto-Sino-Tibetan roots in pre-historic times to Modern
Standard Chinese. It examines the origins of Chinese culture and
its development through the lens of linguistic change, covering
Chinese phonology, syntax and semantics. It also integrates
cultural materials from different disciplines, such as anthropology,
history and sociolinguistics, and highlights the historical context
behind each era. A free companion website will also be available.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning/ Linguistics/ Chinese
April 2014: 204pp
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TEXTBOOK
2nd Edition • TEXTBOOK
Modern Mandarin Grammar and Workbook Bundle
The Routledge Advanced Chinese Multimedia
Course
Series: Modern Grammars
Modern Mandarin Grammar: A Practical Guide is the ideal reference grammar for learners of
Mandarin Chinese at all levels, from elementary to advanced. No prior knowledge of
grammatical terminology is assumed and a glossary of grammatical terms is provided. This
bundle includes Modern Mandarin Grammar: A Practical Guide and the companion workbook
Modern Mandarin Chinese Grammar Workbook which features related exercises and activities.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning/ Chinese
June 2014
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Crossing Cultural Boundaries
Kunshan Carolyn Lee, Duke University, USA, Hsin-hsin
Liang, University of Virginia, USA, Liwei Jiao, University of
Pennsylvania, USA and Julian K Wheatley, Tulane University,
USA
An multimedia course for advanced students of Chinese, this
book helps to develop both strong language skills and cultural
literacy. It covers popular culture, social change, cultural
traditions and politics and history. Features include: free website;
free audio; detailed grammar points; exercises to develop
knowledge of grammar and the character writing system;
systematic review of earlier material to ensure consolidation of
learning; extensive cultural and historical notes to provide
background to the subjects presented. This revised 2nd edition also offers expanded lessons
for better learning outcomes, a wider range of examples and improved exercises.
Routledge
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March 2014: 370pp
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DUTCH
TEXTBOOK
Modern Dutch Grammar
A Practical Guide
Jenneke Oosterhoff, The University of Minnesota, USA
Series: Modern Grammars
Dutch Grammar: A Practical Guide is an innovative reference guide
to Dutch, combining traditional and function-based grammar
in a single volume. With a strong emphasis on contemporary
usage, all grammar points and functions are richly illustrated
with examples.
The Grammar is divided into two parts. Part A covers traditional
grammatical categories such as nouns and verbs. Part B is
carefully organized around language functions and contexts
such as giving and seeking information, describing processes
and results and expressing attitudes.
This Grammar is complemented by a companion website featuring related exercises and
activities to reinforce learning.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning/ Dutch
December 2014: 288pp
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TEXTBOOK
Dutch Translation in Practice
Jane Fenoulhet, University College London, UK and Alison
Martin, University of Reading, UK.
This book examines Dutch translation. It introduces students to
essential concepts in translation studies, heightens their
awareness of the problems posed, and teaches them how to
tackle these difficulties successfully. Themes covered include
contemporary culture, city life, business and digital media. There
are authentic extracts drawn from recent Dutch texts throughout,
used to illustrate and practise various translation issues, and
many open translation exercises. The book also offers practice
passages with corresponding ‘perfect’ sample translations. It is
ideal for students on upper-level undergraduate, postgraduate
or professional courses in Translation Studies and Dutch.
Routledge
Market: Translation/ Dutch
October 2014: 198pp
Hb: 978-0-415-67237-5: $150.00
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2nd Edition
The New Routledge & Van Dale Dutch Dictionary
Dutch-English and English-Dutch
This comprehensive two-way dictionary is ideal for Dutch
language learners and users at all levels. Key features include:
24,000 + Dutch entries; colloquial and idiomatic language;
contextual information within glosses; phonetic transcription
for Dutch headwords; Gender marked for all Dutch nouns;
Appendix of Dutch irregular verbs. This second edition offers:
9.000 new headwords supported by translations and
pronunciation aid; expanded information for many existing
headwords, including 3000 new examples; improved layout and
format for easier referencing; articles for Dutch nouns presented
in the margin before the headwords; Conjugational information
added to Dutch verbs after headwords.
Routledge
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June 2014: 1138pp
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FINNISH
3rd Edition • NEW EDITION
Finnish: An Essential Grammar
Fred Karlsson, University of Helsinki, Finland
Series: Routledge Essential Grammars
rd
This thoroughly revised 3 edition gives a systematic account
of the structures of the written language and offers increased
attention to the key characteristics of present-day colloquial
Finnish. No prior knowledge is assumed on the part of the reader
and grammatical rules are clearly explained without jargon.
Features include: pronunciation guide; thorough descriptions
of morphology and syntax; clear rules and many examples from
both written and colloquial Finnish; updated vocabulary; subject
index; effective new scheme for detecting the morphological
structure of any word form. This excellent reference source is
suitable for both classroom use and independent study.
Routledge
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May 2015: 424pp
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FRENCH
4th Edition • TEXTBOOK • NEW EDITION
TEXTBOOK
French Grammar and Usage
On Course
Roger Hawkins, The University of Essex, UK and Richard
Towell, University of Salford, UK
Series: Routledge Reference Grammars
French Grammar and Usage is a complete guide to French as it
is written and spoken today. It includes clear descriptions of all
the main grammatical phenomena of French, and their use,
illustrated by numerous examples taken from contemporary
French, and distinguishes the most common forms of usage,
both formal and informal.
The combination of reference grammar and manual of current
usage is invaluable to students and teachers of French from
intermediate to advanced levels.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning/ French
February 2015: 444pp
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Ms Janine Kopp, University of Hull, UK
On Course provides a thorough grounding in the French
language and enables you to speak, read, write and understand
contemporary French. Covering all you need to know, On Course
will: teach you the sort of French which will enable you to live
and study in French-speaking countries; appeal to your interests,
concerns and needs; focus your learning on language use,
helping you cope in all situations; consolidate your learning and
make the language stick; guide your pronunciation so you get
it right first time; make you culturally aware; motivate you though
to the end of the course; teach you the transferable skills all
employers require.
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4th Edition • TEXTBOOK • NEW EDITION
4th Edition • TEXTBOOK
Practising French Grammar
French Grammar in Context
A Workbook
Dr Roger Hawkins, The University of Essex, UK, Richard
Towell and Marie-Noëlle Lamy, The Open University, UK
Practising French Grammar offers a set of varied and accessible
exercises for developing a practical awareness of French as it is
spoken and written today.
The lively examples and authentic texts and cartoons have been
updated to reflect current usage. A new companion website
provides a wealth of additional interactive exercises to help
consolidate challenging grammar points.
Practising French Grammar provides concise summaries of key
grammatical points at the beginning of each exercise, as well
as model answers to the exercises and translations of difficult
words. It can be used alone or as the ideal companion to the new edition of French Grammar
and Usage.
Routledge
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February 2015: 268pp
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Margaret Jubb, The University of Aberdeen, UK and Annie
Rouxeville, The University of Sheffield, UK
Series: Languages in Context
French Grammar in Context presents a unique and exciting
approach to learning grammar for intermediate learners.
Authentic texts from a rich variety of sources, literary and
journalistic, are used as the starting point for the illustration and
explanation of key areas of French grammar. Each point is
consolidated with a wide range of written and spoken exercises.
Grammar is presented not as an end in itself, but as a tool
essential to enjoying French and understanding and
communicating effectively with native speakers.
A complete answer key is included making this an ideal resource for both independent
and class-based learners.
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February 2014: 288pp
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TEXTBOOK
French Grammar and Usage + Practising French
Grammar
Series: Routledge Reference Grammars
French Grammar and Usage is a complete guide to French as it is written and spoken today.
The combination of reference grammar and manual of current usage is invaluable to
students and teachers of French from intermediate to advanced levels.
This bundle includes French Grammar and Usage and the companion workbook Practising
French Grammar which features related exercises and activities.
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February 2015
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GERMAN
2nd Edition • TEXTBOOK • NEW EDITION
5th Edition • TEXTBOOK
Basic German
Hammer's German Grammar and Usage
A Grammar and Workbook
Heiner Schenke, University of Westminster, London, UK and
Karen Seago, City University London, UK
Series: Grammar Workbooks
Comprising an accessible reference grammar and related
exercises in a single volume, this covers the core
material that
st
students would expect to encounter in their 1 year of learning
German. Features include: clear grammar explanations with
examples in German and English; authentic language samples;
end-of-chapter checklists to reinforce key points;
cross-referencing; full answer key; glossary of grammatical terms.
This new edition has been thoroughly revised and includes more
varied exercises for practice and reformulated grammar points
for a more learner-centred approach. Suitable for both self-study and classroom use, it is
ideal for beginners and students with some knowledge of German.
