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Go deeper into Mystery with John Bradburne's poetry of The Trinity
Oremus 141, 2009, 10-11
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Going especially careful in The Third Man: a linguistic exploration
In Dermot Gilvary & Darren J. N. Middleton (eds), Dangerous edges of Graham Greene (New York & London: Continuum, 2011), 128-48, 290-3
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Grammar rules
Television script and presentation for Open University Course PE 232, Language Development, Block 2, 1980
Grumbling about grammar
Practical English Teaching, June 1987, 59
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Happenings
(Holy Island Press, 2000), 66 pp. 0 9513063 6 7
Hark, hark, what shout is that?
Around the Globe 31. [based on article written for theTroilus programme, Shakespeare's Globe, August 2005: 'Saying it like it was']
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Have I twice said well?
Around the Globe 23, 2003, 10-11
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Having it up to here: the asymmetrical lexicon
English Today 28, 1991, 43-4
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Hopkins and Bradburne
paper given to the Hopkins Literary Festival, Newbridge, Ireland, 27 July 2011
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Hotel babble on
Do Not Disturb [Best Western Hotels magazine] 9 (2014), 10-14
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How are the mighty fallen?
History Today, January 2011, 42-3
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How dare you talk to me like that!
Talk to BBC Radio 4, 4 July 1981; repeat 19 November, 6 January 1982. Printed in The Listener, 2719, 9 July 1981, 37-9
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How did it sound to you?
[with Ben Crystal] Around the Globe 58 (2014), 24-5 [discussion of the Macbeth OP production, July 2014]
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How do you spell that?
Speak Up (Milano) 340, July 2013, 42-3 [transcription of audio recording]
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How language breaks down
English Today 1991, 25, 21-8
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How language works
(London: Penguin, 2006), xii+500 pp. 0 140 51538 0; US edition (Penguin: Avery, 2005), 978 1 58333 291 7
How Language Works
How Langauge Works (cover)
Published in 2005, this introduction tells the story of language in over 70 short, self-contained chapters, with a fresh orientation provided through the emphasis on ‘how’ linguistic behaviour operates.
Published in 2005, this introduction tells the story of language in over 70 short, self-contained chapters, with a fresh orientation provided through the emphasis on ‘how’ linguistic behaviour operates.
How Language Works [US edition]
How Langauge Works (paperback)
Published in 2005, this introduction tells the story of language in over 70 short, self-contained chapters, with a fresh orientation provided through the emphasis on ‘how’ linguistic behaviour operates.
Published in 2005, this introduction tells the story of language in over 70 short, self-contained chapters, with a fresh orientation provided through the emphasis on ‘how’ linguistic behaviour operates.
How many millions?
English Today 1, 1985, 7-10
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How many words?
English Today 12, 1987, 11-14
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How much, did you say?
Around the Globe 51 (2012), 34-6 [part 1 of a 3-part series]
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How much, did you say again?
Around the Globe 52 (2012), 48-9 [part 2 of a 3-part series]
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How to assemble an authoritative reference work
In How to Get Published: a Guide for Academics, Times Higher Education Supplement, January 2004, 16-21
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Il significato della metodologia nell'approcio logopedico
Atti del 1o Congresso Italiano di Logopedia, Rimini, 1980 (Rome: Armando, 1981)
Imagination bodies forth
Around the Globe 18, 2001, 28-9
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In defence of text messaging
Speak Up (Milano) 344, November 2013, 42-3 [transcription of audio recording]
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Indexing a reference grammar
The Indexer 15 (2), 1986, 67-72
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Index to A comprehensive grammar of the English language
London: Longman, 1985
In every sense
Around the Globe 49, 2011, 40
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In search of English
NATE Classroom, 8, 2009, 18-20
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In search of English: a traveller's guide
ELT Journal 49 (2), 1995, 107-21. The Oxford/BBC ELT Lecture, October 1993. Adapted version for the Andrew Wilkinson Memorial Lecture, Norwich 1994 (see 1997 below)
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In search of English: a traveller's guide
In Language, Literacy, Literature and Life, first and second Andrew Wilkinson Memorial Lectures (University of East Anglia), 1997, 2-20. [Adaptation of 1995 paper.]
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Interaction des niveaux linguistiques chez les enfants atteints d'un handicap au niveau du langage
(Interaction between linguistic levels in language handicapped children.) Questions de logopédie 9 (1), 1986, 9-25
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Interlanguage on the Internet
The Hong Kong Linguist 19-20, 1999, 12-15. (Adaptation of 'Interpreting interlanguage', 1998.)
