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  • Wikipedia: English Language
    Overview of the English language's history, sounds, grammar, vocabulary, writing system, and regional dialects.
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_language
  • WordNet
    Online lexical reference system and thesaurus, designed to organize English words into synonym sets, each representing one underlying lexical concept, and linked by synonyms, antonyms, and other relationships. From Princeton University.
    wordnet.princeton.edu
  • Word Detective, The
    Online version of Words, Wit and Wisdom, a newspaper column that answers readers' questions about words and language.
    www.word-detective.com
  • History of the English Language
    Links to resources, discussion list, workshops, and more.
    ebbs.english.vt.edu/hel/hel.html
  • Vocabula Review, The
    A monthly journal about the state of the English language and the society that speaks it.
    www.vocabula.com
  • Innocent English
    Lists funny English mistakes from around the world.
    www.innocentenglish.com
  • British, Canadian and American Vocabulary
    List of the differences and similarities between British, Canadian, and American spelling and vocabulary, and a note about Canadian pronunciation.
    www3.telus.net/linguisticsissues/britishcanadianamericanvocab.html
  • English-Speaking Union of the United States
    Promotes scholarship and the advancement of knowledge through the effective use of English in an expanding global community.
    www.english-speakingunion.org
  • Survey of English Usage at University College London
    Research unit dedicated to corpus linguistics and English grammar; comparative studies of varieties of English throughout the world.
    www.ucl.ac.uk/english-usage
  • Words-L
    A forum for discussion of the English language. Also contains archives of list discussion.
    www.words-l.org
  • Great Vowel Shift, The
    Examines the change that affected the long vowels of English during the 15th through the 18th centuries. Includes examinations of how the shift can be seen in the works of Chaucer, Shakespeare, and later literature.
    www.furman.edu/~mmenzer/gvs
  • English and its History
    A look at how the English language has changed over time, from Old English to the present.
    www.csun.edu/~sk36711/WWW/engl400/FAQ.html
 




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