Routledge
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January 2016: 224pp
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Professor Martin Durrell, University of Manchester, UK
Series: Routledge Reference Grammars
Long trusted as the most comprehensive, up-to-date and
user-friendly grammar available, Hammer’s German Grammar
and Usage provides you with a complete guide to German as it
is written and spoken today. This new edition includes: concise
descriptions of the main grammatical phenomena of German,
examples of grammar taken from contemporary German,
invaluable guidance on pronunciation and the German accent,
discussion of new words from English roots such as 'zertweeten'
('to tweet'), clarification on the spelling reform and current
spellings of German.An invaluable combination of reference
grammar and manual of current usage, whether you are a student or a teacher.
Routledge
May 2011: 572pp
Pb: 978-1-444-12016-5: $42.95
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2nd Edition • TEXTBOOK • NEW EDITION
2nd Edition • TEXTBOOK
Essential German Grammar
German Grammar in Context, Second Edition
Martin Durrell, Univeristy of Manchester, UK, Katrin Kohl,
University of Oxford, UK, Gudrun Loftus and Claudia Kaiser,
University of Oxford, UK
Series: Essential Language Grammars
This is a student-friendly grammar designed to give intermediate
level-plus learners a firm foundation for developing their German
language skills. Key features include: reference grammar section
offering clear explanations, authentic texts from a range of media,
helpful examples and tables; exercise section for practice;
glossary of key grammatical terms. This new edition offers:
grammatical explanations and passages revised in line with
teaching practice, with some brand-new texts; an improved and
accessible layout design; companion website offering many resources including interactive
exercises and instructor materials. It is suitable for both classroom use and self-study.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning/ German
March 2015: 356pp
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Carol Fehringer, Newcastle University, UK
Series: Languages in Context
This book uses real-life extracts from German newspapers,
magazines, chatrooms or blogs and employs these texts as the
starting point for explaining areas of German grammar. Exercises
follow each chapter. Features of this new edition include:
updated texts with new and current newspaper and magazine
articles; new extracts from digital media; 'keyword boxes'
translating difficult vocabulary in the texts; answer key; website
links and advice on dictionaries; German grammar terms in the
glossary and index. Ideal for intermediate to advanced students
of German, it is suitable for classroom and home study use.
Routledge
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August 2013: 250pp
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2nd Edition • TEXTBOOK • NEW EDITION
Germany and Austria since 1814
Mark Allinson, University of Bristol, UK
Series: Modern History for Modern Languages
This book provides an accessible, up-to-date introductory text
for non-historians studying German at undergraduate level,
providing a chronological overview of the major political and
social changes in Germany and Austria since 1814 so that
students can gain the historical context necessary to understand
contemporary Germany. Features include: explanations of major
developments, their causes, and the relationships between them;
clarifications of key concepts; extracts from contemporary
German texts; topics for discussion on each chapter; a combined
glossary of German terms/index. This second edition has been
revised and updated throughout.
Routledge
Market: German Studies/ History/ Language Learning
November 2014: 240pp
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9
10 GREEK
TEXTBOOK
The Routledge Modern Greek Reader
Greek Folktales for Learning Modern Greek
Maria Kaliambou, Yale University, USA
Series: Routledge Modern Language Readers
This has been specially designed for post-beginners to advanced
learners of Greek. Written by an experienced teacher, it provides
richly textured folktales material to inspire and motivate
discussion. The book is organized according to level of difficulty,
beginning with elementary level texts, and progressing to more
advanced levels. Each reading is fully supported by: a vocabulary
list with English translation and vocabulary in context; short
grammar explanations of difficult structures encountered;
comprehension questions, language exercises and subject
specific questions to generate class-discussion and essay writing
in Greek; a key to comprehension questions and language exercises.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning/ Greek
May 2015: 194pp
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2nd Edition
Greek: A Comprehensive Grammar of the Modern
Language
David Holton, University of Cambridge, UK, Peter
Mackridge, University of Oxford, UK, Irene
Philippaki-Warburton, Universityof Reading, UK and
Vassilios Spyropoulos, The University of Athens, Greece
Series: Routledge Comprehensive Grammars
This is a complete reference guide to modern Greek grammar.
It is the first truly comprehensive grammar of the language to
be produced, concentrating on the real patterns of use in
modern Greek, and will provide the standard reference work for
years to come.
Features include:
detailed treatment of all grammatical structures up-to-date
examples separate and detailed treatment of syntax particular attention to areas of confusion
and difficulty
The Grammar is an ideal reference source for the adult learner and user of Greek. It is suitable
either for independent study or for use in schools, colleges, universities and adult classes
of all types.
Routledge
Market: Foreign Language
January 2012: 648pp
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ITALIAN 11
3rd Edition • TEXTBOOK • NEW EDITION
Soluzioni
A Practical Grammar of Contemporary Italian
Denise De Rome, formerly at the University of Westminster,
UK.
Series: Routledge Concise Grammars
Soluzioni! is an accessible grammar guide for all beginners of
Italian. This comprehensive handbook provides Italian
grammar-at-a-glance, using numerous tables to help facilitate
learning and reviewing. It uses real language examples, including
authentic material from Italian media and literature, to help
expand students' vocabulary, while plenty of varied and
imaginative exercises show how the grammar works in practice.
Material is graded, with more advanced language signposted,
while a glossary of terms, a comprehensive index, an answer key
and appendices are available at the back of the book. This new and third edition has been
extensively revised and expanded throughout.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning/ Italian
January 2015: 480pp
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2nd Edition • TEXTBOOK
A Reference Grammar of Modern Italian
Martin Maiden and Cecilia Robustelli
Series: Routledge Reference Grammars
This Italian reference grammar provides students and teachers
with a comprehensive, accessible and jargon-free guide to the
forms and structure of Italian.
This indispensable reference grammar gives clear and detailed
explanations of everything from the most elementary facts such
as the relation between spelling and pronunciation, or the forms
of the article, to more advanced points such as the various
nuances of the subjunctive. Formal or archaic discourse is
distinguished from informal, everyday usage, and regionalisms
are also indicated where appropriate.
Routledge
May 2007: 464pp
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TEXTBOOK
Practising Italian Grammar
A Workbook
Alessia Bianchi, Clelia Boscolo and Stephen Harrison
Series: Practising Grammar Workbooks
Practising Italian Grammar offers a comprehensive set of varied
exercises for developing a greater practical awareness of the
language. It is designed as a companion volume to A Reference
Grammar of Modern Italian, but it can also be used on its own
by anyone wishing to improve their proficiency in Italian. The
workbook includes examples of authentic Italian from journalistic
and literary extracts, and from colloquial usage. The exercises
are graded in terms of difficulty. Level 1 - revision of essential
points, Level 2 - intermediate exercises, Level 3 - advanced
exercises.; ; A key to the exercises is provided making this
workbook suitable for private study and classroom use.
Routledge
March 2004: 236pp
Pb: 978-0-340-81144-3: $33.95
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12 JAPANESE
READER
The Routledge Intermediate to Advanced Japanese
Reader
A Genre-Based Approach to Reading as a Social Practice
Noriko Iwasaki, School of Oriental and African Studies,
University of London, UK and Yuri Kumagai, Smith College,
USA
Series: Routledge Modern Language Readers
The Routledge Intermediate to Advanced Japanese Reader contains
over 20 extracts taken from a broad range of media and literary
sources. The book is divided into 10 genre-based chapters
allowing the learner to focus on the textual features specific to
that genre and the particular skills needed to read the texts.
The topics covered relate to Japanese language, society and
culture and the texts are taken from a range of sources; from
news reports through to interviews, book reviews, fiction and editorials.
Suitable for both class use and independent study, this Japanese Reader is an essential tool
for facilitating vocabulary learning and increasing reading proficiency.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning/ Japanese
May 2015: 290pp
Hb: 978-0-415-59377-9: $145.00
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3rd Edition
Colloquial Japanese
The Complete Course for Beginners
Junko Ogawa, University of Birmingham, UK and Fumitsugu
Enokida, University of Birmingham, UK
Series: Colloquial Series
Colloquial Japanese equips learners with the essential skills
needed to communicate effectively in Japanese. No prior
knowledge of the language is required.
Each unit presents a wealth of grammatical points reinforced
with a range of exercises for practice. There are many dialogues
covering a wide variety of situations. An answer key, a grammar
summary and bilingual glossaries can be found at the back as
well as useful vocabulary lists throughout.
