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by Henry Sweet

Free eBook History of Language download ISBN: 8185231044
Author: Henry Sweet
Publisher: Creative Books (October 1995)
Language: English
Pages: 160
Category: Mention
Subcategory: Words Language and Grammar
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by. Sweet, Henry, 1845-1912. University of California Libraries. Bibliography: p. -148.

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Henry Sweet (15 September 1845 – 30 April 1912) was an English philologist, phonetician and grammarian. Many of his ideas have remained influential, and a number of his works continue to be in print, being used as course texts at colleges and universities.

Henry Sweet was born in London and educated at King's College School, London

Henry Sweet was born in London and educated at King's College School, London. In 1864, he spent a short time studying at the University of Heidelberg. Upon his return to England, he took up an office job with a trading company in London. Sweet was also closely involved in the early history of the Oxford English Dictionary.

In this part I have aimed at clearness of statement and adequate illustration, and have tried to avoid truisms and superfluous generalizations on the one hand, and over-abstraction and linguistic mysticism on the other.

A famous English scholar Henry Sweet divides the three main periods into .

A famous English scholar Henry Sweet divides the three main periods into early, classical, and late. Division into chronological periods is based on two aspects: external and internal (extra-linguistic and intra-linguistic). Numerous dictionaries and grammar-books were published and spread through education and writing.

Henry Sweet (1845–1912) began at an early age to teach himself Old English and Old Icelandic.

According to English scientists Henry Sweet classified this periods are connected with the development of. .

According to English scientists Henry Sweet classified this periods are connected with the development of English endings. made by means of endings, scarce as they are. There is a tradition of recognizing.

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