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Voices: a case study in the evolution of a linguistic climate at the BBC
In Clive Upton and Bethan L. Davies (eds.), Analysing 21st-century British English: conceptual and methodological aspects of the 'Voices' project (Abingdon: Routledge, 2013), 12-25
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Walking English: a journey in search of language
(New York: Overlook Press, 2009), US p/b edition with new title for By hook or by crook: a journey in search of English (2007) 9781590202630
Watching World English grow
IATEFL Nesletter, 1997; adapted for Concorde 5, English-Speaking Union, Autumn 1997, 6-7
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Watch your language: top books on the history and use of English
Five Best: Wall Street Journal, 20 May 2006
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Weighing up Williamisms
Around the Globe 3 (1997), 9; reprinted in Modern English Teacher (8:2, 1999), 20-21
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Well, well, well
Around the Globe 29, 2005, 16-17
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Were you on your auditory mettle?
Around the Globe 32, 2006, 32-4
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What can this cock-pit hold?
Around the Globe 4 (1997), 19; reprinted in Modern English Teacher (8:3, 1999), 15-16
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What do we do with an International Year of Languages?
Paper given to the UNESCOCat forum, Barcelona, European Languages Day, 26 September 2007
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What do we do with an International Year of Languages?
Letter to Language with editor's reply, Language, 84 (2), 2008, 215-17
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What is linguistics?
London: Edward Arnold, 1968, viii + 84 pp. 0 7131 5381 4; 0 7131 5382 2; Japanese edition with notes, 1969 (Tokyo: Shinozaki Shorin), No ISBN
What is linguistics?
(London: Edward Arnold, 1969), 2nd edn viii + 88 pp. (Reprinted with amendments, 1971) 0 7131 5482 9; 0 7131 5483 7; Japanese translation (1975), 1382 260012 5625
What is linguistics?
(London: Edward Arnold, 1974), 3rd edn viii + 83 pp. 0 7131 5741 0 (Reprinted with amendments, 1977, 1982); Portuguese translation 1981, Que é lingüística? (Rio de Janeiro: Ao Livro Técnico S/A), xii+60 pp. 85 215 0052 1
What is linguistics?
(London: Edward Arnold, 1985), 4th edn x + 83 pp. 0 7131 6443 3
What is Standard English?
Concorde (English-Speaking Union), 1994, 24-6
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What's in a name, Bob?
English Today 36, 1993, 53-4
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What time is it?
Around the Globe 13, 2000, 22-3
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What was that again?
English Today 14, 1988, 52-3
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When language breaks down
4 talks for BBC Radio 4, June-July 1983
Where Dull is dull, but Feeble is brave
Review of Laurie Maguire, Shakespeare's Names, Around the Globe 38, 2008, 46-7
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Which English - or English Which?
In M. Hayhoe & S. Parker (eds), Who owns English? (Open University Press, 1994), 108-14
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Who cares about English usage?
Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1984, 124 pp. 0 14 02.2544 7; 0 14 008315 4; Japanese translation, 1985, no ISBN; Japanese translation, 1986, 4 385 43129 9
Who cares about English usage?
Harmondsworth: Penguin, 2000, updated edition, 128 pp. 0 14 028951 8
Who pays the piper calls the tune: changing linguistic goals in the service of industry. A case study
In D Prys and B Williams (eds), Global Understanding in Multilingual, Multimodal and Multimedia Contexts (GUM3C) (Bangor: Language Technologies Unit), Conference at Bangor University, 22-23 August 2008, 39-46
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Why did he say it?
English Today 17, 1989, 41-2
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Why did the crowd think St Peter was drunk? An exercise in applied sociolinguistics
New Blackfriars 79 (No. 924), February 1998, 72-76
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Why did you resign?
In R. Gurd (ed), Turning points, 1997 [not appeared]
Why read Old English literature?
[with Richard North and Joe Allard] and The end of Old English, in Richard North and Joe Allard (eds), Beowulf and Other Stories (Harlow: Pearson Education, 2007), 1-25, 489-98
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Will’s words
Regular column on Shakespeare's 'false friends' in Times Education Supplement Teachers’ Magazine, May 2002 to July 2006, weekly in term time.
Words, words, words
(Oxford: OUP, 2006), viii+216 pp. 0 19 861444 6
Words and work
Talk, BBC Home Service, March 1965
Words on words: quotations on language and languages (with Hilary Crystal)
(Harmondsworth: Penguin, 2000), xi+580 pp. 0 14 029134 2; paperback edition, 2001, 0 14 051418 X; US edition by Chicago University Press, 2000, 0 226 12201 8; e-book edition (Crystal Books Project, 2013)
Working with LARSP
(London: Edward Arnold, 1979), viii+359 pp. 0 7131 6118 3
World English: How? Why? When? Where? Which? Whither?
English Language Teaching News 31, 1997 (The British Council and IATEFL), 52-75; also in ELT Links (Vienna Symposium, 1996), 9-14
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World English: past, present, future
Paper to ASKO Europa-Stiftung symposium on Weltgesellschaft, Weltverkehrssprache, Weltkultur, 'Globalisierung vs. Fragmentierung', 11-13 June 1999, Otzenhausen; adapted to a German context for Bernd Huppauf Proceedings, 2002
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Would you have marked it wrong?
Praxis des neusprachlichen Unterrichts 22, 1975: 41, 50-1, 168, 178-80, 324-5, 362, 378-9
Would you have marked it wrong? and Fachfrage
Praxis des neusprachlichen Unterrichts 15, 1968: 209-10, 285, 309-12, 402, 422-5
Would you have marked it wrong? and Fachfrage
Praxis des neusprachlichen Unterrichts 16, 1969: 91, 121, 200, 228-31, 325, 350-1, 427, 454-5
Would you have marked it wrong? and Fachfrage
Praxis des neusprachlichen Unterrichts 17, 1970: 60, 97-100, 102-3, 191, 208-10, 311, 326-8, 419, 441-3.
Would you have marked it wrong? and Fachfrage
Praxis des neusprachlichen Unterrichts 18, 1971: 68, 95-6, 98-9, 200, 215-16, 260, 326-7, 330-2, 402, 434-6
Would you have marked it wrong? and Fachfrage
Praxis des neusprachlichen Unterrichts 19, 1972: 57, 69-70, 166, 173-4, 219, 282, 289-90, 330-1, 390, 397, 437
Would you have marked it wrong? and Fachfrage
Praxis des neusprachlichen Unterrichts 20, 1973: 53, 60-1, 101, 156, 162-3, 213, 328.
Would you have marked it wrong? and Fachfrage
Praxis des neusprachlichen Unterrichts 21, 1974: 62, 164-5, 282, 386-7, 433-4
You know 'you know'?
TESOL Greece Newsletter 35, July-September 1992, 9-11
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Your turn
English Today 32, 1992, 43-4
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You said it
2 scripts for BBC Radio 3, 1976
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