Accompanying audio material is available to purchase separately
in CD or MP3 format, or comes included in the great value pack.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning
November 2013: 290pp
Pb: 978-0-415-59330-4: $36.95
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TEXTBOOK
Advanced Japanese
Communication in Context
Noriko Ishihara, Hosei University, Japan and Magara Maeda,
University of Wisconsin-River Falls, USA
This innovative advanced level course in Japanese teaches
appropriate language use in real life situations. With an emphasis
on listening and speaking skills, the course takes a descriptive
approach, demonstrating the variations that exist among
Japanese speakers. Authentic sample dialogues demonstrate a
range of generally preferred language uses, giving the student
the tools to communicate in an effective and culturally
appropriate manner.
Key features include: exercises throughout; self-assessment
section in each chapter; unit summaries, grammar notes and
role-play activities; a companion website with audio files; a separate Teacher’s Guide.
Routledge
January 2010: 188pp
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LATIN 13
TEXTBOOK
2nd Edition • TEXTBOOK
Intermediate Latin
The Complete Latin Course
GDA SHARPLEY
A Grammar and Workbook
Jean-François Mondon, Minot State University, USA.
Series: Grammar Workbooks
This grammar plus integrated workbook outlines every major
grammatical point usually taught in an intermediate college
Latin course as wellstas other grammar points which may be
introduced in the 1 semester of reading prose or poetry.
Features include: carefully management and repetition of
vocabulary used to encourage sole focus on the grammar; a
variety of exercises to enable students to recognize and isolate
the grammatical structures in English, helping them to translate
into Latin with greater ease; frequent Latin to English translations;
English to Latin translations; exercises requiring students to
modify aspects of Latin sentences in order to enable improved grammar acquisition.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning
July 2015: 432pp
Hb: 978-0-415-72365-7: $168.00
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This provides an ideal introduction to the world of Ancient Rome
for students and armchair enthusiasts alike. Written with humour
and illustrated throughout, this user-friendly text places grammar
lessons
in a historical context. Revised and updated throughout,
nd
this 2 edition features: grammar points supported by model
sentences, practice exercises, amusing illustrations and
summaries; reading passages (with accompanying translations)
taken directly from authentic Latin texts; many vocabulary
exercises; a companion website. Thorough and engaging, it is
suitable for both classroom use and independent study.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning/ Latin/ Classical Studies
May 2014: 394pp
Hb: 978-0-415-60389-8: $168.00
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TEXTBOOK
Intensive Basic Latin
A Grammar and Workbook
Jean-François Mondon, Minot State University, USA.
Series: Grammar Workbooks
This grammar and integrated workbook outlines the
fundamental grammar of Latin, covering core material students
would expect to encounter in the first year of learning Latin.
Clear grammar points are followed by multiple examples. A
variety of exercises are used to enable students to recognize
and isolate the grammatical structures in English, enabling them
to translate forward into Latin with greater ease. Frequent Latin
to English translations are provided, as are full English to Latin
translations, plus sentences requiring the reader to modify
aspects of Latin sentences, in order to help students acquire
grammar better. An exercise key is available at the back of the book.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning/ Latin
December 2014: 308pp
Hb: 978-0-415-72362-6: $168.00
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READER
Caesar’s De Bello Gallico
A Syntactically Parsed Reader
Jean-François Mondon, Minot State University, USA.
This is an innovative Latin reader presenting selections of Caesar’s
Gallic wars texts. Its unique approach tackles the two key
problems of reading unedited Latin: abundant vocabulary and
a maze-like sentence structure. Breaking down the sentence
structure of the texts and providing vocabulary glosses and
helpful grammar notes throughout, this book ensures better
comprehension and enables an easier transition from using
artificial and doctored Latin to working with the unaltered
language found in authentic texts. Other features include: high
frequency vocabulary included in a separate appendix; selected
texts carefully chosen in line with the Advanced Placement Latin
exam.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning/ Classics/ Latin
December 2014: 300pp
Hb: 978-0-415-71145-6: $175.00
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14 PERSIAN
TEXTBOOK
TEXTBOOK
What the Persian Media says
The Routledge Intermediate Persian Course
A Coursebook
Farsi Shirin Ast, Book Two
Pouneh Shabani-Jadidi, University of Oxford, UK
This is a stimulating course for intermediate to advanced
students of Persian. It presents many exercises based on
authentic Persian newspaper texts and introduces students to
the language of the news in Iran. Real cultural content is featured
throughout and there is a strong focus on enabling students to
gain familiarity with daily modern Persian discourse. Features
include: many interesting exercises; usage of authentic texts
from the Iranian media, written for native speakers; topical
cultural coverage; bilingual glossary of journalistic and
non-journalistic terms used in the newspaper texts; all texts and
their corresponding audio recordings available for free on the
Routledge website.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning/ Persian
December 2014: 270pp
Hb: 978-1-138-82555-0: $224.00
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Dominic Parviz Brookshaw, University of Manchester, UK
and Pouneh Shabani-Jadidi, University of Oxford, UK
The Routledge Intermediate Persian Course: Farsi Shirin Ast, Book
Two is the first intermediate level Persian textbook that makes
use of up-to-date pedagogical techniques, and stresses the
importance of communicative competence.
The diversity of the texts included helps to familiarize students
with a range of literary genres, and provides them with the
necessary building blocks to continue reading on their own.
Book Two follows on where the first textbook ends and is ideal
for all intermediate learners of Persian in their second year of
study.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning
June 2012: 240pp
Hb: 978-0-415-69135-2: $152.00
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TEXTBOOK
TEXTBOOK
Intermediate Persian
The Routledge Introductory Persian Course
A Grammar and Workbook
Farsi Shirin Ast
Saeed Yousef, University of Chicago, USA and Hayedeh
Torabi, formerly at the University of Chicago, USA.
Series: Grammar Workbooks
This combines an accessible reference grammar and related
exercises in a single book, helping students to reinforce and
consolidate their knowledge. Features include: clear format,
useful language examples, jargon-free explanations of grammar,
exercises with full answer key, units covering different levels of
language, a verb list with conjugation aid, a glossary of
Persian-English terms, subject index. It reviews many of the key
elements covered in its sister volume Basic Persian and introduces
more advanced features and structures of the language. The
two books form a compendium of the essentials of Persian
grammar. It is suitable for both class use and independent study.
Routledge
Market: Persian Language/Language Learning
August 2013: 288pp
Hb: 978-0-415-61653-9: $136.00
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Dominic Parviz Brookshaw, University of Manchester, UK
and Pouneh Shabani-Jadidi, University of Oxford, UK
The Routledge Introductory Persian Course: Farsi shirin ast is an
innovative Persian language course designed for students in
their first year of undergraduate study. Focusing on
communicative competence, The Routledge Introductory Persian
Course provides students with the opportunity to practice all
four language skills through a wealth of content-based materials.
Divided into fifteen chapters, each chapter is structured in the
same way to include: a vocabulary section, a dialogue with
comprehension questions, explanations of the grammatical
points introduced, a short text with comprehension questions,
additional exercises and a colloquial dialogue.
Routledge
Market: Persian Language
May 2010: 288pp
Hb: 978-0-415-56100-6: $155.00
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TEXTBOOK
Basic Persian
A Grammar and Workbook
Saeed Yousef, University of Chicago, USA and Hayedeh
Torabi, formerly at the University of Chicago, USA.
Series: Grammar Workbooks
Thiscomprises an accessible reference grammar and related
exercises in a single volume and covers the core material which
students would expect to encounter in their first year of learning
Persian. Grammar points are followed by multiple examples and
exercises which allow students to reinforce and consolidate their
learning.
Key features include: clear format, many useful language
examples, jargon-free explanations of grammar, abundant
exercises with full answer key, a glossary of Persian-English terms,
subject index.
An ideal grammar reference and practice resource for beginners and students with some
knowledge of the language, it is suitable for both class use and independent study.
Routledge
Market: Persian Language/Language Learning
October 2012: 304pp
Hb: 978-0-415-61651-5: $136.00
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POLISH 15
2nd Edition • TEXTBOOK • NEW EDITION
Basic Polish
A Grammar and Workbook
Dana Bielec
Series: Grammar Workbooks
Basic Polish: A Grammar and Workbook presents concise
explanations of grammar with related exercises. Assuming no
previous knowledge of Polish, its step-by-step approach
guarantees the reader a thorough grounding in the basics of its
grammar. Each of the 40 units introduces a particular grammar
point and provides a variety of exercises for practice. It also offers
a full answer key, notes on the Polish alphabet, pronunciation
and stress as well as a full Polish-English glossary. This new
edition also offers new grammar appendices to help the learner
to become familiar with grammatical complexities, information
on studying an inflected language and material on question words.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning and Polish
September 2014: 256pp
Hb: 978-0-415-72602-3: $152.00
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READER
The Routledge Intermediate Polish Reader
Polish through the press, internet and contemporary literature
Aniela Grundy and Oscar Swan, University of Pittsburgh,
USA
Series: Routledge Modern Language Readers
The Routledge Intermediate Polish Reader presents twenty
readings graded on the basis of complexity of vocabulary,
grammar and syntax. The spectrum of carefully selected texts
introduce learners to a good representation of modern Polish
writing
Each text is supported by a short introduction and author
biography, a glossary, grammar explanations of any complex
grammar constructions and comprehension questions.
