Linguistics is the scientific study of language. We study how language works, the evolution of languages and the learning process for both first and second language acquisition.
⌛️Last updated: April 28, 2020, 9:52 p.m.
Here are some general resources related to Linguistics. These should be a useful introduction, regardless of which Linguistics-related course you’re interested in and where you might want to study it.
BBC Radio 4’s ‘Word of Mouth’ podcast 🔗 This podcast is an accessible way to hear about some mainstream ideas in linguistics.
Cambridge Linguistics Preliminary Reading List 🔗 🌟 A great place to start for what to read.
Free syntax textbook 🔗 Linguistics undergraduates love this resource as much as Brits love tea.
Glottopedia 🔗 A free online encyclopedia full of linguistics fun.
History of English Podcast 🔗 A podcast doing what it says on the tin - gives a good overview of the history of the English language.
Lingthusiasm 🔗 A classic introduction to loads of linguistics topics. Will help you develop ‘lingthusiasm.’
Miracles Of Human Language 🔗 An online course giving you insight into studying linguistics. One of the larger commitments on this list but definitely worth it.
The Ling Space 🔗 A YouTuber with an impressive number of views (as far as linguistics is concerned anyway).
TrevTutor 🔗 Useful introduction guides to many topics within linguistics.
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