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International English: an interview with David Crystal by Rakesh Bhanot
Language Issues (NATECLA) 23(1), 2012, 29-37
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Internet language
In Louise Cummings (ed.), The Pragmatics Encyclopedia (London: Routledge, 2010), 234-6
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Internet linguistics
London: Routledge, 2011, 179 pp. 9780415602686; (p/b) 9780415602716; Montenegrin translation, Dejvid Kristal Internetska Lingvistika (Podgorica, 2012), 205 pp. 9789940579227
Internet Linguistics
Internet Linguistics
Published in 2011, this book is in some ways a sequel to Language and the Internet, but now focussing on the study of the Internet as a branch of linguistics. It includes case studies of Twitter, Internet security, and online advertising, with each chapter providing activities and suggestions for further research.
Published in 2011, this book is in some ways a sequel to Language and the Internet, but now focussing on the study of the Internet as a branch of linguistics. It includes case studies of Twitter, Internet security, and online advertising, with each chapter providing activities and suggestions for further research.
Internet punctuation
'Ask a linguist', in Babel 15 (2016), 29
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Interpreting interlanguage
e magazine: the A-level English magazine, 1, September 1998, 27-8
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Interview (in Dutch) with Marc van Oostendorp on popularising linguistics
OnzeTaal 12, December 2008, 344-6
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Interview. Part 1, focusing on endangered languages
in New Routes 12, 2001, 6-8
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Interview. Part 2, focusing on English
in New Routes 13, 2001, 6-8
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Interview with a linguist
Primary Matters, NATE Summer 2016, 2-5
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Interview with David Crystal by Jack Scholes
In New Routes 41, May 2010, 10-12
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Interview with David Crystal by Katarina Rasulic: 'A nation without a language is a nation without a heart'
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 1, 2009, 231-54
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Interview with David Crystal by Nick Franklin
Think in English 103 (Brazil), 54-7, with CD (interviewed at TESOL Madrid, March 2008)
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Interview with Paul Meier: A Midsummer Night's Dream: an original pronunciation production
In Dudley Knight (ed.), A world of voice; voice and speech across culture, Voice and Speech Trainers Association, 2011, 209-23
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In the cause of God's vagabond
Catholic Herald, 6775, 19 August 2016, 26-7
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Intonation and linguistic theory
In K.H. Dahlstedt (ed.), The Nordic languages and modern linguistics 2 (Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell, 1975), 267-303
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Intonation and metrical theory
Transactions of the Philological Society, 1973, 1-33. Reprinted in The English Tone of Voice
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Intonation and semantic structure
In Actes du Xe Congrès International des Linguistes (Bucharest), 1970, 415-22
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Introducing linguistics
Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1992, 77 pp. 0 14 081017 X
Introduction
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Introduction to language pathology
(London: Edward Arnold, 1980) 0 7131 6274 0; 0 7131 6275 9; Spanish translation 1983, Patalogia del lenguaje (Madrid: Cátedra), 272 pp. 84 376 0381 1
Introduction to language pathology
(London: Whurr, 1988), 2nd edition, x+229 pp. 1 871381 10 X
Introduction to Language Pathology, 4th edn
Introduction to Language Pathology
This standard textbook was first published in 1980, and developed a greater therapeutic dimension when Rosemary Varley joined David Crystal for the 3rd edition in 1993. The 4th edition of 1998 includes recent developments in terminology and information-processing psychology, and adds revision questions.
This standard textbook was first published in 1980, and developed a greater therapeutic dimension when Rosemary Varley joined David Crystal for the 3rd edition in 1993. The 4th edition of 1998 includes recent developments in terminology and information-processing psychology, and adds revision questions.
Introduction to language pathology (with R Varley)
(London: Whurr, 1993), 3rd edition, xiv+283 pp. 1 897635 50 8
Introduction to language pathology (with R Varley)
(London: Whurr, 1998; London: Wiley, from 2005), 4th edition, xvii+267 pp. 1 86156 071 0
Investigating English style (with D. Davy)
(London: Longman, 1969), xiv+260 pp. 0 253 33165 X
Investigating nonceness: lexical innovation and lexicographic coverage
In Robert Boenig & Kathleen Davis (eds), Manuscript, narrative and lexicon: essays on literary and cultural transmission in honor of Whitney F Bolton (Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press; London: Associated University Presses, 2000), 218-31
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In word and deed
[original title: Making grammar over.] TES Teacher, 30 April 2004
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ISAAC in chains: the future of communication systems
Augmentative and alternative communication 2 (4), 1986, 140-5
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Isaac Pitman: the linguistic legacy
English Today 55, 12-19. (Paper given to the Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution, Bath, June 1997)
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I saw eight -ships...
Around the Globe 30, 2005, 20-21
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I shall and I will.
English Today 5, 1986, 42-4
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Is there anybody there?
Guest editorial, The Indexer 19 (3), 1995, 153-4
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Is Welsh safe?
[talk prepared for Rhodri Williams, 1999, unpublished]
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It ain't just what you say but the way that you say it: indexing a DVD
The Indexer 27 (4), 2009, 173-5
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It must have been like this
Around the Globe 61, 2015, 42-43
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Jezyk je dryshtvenya konstryktsija: interview
Nin (Belgrade) 2750, 11 September 2003, 42-3
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John Bradburne: songs of the vagabond (ed.)