While the emphasis is on vocabulary learning and text comprehension the Reader also
brings learners closer to Poland: its language, society, politics, culture, and history.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning
November 2013: 250pp
Hb: 978-0-415-51640-2: $165.00
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2nd Edition • TEXTBOOK
Polish: An Essential Grammar
Dana Bielec
Series: Routledge Essential Grammars
Polish: An Essential Grammar is a user-friendly guide to all the
important structures of this fascinating language. Presenting a
fresh and accessible description of the language, this engaging
grammar uses clear, jargon-free explanations and sets out the
complexities of Polish in short, readable sections.
Key features include: a new chapter on studying an inflected
language, including detailed analysis of a typical text,
comprehensive descriptions of the parts of speech covered,
information presented clearly and logically in table form, a wealth
of real-life examples, nine clearly-presented appendices.
Routledge
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March 2012: 430pp
Hb: 978-0-415-59558-2: $158.00
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16 PORTUGUESE
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Basic Portuguese
The Routledge Portuguese Bilingual Dictionary
(Revised 2014 edition)
A Grammar and Workbook
Cristina Sousa, University of Salford, UK.
Series: Grammar Workbooks
Portuguese-English and English-Portuguese
Maria F. Allen, University of Westminster, UK
Series: Routledge Bilingual Dictionaries
Basic Portuguese: A Grammar and Workbook comprises an
accessible reference grammar and related exercises in a single
volume.
Eighteen units cover the core material which students would
expect to encounter in their first year of learning Portuguese.
Grammar points are followed by examples and exercises which
allow students to reinforce and consolidate their learning.
Clearly presented and user-friendly, Basic Portuguese provides
readers with a thorough grounding in the fundamentals of
Portuguese grammar.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning
November 2014: 178pp
Hb: 978-0-415-63319-2: $140.00
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This compact and up-to-date two-way dictionary provides a
comprehensive and modern vocabulary. It is the ideal reference
for all users of Portuguese, both students and linguists alike.
Ideal for every-day use, the dictionary features more entries and
translations than any other Portuguese bilingual dictionary. With
an extensive coverage of practical terminology, including
language of computers, business, and medicine; common
abbreviations and acronyms.
Routledge
Market: Dictionaries/ Portuguese
April 2011: 776pp
Hb: 978-0-415-43434-8: $230.00
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TEXTBOOK
TEXTBOOK
Modern Brazilian Portuguese Grammar
Modern Brazilian Portuguese Grammar Workbook
A Practical Guide
John Whitlam, Freelance writer, lecturer and lexicographer.
Series: Modern Grammars
Modern Brazilian Portugese Grammar is a complete and practical
guide to Portuguese as it is currently spoken and written in Brazil.
While acknowledging what is considered to be ‘good
Portuguese’ and what is considered to be ‘non-standard
Portuguese’ by Brazilian grammarians, the book rejects the
prescriptive approach of native-speaker grammars in favour of
a descriptive analysis based on empirical observation and a
corpus of modern Brazilian Portuguese.
The explanations given are easily understandable for
non-linguists and illustrated with hundreds of examples.
A combination of reference grammar and practical usage manual, the book is ideal for all
those interested in learning and using Brazilian Portuguese, from tourists and business
travellers to university students.
Routledge
Market: Brazilian Portuguese Grammar
August 2010: 480pp
Hb: 978-0-415-56643-8: $155.00
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John Whitlam
Series: Modern Grammar Workbooks
Modern Brazilian Portuguese Grammar Workbook is an innovative
book of exercises and language tasks for all learners of Brazilian
Portuguese. The book is divided into two sections: Part A
provides exercises based on essential grammatical structures
Part B practises everyday functions (e.g making social contact,
asking questions and expressing needs)
A comprehensive answer key at the back of the book enables
you to check on your progress.
Modern Brazilian Grammar Workbook is ideal for all learners who
have a basic knowledge of Brazilian Portuguese, including
undergraduates taking Brazilian Portuguese as a major or minor part of their studies, as
well as intermediate and advanced students in schools and adult education. It can be used
independently or in conjunction with Modern Brazilian Portuguese Grammar: A Practical
Guide.
Routledge
Market: Brazilian Portuguese
October 2010: 190pp
Pb: 978-0-415-56646-9: $46.95
eBook: 978-0-203-82835-9
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READER
The Routledge Intermediate Brazilian Portuguese
Reader
John Whitlam, Freelance writer, lecturer and lexicographer.
Series: Routledge Modern Language Readers
The Routledge Intermediate Brazilian Reader consists of twenty
readings graded on the basis of complexity of vocabulary,
grammar and syntax. It presents a range of different text types
which provide a representation of contemporary Brazilian writing,
including fiction and non-fiction by some of Brazil’s most
prominent and popular authors. Featured authors include Chico
Buarque, Luis Fernando Verissimo and Lya Luft.
Key features include: vocabulary lists for quick reference; reading
comprehension questions; exercises to learn and review
important vocabulary; focus on idiomatic expressions; full answer
key to vocabulary and idiom exercises; Portuguese-English glossary at the back
Routledge
Market: Language Learning
November 2013: 144pp
Hb: 978-0-415-69332-5: $135.00
Pb: 978-0-415-69333-2: $43.95
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RUSSIAN 17
READER
TEXTBOOK
The Routledge Intermediate Russian Reader
Da! A Practical Guide to Russian Grammar
Lydia Buravova, University College London, UK
Series: Routledge Modern Language Readers
This Russian Reader consists of twenty readings graded on the
basis of complexity of vocabulary, grammar and syntax. It
presents a range of different text types which give a good
representation of modern Russian writing including literary
extracts, contemporary writing and newspaper and magazine
articles.
Key features include: texts on life in contemporary Russia,
vocabulary lists, tasks to train different reading skills (skimming,
scanning, close reading), short grammar explanations of any
complicated structures, appendix with text related grammar
and keys to practical tasks, further reading after each extract, full glossary at the back.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning/ Russian
May 2015: 316pp
Hb: 978-0-415-67885-8: $160.00
Pb: 978-0-415-67887-2: $49.95
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Tatiana Filosofova, University of Kentucky Lexington, USA
and Marion Sporing, University of Dundee, UK
Series: Routledge Concise Grammars
This combined reference grammar and workbook for
intermediate-level students is ideal both for classroom and
self-study use.
It gives clear explanations of the core areas of Russian grammar
and is illustrated with examples of contemporary language usage
to show grammar in practice and enhance vocabulary and
cultural knowledge. Features include: end-of-chapter exercises
to test comprehension ; level indicators so students can tailor
learning to suit their ability; in-text icons identifying difficult
points of grammar for special attention; a glossary of grammatical terms; answer key to
exercises; free online, interactive exercises with audio for practice.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning/ Russian
April 2012: 288pp
Pb: 978-1-444-14878-7: $43.95
eBook: 978-0-203-78425-9
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TEXTBOOK
TEXTBOOK
Russian
Modern Russian Grammar Workbook
John Dunn, University of Glasgow, UK and Shamil Khairov,
University of Glasgow, UK
Series: Modern Grammar Workbooks
From Intermediate to Advanced
Olga E. Kagan, University of California at Los Angeles, USA,
Kudyma S. Anna, University of California at Los Angeles,
USA and Frank J. Miller, Columbia University, USA
This modern textbook bridges the gap between intermediate
and advanced Russian.
Each chapter contains authentic readings as well as audio and
video clips accompanied by assignments with an increasing
level of difficulty, starting with description and narration and
progressing to discussion and debate. Attention is paid to the
development of abstract vocabulary and the ability to argue
and hypothesize. Readings and videos cover a range of
contemporary cultural topics of interest including Politics and
Society, Economics and Business and Science and Technology.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning/ Russian
August 2014: 448pp
Pb: 978-0-415-71227-9: $79.95
eBook: 978-1-315-76680-5
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Modern Russian Grammar Workbook is an innovative book of
exercises and language tasks for all learners of Russian. The book
is divided into two parts.
