PALMER, Harold E. and REDMAN, H. Vere

Title This Language-Learning Business: A compilation containing a conversation, considerable correspondence, and still more considerable thought on questions of language and the learning there of for the guidance of all those engaged in teaching or learning there...
Publisher London George G. Harrap
Date 1932
Book ID 33656
First Edition  


Original blue cloth lettered in black. 219pp.. Book very slightly cocked (slight lean), edges rubbed, small tear to spine, usual damp marking to paper. Very clean and tight. Used; Very Good Harold Palmer, regarded as the founder of applied linguistics as a discipline, was an English linguist, phonetician and pioneer in the field of English language learning and teaching. He wrote widely on the principles of language study, language teaching methodology and on 'spoken' English. In Britian he collaborated with Daniel Jones on research into spoken English and applied phonetics. Later Palmer became 'Linguistic Advisor' to the Department of Education in Japan and continued to contribute much on language acquisition and teaching methodology. This work was written during his time in Tokyo
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