Further Interesting Links
The 'Linguist List' is one of the most prominent websites dealing with the vast field of lingusitics. Though the layout of the website appears cluttered, the content is highly informative. Run by linguistics professors and graduate students alike, LINGUIST maintains “a web-site with over 2000 pages and runs a mailing list with over 25,000 subscribers worldwide. LINGUIST also hosts searchable archives of over 100 other linguistic mailing lists and runs research projects which develop tools for the field, e.g., a peer-reviewed database of language and language-family information, and recommendations of best practice for digitizing endangered languages data."
not only includes a list of well documented essays on morphological phenomena but also interesting study questions for you to practice.
is a further good website to start some research within the field of linguistics. The short paragraphs at the bottom of each section help you to approach the wide arrange of study questions. It is definitely worth a try.
- Merriam-Webster Online
- American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language
- The Oxford English Dictionary
- Leo: English-German; German-English Dictionary
- It is a well-structured blog with particular focus on the English morphological system. Either you can start a new discussion on a phenomena you are most interested in, ask questions or you actively participate in lively discussions.
- The “Linguistics Forum”
is an academic, yet informal blog for the discussion of linguistics per se.
- [[http://literalminded.wordpress.com/category/morphology|Edutainment: The following blog centers around creative word-formation and linguistic oddities we encounter it in our daily lives – in short: this blog is both entertaining as well as educating.
- Dr. Goodword’s language blog
is replete with interesting language related bits and pieces that encourage the reader to contribute some written comments.