Section 1 provides exercises based on essential grammatical
structures
Section 2 practises everyday functions such as making
introductions, apologizing, expressing needs
A comprehensive answer key at the back of the book enables
students to check on their progress.
Main features include: exercises graded according to level of difficulty; cross referencing
to the related Modern Russian Grammar; topical exercises which develop students’
vocabulary base.
Routledge
Market: Language/Reference
December 2010: 226pp
Pb: 978-0-415-42554-4: $40.95
eBook: 978-0-203-08801-2
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2nd Edition
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Basic Russian
Modern Russian Grammar
A Grammar and Workbook
A Practical Guide
Sarah Smyth, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland and John
Murray, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Series: Grammar Workbooks
Basic Russian: A Grammar and Workbook comprises an accessible
reference grammar and related exercises in a single volume.
It introduces Russian people and culture through the medium
of the language used today, covering the core material which
students would expect to encounter in their first year of learning
Russian.
Each of the 40 units presents one or more related grammar
topics, illustrated by examples which serve as models for the
wide-ranging and varied exercises which follow. These exercises
enable the student to master the relevant grammar points.
Basic Russian is suitable for independent study and for class use.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning
April 2013: 368pp
Hb: 978-0-415-69827-6: $136.00
Pb: 978-0-415-69826-9: $42.95
eBook: 978-0-203-55901-7
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John Dunn, University of Glasgow, UK and Shamil Khairov,
University of Glasgow, UK
Series: Modern Grammars
Modern Russian Grammar: A Practical Guide is an innovative
reference guide to Russian, combining traditional and
function-based grammar in a single volume.
The Grammar is divided into two parts. Part A covers traditional
grammatical categories such as agreement, nouns, verbs and
adjectives. Part B is carefully organized around language
functions covering all major communication situations.
Main features of the Grammar include:
Clear explanations Emphasis on areas of particular difficulty for learners of Russian, such as
numerals and verbs of motion Extensive cross-referencing between the different sections
Routledge
Market: Language/Reference
November 2008: 496pp
Hb: 978-0-415-42289-5: $140.00
Pb: 978-0-415-39750-6: $43.95
eBook: 978-0-203-96759-1
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18 SPANISH
3rd Edition • TEXTBOOK • NEW EDITION
A Spanish Learning Grammar
Mike Thacker, formerly at the University of Surrey, UK and
Pilar Munoz, formerly at the University of Surrey, UK
Series: Essential Language Grammars
This is an innovative reference grammar and workbook suitable
for intermediate to advanced students of Spanish. Clear grammar
explanations are supported by examples with contemporary
vocabulary, humorous drawings, and varied exercises. Its
two-part structure prioritises focus on core knowledge and
enables the student to progress to more advanced knowledge
at their own pace. This third edition includes: new drawings to
illustrate grammar through scenarios; new vocabulary relevant
to the digital age; re-ordering of the verb section for easier access
to tenses; online interactive exercises with audio answers for practice; a glossary of
grammatical terms, verb tables and an exercise key.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning/ Spanish
October 2014: 384pp
Pb: 978-1-444-15733-8: $43.95
eBook: 978-0-203-78356-6
Prev. Ed Pb: 978-0-340-70568-1
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3rd Edition • TEXTBOOK
Spanish Grammar in Context
Juan Kattan Ibarra, Freelance author, UK and Angela
Howkins, Formerly Lecturer in Spanish at Dundee College,
Scotland
Series: Languages in Context
Authentic texts from a rich variety of sources, literary and
journalistic, are used as the starting point for the illustration and
explanation of key areas of Spanish grammar. Each point is
consolidated with a wide range of written and spoken exercises.
Grammar is presented not as an end in itself, but as a tool
essential to enjoying Spanish, understanding native speakers
and communicating effectively with them.
Extracts are included from across the Spanish speaking world, including interviews with
and extracts from famous writers such as Isabel Allende, Manuel Puig, Gabriel García
Marquez, Soledad Puertolas, Ana Maria Matute, Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer and Benito Pērez
Galdos.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning/ Spanish
February 2014: 290pp
Hb: 978-0-415-72348-0: $145.00
Pb: 978-0-415-72347-3: $34.95
eBook: 978-1-315-81746-0
Prev. Ed Pb: 978-0-340-95875-9
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5th Edition • TEXTBOOK
A New Reference Grammar of Modern Spanish
John Butt, King's College London, UK and Mrs Carmen
Benjamin, formerly at King's College London, UK
Series: Routledge Reference Grammars
For many years A New Reference Grammar of Modern Spanish has
been trusted by students and teachers as the standard
English-language reference grammar of Spanish.
Key features of this fifth edition include: a 'Guide to the Book',
enabling you to make the most of this new edition, new
vocabulary such as topical and technological terms, more
Latin-American Spanish, ensuring world-wide coverage, clearer
guidance to recommended usage.
Whether you are a student or a teacher of Spanish, this fifth edition of A New Reference
Grammar of Modern Spanish provides a comprehensive, cohesive and clear guide to the
forms and structures of Spanish as it is written and spoken today in Spain and Latin America.
Routledge
May 2011: 608pp
Pb: 978-1-444-13769-9: $42.95
eBook: 978-0-203-78347-4
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SWAHILI 19
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Swahili Grammar and Workbook
Fidèle Mpiranya, The University of Chicago, USA
This is a companion to Swahili grammar, filling in gaps left by
other textbooks. It reduces complex grammar points to helpful
rules and mnemonic aids. Grammar points are followed by
multiple examples and exercises. Features include: clear grammar
explanations supported by examples, exercises, diagrams and
tables; many communication-oriented exercises; audio files to
support pronunciation practice, available for free at
http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9781138808263/; 4
appendices, vocabulary lists, a bibliography and an index. This
is suitable for use both as a companion reference text in Swahili
language courses and as a standalone text in independent
grammar classes.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning/ Swahili
October 2014: 250pp
Hb: 978-1-138-80825-6: $160.00
Pb: 978-1-138-80826-3: $47.95
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20 WELSH
3rd Edition • NEW EDITION
Modern Welsh: A Comprehensive Grammar
Gareth King
Series: Routledge Comprehensive Grammars
This is the ideal reference source for all speakers and learners of
contemporary Welsh. Features include: authentic examples;
particular attention to areas of confusion and difficulty; extensive
index and cross referencing; initial consonant mutations marked
throughout; separate sections on communicative functions;
notes on variation
between dialects and on formal written
rd
language. The 3 edition has been revised and updated
throughout to offer more examples, additional appendices,
inclusion of IPA phonetic symbols and expanded sections on
further reading. It is suitable for use in schools, colleges,
universities and adult classes at all levels.
Routledge
Market: Language Learning Welsh
July 2015: 600pp
Hb: 978-1-138-82629-8: $175.00
Pb: 978-1-138-82630-4: $89.95
eBook: 978-1-315-73941-0
Prev. Ed Pb: 978-0-415-28270-3
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REFERENCE 21
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Multilingualism and the Chinese Diaspora
Language (Routledge Revivals)
Edited by Li Wei
Series edited by Marilyn Martin-Jones
Series: Routledge Critical Studies in Multilingualism
Leonard Bloomfield
First published in Great Britain in 1935, this Routledge
Revival reissues one of the most influential works ever
published in the field of linguistics. Leonard Bloomfield's
Language is both a masterpiece of textbook writing and a classic
of academic scholarship, which examines the fundamentals of
language and linguistics in a clear, precise manner. Intended as
an introduction to the field of linguistics, for both the general
reader and for students of linguistics, this detailed study covers
a breadth of topics, ranging from: world languages, phonetic
structure and syntax, through to morphology, semantics and
dialectics.
This volume brings together contributions from well-known and emerging scholars in
socio- and anthropological linguistics working on different linguistic and communicative
aspects of the Chinese diaspora. The project examines the Chinese diasporic experience
from a global, comparative perspective, with a particular focus on transnational links, and
local social and multilingual realities. Contributors address the emergence of new forms
of Chinese in multilingual contexts, family language policy and practice, language
socialization and identity development, multilingual creativity, linguistic attitudes and
ideologies, and heritage language maintenance, loss, learning and re-learning.
