An Introduction to Applicative Universal Grammar
by Bernard Paul Sypniewski
Publisher: Rowan University 2000
Number of pages: 64
This monograph was written to make it easier for those curious about AUG to understand this interesting linguistic theory. Topics: A description of the semiotic theory of language; Phonology; Genotype Grammar; Phenotype Grammar; and Methodology.
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