<i>German—English Großwörterbuch/Big Word Book</i>—Book Announcement from Psammeticus Press SpecGram Vol CLVIII, No 2 Contents <i>SpecGram</i>matical Crossword—Trey Jones


New from Panini Press: Sprachgeist Guides for the Linguist on the Go!

Is that dative in the example set you’re looking at really a dative? Is a Karimojong participle the same thing you’d call a participle? As any linguist knows, it’s usefuland sometimes vitalto get an accurate picture of a language you’re not a specialist in, and to do it quickly. Unfortunately, up to now, doing so has involved trying to plow through reference grammars, and we all know the problems with those! Many authors create idiosyncratic terminology sets, use familiar terms in new ways, use examples sets salted with null elements created only by their theories, or go wild with abbreviations. Some are even Tagmemicists! But now you can cut through all that and get all the really important information about a languageits Sprachgeist, if you willwith a volume from Panini Press’s new series! ❦पा

Available Now:

  • German: Resistance to Our Compound Nouns is Futile

  • Latin: Because We Say So

  • Finnish: There’s a Case Suffix for That

  • Malagasy: WTF!?!?

  • Mongolian: Fifty Thousand Times the Horsepower

  • Sanskrit: Sandhi, Bloody Sandhi

Coming Soon:
  • Akkadian: We’re in Ur Ziggurat, Taking Ur Stuff

  • Chinese: Toning Up While Growing the Economy

  • Ancient Greek: We’re Still Arguing About This Title

  • French: We Demand You Find It Relevant


German—English Großwörterbuch/Big Word Book—Book Announcement from Psammeticus Press
SpecGrammatical Crossword—Trey Jones
SpecGram Vol CLVIII, No 2 Contents