Routledge
Market: Linguistics
November 2015: 6 x 9: 320pp
Hb: 978-1-138-79424-5: $140.00
eBook: 978-1-315-75937-1
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Routledge
Market: Linguistics
April 2015: 566pp
Hb: 978-0-415-57682-6: $160.00
Pb: 978-1-138-86848-9: $49.95
* For full contents and more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781138868489
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Language and Learning in a Post-Colonial Context
Language, Literacy and Diversity
A Critical, Ethnographic Study in Haiti
Moving Words
Marky Jean-Pierre, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA
Series: Routledge Critical Studies in Multilingualism
Edited by Christopher Stroud, University of the Western
Cape, South Africa and Mastin Prinsloo, University of Cape
Town, South Africa
Series: Routledge Critical Studies in Multilingualism
This book explores the social, political, and historical forces that mediate language ideology
and practices in post-colonial education and how they influence students’ academic
achievement. Jean-Pierre takes Haiti as the focus of study, finding that students and teachers
experience difficulty constructing knowledge in a setting in which the language they speak
at home (Creole) differs from the language of instruction (French), empirically showing
that school underperformance is linked to language practices. The research is based on
ethnographic data collected in classrooms in both private and public school in addition
to other sectors of the society (e.g. state and private institutions).
Routledge
Market: Sociolinguistics/Language Policy/Education
September 2015: 6 x 9: 256pp
Hb: 978-0-415-70920-0: $140.00
eBook: 978-1-315-88556-8
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4 Volume Set
The book brings together researchers who are leading the
innovative and important re-theorization of language and literacy
in relation to social mobility, multilingualism, and globalization.
The collection examines local and global flows of people,
language, and literacy in relation to social practice; the role (and
nature) of boundary maintenance or disruption in global,
transnational, and translocal contexts; and the lived experiences
of individuals on the front lines of global, transnational, and
translocal processes.
Routledge
Market: Linguistics/Language Learning
February 2015: 6 x 9: 224pp
Hb: 978-0-415-81905-3: $140.00
eBook: 978-0-203-57695-3
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Language Isolates
Vice Slang
Edited by Stefan Georg, University of Bonn, Germany
Series: Critical Concepts in Linguistics
This collection brings together articles which deal with the
'language isolates' of the world. The articles collected here are
arranged geographically, and each chapter is preceded by a
short introduction to the linguistic situation of the language(es)
involved and the current state of research and past and present
scholarly debates. The volumes are preceded by a general
introduction dealing with the basic concepts of language
classification, the present state and nature of ongoing controversies, an epistemiological
typology of language families, and a theoretical justification of the concept of isolates as
well as the choice of languages covered in the volumes.
Routledge
Market: Linguistics, Endangered Languages
April 2015: 1816pp
Hb: 978-0-415-82734-8: $1465.00
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Tom Dalzell and Terry Victor
Are you a bit of a chairwarmer? Do you use the wins from a
country straight to get scudded on snakebite in a blind tiger?
Do you ride the waves on puddle or death drop?
Vice Slang gently eases you into the language of gambling, drugs
and alcohol, providing you with 3,000 words to establish yourself
firmly in the world of corruption and wickedness. All words are
illustrated by a reference from a variety of sources to prove their
existence in alleys and dives throughout the English speaking
world. This entertaining book will give you hours of reading
pleasure.
Routledge
Market: Language/ Reference
March 2015: 176pp
Hb: 978-1-138-83499-6: $140.00
Pb: 978-0-415-37181-0: $21.95
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22 REFERENCE
2nd Edition • NEW EDITION
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The Concise New Partridge Dictionary of Slang and
Unconventional English
Routledge Encyclopedia of Translation Technology
Edited by Tom Dalzell and Terry Victor
This presents all the slang terms from The New Partridge Dictionary
of Slang and Unconventional English in a single volume.
Containing over 60,000 entries, this concise new edition details
the slang and unconventional English from around the
English-speaking world since 1945. Key features include:
unprecedented coverage of World English; emphasis on
post-World War II slang; dating information for each headword;
commentary on the term’s origins and meaning. New to this
second edition: a preface noting slang trends of the last eight
years; over 1,000 new entries; new terms from the language of
social networking; many entries revised to include new dating and new glosses.
Edited by Sin-Wai Chan, The Chinese University of Hong
Kong.
This is the first definitive reference that provides accurate and
useful information on the general, regional, and topical aspects
of contemporary translation technology. Leading scholars and
specialists in the field from around the world have contributed
articles to this encyclopedia. All the articles are self-contained,
extensively cross-referenced, and include useful and up-to-date
references and information for further reading.
With its comprehensive coverage and broad perspectives, this
is an invaluable reference work for anyone who wants to learn
more about the concepts and skills of translation technology
for translation practice and academic research.
Routledge
Market: Reference/ English Language
December 2014: 864pp
Hb: 978-0-415-52720-0: $79.95
eBook: 978-1-315-75477-2
Prev. Ed Hb: 978-0-415-21259-5
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Routledge
Market: Translation Studies/ Linguistics
November 2014: 718pp
Hb: 978-0-415-52484-1: $415.00
eBook: 978-1-315-74912-9
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Global Portuguese
Researching Identity and Interculturality
Linguistic Ideologies in Late Modernity
Edited by Luiz Paulo Moita-Lopes
Series edited by Marilyn Martin-Jones
Series: Routledge Critical Studies in Multilingualism
This book aims at deconstructing and problematizing linguistic
ideologies related to Portuguese in late modernity and
questioning the theoretical presuppositions which have led us
to call Portuguese ‘a language.’ The book covers a wide range
of social, political and historical contexts in which ‘Portuguese’
is used (in Brazil, Canada, East-Timor, England, Portugal,
Mozambique and Uruguay), and considers diverse linguistic
practices. Through this critique, contributors chart new directions
for research on language ideologies and language practices and
consider ways of developing new conceptual compasses that
are better attuned to the sociolinguistic realities of the late modern era.
Routledge
Market: Linguistics
December 2014: 6 x 9: 238pp
Hb: 978-1-138-79711-6: $140.00
eBook: 978-1-315-75739-1
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Edited by Fred Dervin, University of Helsinki, Finland and
Karen Risager, Roskilde University, Denmark
Series: Routledge Studies in Language and Intercultural
Communication
This volume focuses on advances in research methodology in
an interdisciplinary field framed by discourses of identity and
interculturality. It includes a range of qualitative studies: studies
of interaction, narrative studies, conversation analysis,
ethnographic studies, postcolonial studies and critical discourse
studies, and emphasizes the role of discourse and power in all
studies of identity and interculturality. The volume particularly
focuses on critical reflexivity in every stage of research, including
reflections on theoretical concepts (such as ‘identity’ and
‘interculturality’) and their relationship with methodology and analytical practice.
Routledge
Market: Linguistics/Intercultural Communication
October 2014: 6 x 9: 246pp
Hb: 978-0-415-73912-2: $135.00
eBook: 978-1-315-81688-3
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A Sociolinguistics of Diaspora
Vietnam War Slang
Latino Practices, Identities, and Ideologies
A Dictionary on Historical Principles
Edited by Rosina Márquez Reiter, University of Surrey, UK
and Luisa Martín Rojo, Universidad Autónoma, Spain
Series: Routledge Critical Studies in Multilingualism
This volume brings together scholars in sociolinguistics and the
sociology of new media and mobile technologies who are
working on social and communicative aspects of the Latino
diaspora. They examine the ways in which migrants negotiate
and renegotiate identities through their continued interactions
with their own culture back home, in the host country, in similar
diaspora elsewhere, and with the various "new" cultures of the
receiving country. The book focuses the Latino communities in
urban settings in North America and Latin American
communities in Europe and the Middle East, exploring the role
of migration/diaspora in transforming linguistic practices, ideologies, and identities.
Routledge
Market: Sociolinguistics/Multilingualism
November 2014: 6 x 9: 208pp
Hb: 978-0-415-71299-6: $135.00
eBook: 978-1-315-88357-1
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Tom Dalzell
This dictionary presents slang used by members of the US Armed
Forces during the Vietnam War. War has always been an
incubator for slang, with its tragedies and forging of bonds
between comrades. The troops in Vietnam faced the usual
demands of war, as well as several that were unique to
Vietnam–a murky political basis for the war, prevalent corruption
in the government, untraditional guerilla warfare, an
unpredictable civilian population in Vietnam, and a lack of home
popular support for the war. For these reasons, the language of
those who fought was a vivid reflection of life in wartime. This
book lays out the definitive record of the lexicon of Americans
who fought in the Vietnam War.
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Language and Translation in Postcolonial
Literatures
Multilingual Contexts, Translational Texts
Edited by Simona Bertacco, University of Milan, Italy
Series: Routledge Research in Postcolonial Literatures
This book explores postcolonial literatures from a translational
perspective and argues that postcolonial studies should become
a discourse of and on translation in order to be responsive to
the complexity of the textuality, and even the literariness, of
postcolonial texts. It makes a timely and strategic intervention
into debates in literary studies (especially postcolonial studies,
comparative literature, and world literature) as well as in
discussions of globalization and cosmopolitanism, carrying out
the convergence of the linguistic and literary approaches to
postcolonial literatures by joining them with translation studies.
