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Contributions to Wordpower: A-Z of Usage; Language Lobbies; Declining standards
The Sunday Times, March 1993
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Contrived sign language (with E. Craig)
In I. Schlesinger & L. Namir (eds),Current trends in the study of sign languages of the deaf (New York: Academic Press, 1978), 141-68
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Convent (with J.C. Davies)
(Holyhead: Holy Island Press, 1989), 130 pp. 0 9513063 1 6
Coping with change in applied linguistics (in conversation with Christopher Brumfit)
Journal of Applied Linguistics 1.3, 2004, 383-98 [appeared in 2006]
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Creating a world of languages
In FIPLV (International Federation of Language Teacher Associations), World News 61, December 2004, 22-35. (Contribution to Linguapax conference on Diversity, Sustainability and Peace, Barcelona, 20-23 May 2004)
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Crossing the great divide: language endangerment and public awareness
Keynote speech to the International Expert Meeting on Endangered Languages, UNESCO, Paris, 10 March 2003
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Crypto-bilinguals. Review-article of A.P. Cowie (ed.), The Oxford History of English Lexicography
Times Literary Supplement, 9 October 2009, 28-9
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Crystal clear
Interview by Andrew Peck in Communicator (The Institute of Scientific and Technical Communicators, Autumn 2014), 64-5
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Databank series (with J.L. Foster)
London: Edward Arnold, 1979, 24 pp. each
Heat 0 7131 0381 7
Light 0 7131 0380 9
Sound 0 7131 0379 5
Roads 0 7131 0377 9
Railways NA
Canals 0 7131 0376 0
Monasteries 0 7131 0395 7
Manors 0 7131 0394 9
Castles 0 7131 0393 0
Money 0 7131 0390 6
Parliament 0 7131 0391 4
Newspapers 0 7131 0392 2
Databank series (with J.L. Foster)
(London: Edward Arnold, 1982), 24 pp. each
Air 0 7131 0633 6
Food 0 7131 0631 X
Volcanoes 0 7131 0632 8
Databank series (with J.L. Foster)
London: Edward Arnold, 1981, 24 pp. each
The Greeks 0 7131 0556 9
The Romans 0 7131 0554 2
The Ancient Egyptians 0 7131 0555 0
Databank series (with J.L. Foster)
(London: Edward Arnold, 1983), 24 pp. each
Deserts 0 7131 0828 2
Dinosaurs 0 7131 0829 0
Electricity 0 7131 0837 1
Databank series (with J.L. Foster)
London: Edward Arnold, 1984, 24 pp. each
Motorcycles 0 7131 0836 3
Computers 0 7131 0838 X
Horses and ponies 0 7131 0839 8
The Normans 0 7131 0949 1
The Vikings 0 7131 0947 5
The Romans 0 7131 0554 2
The Celts 0 7131 0989 0
The Anglo-Saxons 0 7131 0948 3
Databank series (with J.L. Foster)
(London: Edward Arnold, 1985), 24 pp. each
Fishing 0 7131 0946 7
The Stone Age 0 7131 7300 9
Datasearch series (with J.L. Foster)
(London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1991), 32 pp. each
Air and breathing 0 340 52222 4
Light and seeing 0 340 52225 9
Sound and hearing 0 340 52223 2
Heating and cooling 0 340 52224 0
David Crystal
In Keith Brown, Vivien Law and R H Robins (eds), Linguistics in Britain: Personal Histories. (London: Philological Society, 2002), 91-103
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David Crystal: Neologismy zboznuji. Interview
Filmove Listy, 25 July 2007, 2-3
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Death sentence
The Guardian G2, 25 October 1999, 2-3; adaptation of Prospect article by The Guardian; further adaptation by Spotlight (March 2000) 14-20
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Degree courses in linguistics
Revue de Phonétique Appliquée, 1968
Developmental intonology
In W. Von Raffler-Engel & Y. Lebrun (eds), Baby talk and infant speech (Amsterdam, 1976), Proceedings of the Florence Symposium on First Language Acquisition, 1972, 56-65
Dialecte coach wanted: applye within
Around the Globe 39, 2008, 32-3
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Dictionary and thesaurus in the digital environment
Contribution to 'The OED Symposium: defining the future', 1 August 2013, Oxford
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Dictionary of English-Speaking Peoples: Proposal
Report to Cassells Publishers, 1967
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Did Johnson fix English spelling?
The New Rambler (Journal of the Johnson Society of London, 2012-13), 21-3
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Directions in applied linguistics
London: Academic Press, 1981, vii+179 pp. 0 12 198420 6
Discover grammar
London: Addison Wesley Longman, 1996, 159 pp. 0 582 29435 5
Discover Grammar
Discover Grammar
This book was first published in 1996 as a classroom companion to Rediscover Grammar. The chapters, corresponding to those in the earlier book, are organised into double-page spreads, with explanation on the left-hand side and activities on the right.
This book was first published in 1996 as a classroom companion to Rediscover Grammar. The chapters, corresponding to those in the earlier book, are organised into double-page spreads, with explanation on the left-hand side and activities on the right.
D.I. Slobin, Leopold's bibliography of child language
Language in Society 3, 1974, 135-40
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Disorders of speech
Mimms Magazine 2 (1), 1978, 15-17
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Dissemination Service Research Project
(Diploma in Remedial Language Studies). Final Report to Department of Education and Science and AFASIC, 1985
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Distractions
(play for radio), 1983
Diversity? We ain't seen nothin' yet
Paper to the Fédération Internationale des Professeurs de Langues Vivantes Conference: 'Diversity in Language Learning and Teaching', Göteborg, 16 June 2006
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Do as I say, not as I do. Review of Simon Heffer, Strictly English,
New Statesman, 11 October 2010, 51
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Documenting rhythmical change
In J. Windsor Lewis (ed), Studies in general and English phonetics (London: Routledge, 1994), 174-9
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Dr Johnson's Dictionary: an Anthology
(London: Penguin Classics, 2005), xlv+650 pp. 0 713 99887 3
DVD: A comprehensive framework for language study
. (Devon County Council Curriculum Services: Media Education Centre, 2003).
