Welcome to LinguisticsNetwork Resources
Here at LinguisticsNetwork, our primary goal is to provide our users with diverse and high-quality resources by offering a wide range of academic support for studying for exams, writing papers, carrying out research projects, or just getting satisfying answers to your linguistics queries. We focus on offering resources at the undergraduate and graduate levels in the fundamental areas of linguistic study.
Our tutorials are written by linguistics professors and teaching assistants who are in the classroom working with students on a regular basis. They have first-hand experience with the concepts that are the most difficult to grasp, the questions that are most commonly asked, and the background knowledge that students need that is not ofter offered in textbooks. Tutorials are created as undergraduate, introductory level explanations of broad subjects such as ‘An Introduction to Phonetics’ as well as more focused subjects such as ‘Syntactic Constituents’.
These primary sources are for more advanced-level readings on various topics and language families. Geared for upper-level undergraduate or graduate students, these articles not only provide essential information but are also excellent examples of linguistic writing, scientific method, data gathering and analysis, field work methods, and argumentation.
We offer the most comprehensive online linguistics glossary, to which we add entries on a weekly basis. Each entry is written carefully to offer you quality information with examples when needed.
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