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Multilingual Learners and Academic Literacies
ESL Readers and Writers in Higher Education
Sociocultural Contexts of Literacy Development in Adolescents
Understanding Challenges, Providing Support
Edited by Daniella Molle, University of Wisconsin–Madison,
USA, Edynn Sato, Next Generation Learning & Assessment
Center, Pearson, USA, Timothy Boals, University of
Wisconsin–Madison, USA and Carol A. Hedgspeth, WestEd,
USA
Edited by Norman W. Evans, Brigham Young University,
USA, Neil J Anderson, Brigham Young University—Hawaii,
USA and William G. Eggington, Brigham Young University,
USA
Series: ESL & Applied Linguistics Professional Series
Shifting the discourse from a focus on academic language to
the more dynamic but less researched construct of academic
literacies, this volume addresses three key questions: What
constitutes academic literacy? What does academic literacy
development in multilingual adolescent look like and how can
this development be assessed? What classroom contexts foster
the development of academic literacies in multilingual
adolescents? All chapters reflect a shared conceptual framework for examining academic
literacies as situated, overlapping, meaning-marking practices and which foregrounds
students’ participation in valued disciplinary literacy practices.
ESL Readers and Writers in Higher Education describes the
challenges that studying in a second language pose for ESL
students in U.S. post-secondary institutions, and offers
suggestions for how teachers, advisors, tutors, and institutions
might provide reading and writing support for this very
important student population. Because everyone on campuses
that host ESL students bears some responsibility for these
students' language development, the book is designed to help not only ESL teachers but
administrators, admissions officers, and student advisors to understand the wider context
in which they work and thereby expand their notion of "practice" in ways that address
specific ESL needs.
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Teaching and Assessing EIL in Local Contexts
Around the World
Teaching and Learning English Grammar
Sandra Lee McKay, San Francisco State University, USA and
James Dean Brown
Series: ESL & Applied Linguistics Professional Series
Taking a new look at the pedagogy of teaching and assessment
of English as an international language, this text introduces a
coherent framework in which needs analysis, pedagogical
principles, and assessment are integrated, emphasizing that
pedagogical and assessment decisions need to be based on the
learning and teaching needs of each specific EIL context. Specific
principles and strategies for teaching and assessing grammar,
oral language, literacy skills in EIL classrooms and strategies for
integrating computer-mediated language into EIL classrooms
are included.
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Research Findings and Future Directions
Edited by MaryAnn Christison, University of Utah, USA,
Donna Christian, Center for Applied Linguistics, USA,
Patricia A. Duff, University of British Columbia, Canada and
Nina Spada, University of Toronto, Canada
Series: Global Research on Teaching and Learning English
This volume presents empirical studies along with syntheses
and overviews of previous and ongoing work on the teaching
and learning of grammar for learners of English as a
second/foreign language. It explores a variety of approaches,
including form-focused instruction, content and language
integration, corpus-based lexicogrammatical approaches, and
social perspectives on grammar instruction. Nine chapter authors
are Priority Research Grant or Doctoral Dissertation Grant awardees from The International
Research Foundation for English Language Education (TIRF) and four overview chapters
are written by well-known experts in English language education.
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Language and Superdiversity
The Integrated Approach to Arabic Instruction
Edited by Jan Blommaert, Tilburg University, The Netherlands, Ben Rampton, King’s
College, London, UK, Karel Arnaut, K.U.Leuven, Belgium and Massimiliano Spotti,
Tilburg University, The Netherlands
A first synthesis of work done in sociolinguistic superdiversity, this volume offers a substantial
introduction to the field and the issues, state-of-the-art research, and commentary. The
focus is to show how complexity rather than plurality can serve as a lens through which an
equally vast range of topics, sites and issues can be tied together. Language and Superdiversity
is a landmark volume bringing together the work of the scholars and researchers who
spearhead the development of the sociolinguistics of superdiversity.
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Munther Younes, Cornell University, USA
Leading Arabic teacher Munther Younes explores the realities
of teaching Arabic as a foreign language. This book presents an
integrated Arabic program that introduces the two varieties,
Modern Standard Arabic and the dialect, simultaneously. It
presents the current Arabic sociolinguistic situation, and
considers the changing needs of students. Younes presents his
approach, rationale, features, implementation, and use of
instructional materials in the classroom, and its advantages over
alternative practices. Aimed at teachers of Arabic, this pedagogy
is seen as the most logical, effective and economical way to
teach students how to deal successfully with the Arabic diglossic
situation.
Routledge
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Illegal Alphabets and Adult Biliteracy
Teaching About Dialect Variations and Language
in Secondary English Classrooms
Latino Migrants Crossing the Linguistic Border, Expanded Edition
Tomás Mario Kalmar
In this new expanded edition of Tomás Mario Kalmar’s landmark
Illegal Alphabets and Adult Biliteracy, commentaries from six
distinguished scholars—Peter Elbow, Ofelia García, James Paul
Gee, Hervé Varenne, Luis Vázquez León, Karen Velasquez— bring
to it their own personal, professional, and (multi)disciplinary
viewpoints. These commentaries sharpen the socioeconomic,
political, and educational implications of the book for the fields
of New Literacies Studies, anthropology, and sociolinguistics
and extend its relevance to readers in Latin American Studies
and the new and rapidly expanding fields of Migrant Studies
and Border Studies.
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Power, Prestige, and Prejudice
Michelle D. Devereaux, Kennesaw State University, USA
Secondary students (grades 6-12) come to school speaking a
variety of dialects and languages. This text explains and illustrates
how language varieties function in the classroom and in
students’ lives and details linguistically informed instructional
strategies for teaching about language variations and ideologies
in the classroom. Through anecdotes from the classroom, lesson
plans, and accessible narrative, it introduces theory and clearly
builds the bridge to daily classroom practices that respect
students’ language varieties and use those varieties as strengths
upon which secondary English teachers can build. The concepts
presented are connected to the Common Core State Standards.
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Effective Curriculum for Teaching L2 Writing
Language Learning Beyond the Classroom
Principles and Techniques
Eli Hinkel, Seattle Pacific University, USA
Series: ESL & Applied Linguistics Professional Series
This text sets out a clear big picture for curricular thinking about
L2 writing pedagogy and offers a step-by-step guide to
curriculum design with practical examples and illustrations. Its
main purpose is to help pre-service and practicing teachers
design courses for teaching academic writing and to do this as
efficiently and effectively as possible. Bringing together the what
and the how-to of developing course curricula with
research-based principles of effective teaching, what sets this
book apart is its overarching focus on language pedagogy and
language building. The Appendix provides an extensive checklist
for developing curricula for a course or several courses in language teaching.
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University of Hong Kong (Emeritus) and Jack C. Richards
Series: ESL & Applied Linguistics Professional Series
This volume presents case studies of language learning beyond
the classroom. The studies draw on a wide range of contexts,
from North and South America to Europe and the Asia-Pacific
region. Each provides principled links between theory, research
and practice. While out-of-class learning will not replace the
classroom, ultimately all successful learners take control of their
own learning. This book shows how teachers can help learners
bridge the gap between formal instruction and autonomous
language learning. Although English is the primary focus of most
chapters, there are studies on a range of other languages including Spanish and Japanese.
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Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
An Introduction
David Nunan, Anaheim University, USA
David Nunan’s dynamic learner-centered teaching style has
informed and inspired countless TESOL educators around the
world. In this new text he presents techniques and procedures
for teaching English to speakers of other languages along with
the underlying theory and principles in a clear, yet non-trivial,
manner. Classroom vignettes show language teaching in action.
Practical examples of how to develop teaching materials and
tasks from sound principles are provided. Readers get involved
through engaging, interactive pedagogical activities for reflection
and personal application. Each chapter follows a similar template
so that readers know what to expect as they work through the
text.
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26 INDEX BY TITLE
A
L
Advanced Japanese .......................................................... 12
Arabic-English-Arabic Legal Translation ................... 2
Arabic-English-Arabic Translation ................................ 2
Arabiyyat al-Naas (Part One) .......................................... 3
Arabiyyat al-Naas (Part Three) ....................................... 3
Arabiyyat al-Naas (Part Two) .......................................... 3
Language (Routledge Revivals) ...................................
Language and Learning in a Post-Colonial
Context ...................................................................................
Language and Superdiversity .......................................
Language and Translation in Postcolonial
Literatures .............................................................................
Language Isolates .............................................................
Language Learning Beyond the Classroom ...........
Language, Literacy and Diversity ................................