(Holy Island Press / John Bradburne Memorial Society, 1996), xi+84 pp. 0 9513063 4 0
John Bradburne on love
(Holyhead: Holy Island Press, 2009). 978095619730 6
John Bradburne's birds, bees, and beasts (ed.)
(Holy Island Press / John Bradburne Memorial Society, 2007), 370 pp. 978 0 9513063 9 0
John Bradburne's Book of Days (ed.)
(Holy Island Press / John Bradburne Memorial Society, 2004), 370 pp. 0 951 30638 3
John Bradburne's Mutemwa
John Bradburne's Mutemwa
This introduction to the life and work of the missionary poet John Bradburne was compiled by David and Hilary Crystal in 2000. The most prolific poet in the English language, his oeuvre can be explored at johnbradburnepoems.com
This introduction to the life and work of the missionary poet John Bradburne was compiled by David and Hilary Crystal in 2000. The most prolific poet in the English language, his oeuvre can be explored at johnbradburnepoems.com
John Bradburne’s Mutemwa (with Hilary Crystal)
(Holy Island Press / John Bradburne Memorial Society, 2000), 38 pp. 0 9513063 5 9
Johnson, the Dictionary, the Wiki, and the Web
BBC Radio 3 The Essay, September 2009
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Johnson and the Internet
Hilda Hulme Memorial Lecture, University of London, 21 April 2005
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Johnson's Dictionary 250 years on
Presidential address to the Johnson Society, Lichfield, September 2005. Johnson Society Transactions, 1-9
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Journal of Child Language (editor)
(Cambridge University Press, 1973-85)
Journal of Linguistics (associate editor)
(Cambridge University Press, 1970-3)
Just a phrase I'm going through: my life in language
(London and New York: Routledge, 2009), (h/b) 9780415485753; (p/b) 9780415485746; (ebook) 9780203878491; abridged audiobook, 4 CDs, c.5 hrs, 9780415547901
Just a Phrase I'm Going Through: My Life in Language
Just a Phrase I'm Going Through - My Life in Language
Published in 2009, this autobiographical memoir describes the evolution of the author’s involvement in language study, and reflects on its delights and dangers.
Published in 2009, this autobiographical memoir describes the evolution of the author’s involvement in language study, and reflects on its delights and dangers.
Just a Phrase I’m Going Through: My Life in Language: Audio Book
Just a Phrase I_m Going Through - My Life in Language - Audio Book
Published in 2009, an abridged version of the autobiography, read by the author. Four discs contain some five hours of recording.
Published in 2009, an abridged version of the autobiography, read by the author. Four discs contain some five hours of recording.
Keypad shorthand
[original title: TXT, NE1?]. In e magazine 11, 2001, 26-7
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King James still reigns at 400
The Free-Lance Star, Fredericksburg, VA, 24 April 2011, D1, D3
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Language, life, the universe ...
English Today 4, 1985, 37-8
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Language: medium, barrier, or Trojan horse?
Conference on 'Cultural diplomacy at the crossroads: cultural relations in Europe and the wider world' Wilton House, 26 November 1997
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Language acquisition
Cassette tape and slides. University of Reading: Reading Centre, 1973. [With books]
Language and communication
In Library of Modern Knowledge (London: Readers Digest Association, 1978), 870-99
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Language and questions of culture: an interview by Xiaoping Jiang
Cultus: the Journal of Intercultural Mediation and Communication 6, 2013, 21-46
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Language and religion
In L. Sheppard (ed.), Twentieth century Catholicism (New York: Hawthorn Books, 1966), 11-28
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Language and the Internet
Cambridge: CUP, 2001, ix+272 pp. 0 521 80212 1; Spanish translation, 2002, El lenguaje e Internet (Madrid: CUP), 304 pp. 84 8323 256 1; 2nd edition, 2006
Language and the Internet
(Cambridge: CUP, 2006), 2nd edn, ix + 316 pp. 0521868599
Language and the Internet, 2nd edn
Language and the Internet
First published in 2001, the rapid evolution of the Internet motivated a 2nd edition in 2006. New chapters on blogging and instant messaging supplement the earlier accounts of emails, chatgroups, virtual worlds, and the World Wide Web.
First published in 2001, the rapid evolution of the Internet motivated a 2nd edition in 2006. New chapters on blogging and instant messaging supplement the earlier accounts of emails, chatgroups, virtual worlds, and the World Wide Web.
Language A to Z, Book 1
London: Longman, 1991, 140 pp. 0 582 07565 3; updated and integrated with Book 2, 2013 (Crystal Books Project)
Language A to Z, Book 2
London: Longman, 1991, vi+152 pp. 0 582 07564 5; updated and integrated with Book 1, 2013 (Crystal Books Project)
Language A to Z, Teacher's Book
London: Longman, 1991, vi+185 pp. 0 582 07562 9; updated, 2013 (Crystal Books Project)
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