B
Basic German ......................................................................... 9
Basic Persian ........................................................................ 14
Basic Polish ........................................................................... 15
Basic Portuguese ................................................................ 16
Basic Russian ........................................................................ 17
C
Caesar’s De Bello Gallico ................................................. 13
Colloquial Burmese .............................................................. 4
Colloquial Cambodian ...................................................... 4
Colloquial Japanese ......................................................... 12
Complete Latin Course, The ........................................... 13
Concise New Partridge Dictionary of Slang and
Unconventional English, The ........................................ 22
D
Da! A Practical Guide to Russian Grammar ........... 17
Dutch Translation in Practice .......................................... 6
E
Effective Curriculum for Teaching L2
Writing .................................................................................... 25
ESL Readers and Writers in Higher
Education .............................................................................. 24
Essential German Grammar ............................................ 9
F
21
21
24
23
21
25
21
S
Sociolinguistics of Diaspora, A ..................................... 22
Soluzioni ................................................................................ 11
Spanish Grammar in Context ....................................... 18
Spanish Learning Grammar, A .................................... 18
Speed up your Arabic .......................................................... 2
Swahili Grammar and Workbook .............................. 19
M
T
Modern Brazilian Portuguese Grammar ................. 16
Modern Brazilian Portuguese Grammar
Workbook .............................................................................. 16
Modern Dutch Grammar .................................................. 6
Modern Mandarin Chinese Grammar ........................ 5
Modern Mandarin Chinese Grammar
Workbook ................................................................................ 5
Modern Mandarin Grammar and Workbook
Bundle ....................................................................................... 5
Modern Russian Grammar ............................................ 17
Modern Russian Grammar Workbook ...................... 17
Modern Welsh: A Comprehensive Grammar .......... 20
Modern Written Arabic ...................................................... 2
Multilingual Learners and Academic
Literacies ................................................................................ 24
Multilingualism and the Chinese Diaspora ............ 21
Teaching About Dialect Variations and Language in
Secondary English Classrooms .................................... 25
Teaching and Assessing EIL in Local Contexts Around
the World ............................................................................... 24
Teaching and Learning English Grammar ............. 24
Teaching English to Speakers of Other
Languages ............................................................................ 25
N
New Reference Grammar of Modern Spanish,
A ................................................................................................. 18
New Routledge & Van Dale Dutch Dictionary,
The .............................................................................................. 6
U
Understanding the Chinese Language ....................... 5
V
Vice Slang .............................................................................. 21
Vietnam War Slang ........................................................... 22
W
What the Persian Media says ........................................ 14
O
On Course ................................................................................ 8
Finnish: An Essential Grammar ......................................
French Grammar and Usage ..........................................
French Grammar and Usage + Practising French
Grammar .................................................................................
French Grammar in Context ............................................
7
8
8
8
P
Polish: An Essential Grammar ...................................... 15
Practising French Grammar ............................................ 8
Practising Italian Grammar ........................................... 11
G
R
German Grammar in Context, Second
Edition ....................................................................................... 9
Germany and Austria since 1814 ................................... 9
Global Portuguese ............................................................. 22
Greek: A Comprehensive Grammar of the Modern
Language .............................................................................. 10
Reference Grammar of Modern Italian, A ............... 11
Researching Identity and Interculturality ................ 22
Routledge Advanced Chinese Multimedia Course,
The .............................................................................................. 5
Routledge Encyclopedia of Translation
Technology ........................................................................... 22
Routledge Intermediate Arabic Reader, The ............. 2
Routledge Intermediate Brazilian Portuguese Reader,
The ............................................................................................ 16
Routledge Intermediate Persian Course, The .......... 14
Routledge Intermediate Polish Reader, The ............ 15
Routledge Intermediate Russian Reader,
The ............................................................................................ 17
Routledge Intermediate to Advanced Japanese
Reader, The ........................................................................... 12
Routledge Introductory Persian Course, The ........... 14
Routledge Modern Greek Reader, The ....................... 10
H
Hammer's German Grammar and Usage ................. 9
History of the Chinese Language, A .............................. 5
I
Illegal Alphabets and Adult Biliteracy .......................
Integrated Approach to Arabic Instruction,
The ............................................................................................
Integrated Approach to Arabic Instruction,
The ............................................................................................
Intensive Basic Latin ..........................................................
Intermediate Latin .............................................................
Intermediate Persian ........................................................
Routledge Portuguese Bilingual Dictionary (Revised
2014 edition), The ............................................................... 16
Russian ................................................................................... 17
25
24
24
13
13
14
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A
Allen, Maria ............................................................................ 16
Allinson, Mark .......................................................................... 9
B
BADAWI, EL SAID .................................................................. 2
Bertacco, Simona ............................................................... 23
Bianchi, Alessia .................................................................... 11
Bielec, Dana ........................................................................... 15
Bielec, Dana ........................................................................... 15
Blommaert, Jan ................................................................... 24
Bloomfield, Leonard ......................................................... 21
Brookshaw, Dominic Parviz ......................................... 14
Brookshaw, Dominic Parviz ......................................... 14
Buravova, Lydia ................................................................... 17
Butt, John ................................................................................ 18
C
Chan, Sin-Wai ....................................................................... 22
Christison, MaryAnn ......................................................... 24
D
Maiden, Martin .................................................................... 11
Maisel, Sebastian ................................................................... 2
McKay, Sandra Lee ............................................................ 24
Moita-Lopes, Luiz Paulo ................................................ 22
Molle, Daniella ..................................................................... 24
Mondon, Jean-François ................................................. 13
Mondon, Jean-François ................................................. 13
Mondon, Jean-François ................................................. 13
Mpiranya, Fidèle ................................................................. 19
Ms Janine Kopp, ................................................................... 8
Márquez Reiter, Rosina ................................................... 22
N
Nunan, David ........................................................................ 25
Nunan, David ........................................................................ 25
O
Ogawa, Junko ...................................................................... 12
Omar, Yousef ........................................................................... 2
Oosterhoff, Jenneke ............................................................ 6
P
Professor Martin Durrell, ................................................. 9
Dalzell, Tom ........................................................................... 21
Dalzell, Tom ........................................................................... 22
Dalzell, Tom ........................................................................... 22
De Rome, Denise ............................................................... 11
Dervin, Fred ........................................................................... 22
Devereaux, Michelle D. .................................................. 25
Dong, Hongyuan .................................................................. 5
Dunn, John ............................................................................ 17
Dunn, John ............................................................................ 17
Durrell, Martin ......................................................................... 9
R
Ross, Claudia ............................................................................ 5
Ross, Claudia ............................................................................ 5
S
El-Farahaty, Hanem ............................................................. 2
Evans, Norman W. ............................................................. 24
Sak-Humphry, Chhany ...................................................... 4
Schenke, Heiner ..................................................................... 9
Shabani-Jadidi, Pouneh ................................................. 14
SHARPLEY, GDA .................................................................. 13
Shei, Chris .................................................................................. 5
Smyth, Sarah ......................................................................... 17
Sousa, Cristina ...................................................................... 16
Stroud, Christopher .......................................................... 21
F
T
Fehringer, Carol ..................................................................... 9
Fenoulhet, Jane ..................................................................... 6
Filosofova, Tatiana ............................................................. 17
Thacker, Mike ........................................................................ 18
E
G
W
Georg, Stefan ........................................................................ 21
Grundy, Aniela ..................................................................... 15
Wei, Li ........................................................................................
Whitlam, John ......................................................................
Whitlam, John ......................................................................
Whitlam, John ......................................................................
H
Y
Hawkins, Dr Roger ................................................................ 8
Hawkins, Roger ...................................................................... 8
Hinkel, Eli ................................................................................. 25
Hnin Tun, San San ................................................................ 4
Holton, David ....................................................................... 10
Husni, Ronak ............................................................................ 2
Younes, Munther ............................................................... 24
Younes, Munther .................................................................. 3
Younes, Munther .................................................................. 3
Younes, Munther .................................................................. 3
Younes, Munther ............................................................... 24
Yousef, Saeed ....................................................................... 14
Yousef, Saeed ....................................................................... 14
I
21
16
16
16
Ibarra, Juan Kattan ............................................................. 18
Ishihara, Noriko .................................................................... 12
Iwasaki, Noriko ..................................................................... 12
J
Jean-Pierre, Marky ............................................................. 21
Jubb, Margaret ....................................................................... 8
K
Kagan, Olga ........................................................................... 17
Kaliambou, Maria ............................................................... 10
Kalmar, Tomás Mario ....................................................... 25
Karlsson, Fred .......................................................................... 7
King, Gareth .......................................................................... 20
L
Lee, Kunshan Carolyn ........................................................ 5
M
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