DVD: David Crystal's Introduction to Language
(London: Routledge, 2011); 9780415602679.
Early interest in Shakespearean Original Pronunciation
Language & History 56 (1), 2013, 5-17
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Edinburgh linguistry
[Five lexical items for the Edinburgh International Book Festival.] The Times 8 August 2007
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Editing an encyclopedia - features, facts and fantasies
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Editing it like it isn't
Publishing News, 1990
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Edit it again, Sam
The Author 111(2), 2000, 82-3. [adaptation and update of 1990 article]
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Editor's notes (2 books)
Child Language Teaching and Therapy 2 (1), 1986, 124
Editor's notes (2 books)
Child Language Teaching and Therapy 12 (3), 1996, 378-9
Editor's notes (4 books)
Child Language Teaching and Therapy 2 (3), 1986, 368-71
Editor's notes (4 books)
Child Language Teaching and Therapy 5(3), 1989, 368-9
Elements of early language development
MEIU Conference on Screening Procedures in Child Health Clinics, Cambridge, September 1983
Emerging Englishes
English Teaching Professional 14, 3-6, 2000; reworked version for Spotlight, as ‘English: Which Way Now?’, April 2000, 54-58; reproduced on e-mesh ltd web site, Nov 2000
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English
In Word classes (special volume of Lingua) 17, 1966, 24-56
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English: A status report
Spotlight, September 2011, 28-33
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English: the global language
Washington: US English, 1996, x+134 pp. No ISBN
English accents
English teaching (Rio de Janeiro: The British Council, 1967) 1, 3-9
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English and the communication of science
Moderna Språk C1 (centenary issue), 2006, 20-33 [adaptation of 2005 paper]
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English as a Classical language
Omnibus 42, 2001, 21-2
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English as a global language
Cambridge: CUP, 1997, x+150 pp. 0 521 59247 X; Canto edition, 1998, 0 521 62994 2; Russian edition, 2001 (Vesmir), 5 7777 0114 0; Japanese edition with notes, Tokyo: Shohakusha, 2000, 4 88198 492 6; Chinese edition, Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press, 2001, 7 5600 2369 X
English as a global language
Cambridge: CUP, 2003, 2nd edition, xv+212 pp. 0 521 82347 1; paperback edition 0 521 53032 6; Complex Chinese edition, 2007 (Owl Publishing), 978 986 7001 41 2
English as a global language
(Cambridge: CUP, 2003), 2nd edn, xv+212 pp. 0521823471; (p/b) 0521530326; Canto Classics edn 2012 9781107611801
English at the crossroads
Interview in Spotlight, February 2001, 14-17
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English grammar in the UK: a political history
Supplementary material to Making Sense: the Glamorous Story of English Grammar (Profile, 2017)
English in the New World
Financial Times Millennium Supplement, 1999
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English in the New World
Babylonia 1/2002, 16-17. [Revision of FT 1999 article; another version in Connecting (British Council, North India, West India, South India), November.]
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English - is it still one language?
Spotlight, 8, 2016, 36-8
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English now
6 talks for Radio 4, May-July 1984
English now (2nd series)
10 talks for Radio 4, April-July 1985
English now (3rd series)
10 talks for Radio 4, May-July 1986
English today
In M. Manser & N. Turton, The Penguin Wordmaster Dictionary (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1987)
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English worldwide
In R. Hogg and D. Denison (eds), A History of the English Language (Cambridge: CUP, 2006), 420-39; adapted by the Open University for Philip Seargeant & Joan Swann (eds), English in the world: history, diversity, change (Routledge, 2012), 152-77
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En inglés en el nuevo milenio
Impresiones (The British Council, Madrid, 1999), Winter, 20-1
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Enjoy science
(Tokyo: Asahi, 1984), Japanese translation of 3 Databank science titles, 132 pp. No ISBN
Entries in T. McArthur (ed)
Oxford Companion to the English Language (Oxford: OUP, 1992)
Eric Partridge: in his own words (ed.)
London: Deutsch/New York: Macmillan, 1980, 251 pp. 0 233 97300 1; 0 02 528960 8
Essential grammar
In The Longman Essential Activator (London: Addison Wesley Longman, 1997), 911-936
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Etymology
In B. Pattison (ed.), The mind of man (London: Grolier, 1966), 101-5
Evolving English: One Language, Many Voices
Evolving English - One Language - Many Voices
Published in 2010, to accompany the British Library’s 2010-11 exhibition on the English language, with over 150 texts given a commentary and full-colour illustration.
Published in 2010, to accompany the British Library’s 2010-11 exhibition on the English language, with over 150 texts given a commentary and full-colour illustration.
Evolving English: one language, many voices. An illustrated history of the English language
(London: British Library, 2010) 159 pp. 9780712350990
Exhibiting English
emagazine, 49, September 2010, 64-6
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Exhibiting the evolution of English
Dialogue (English-Speaking Union), December 2010, 14-15
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Fact and fiction in contemporary English
Journal of the Royal Society of Arts, June 1982, 395-401
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Facts on language and communication
In Readers Digest Book of Facts, 1985
F for frustrating, E for ennui
(review of J. Hope, Shakespeare's Grammar). Around the Globe 25, 2003, 38-9
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Final frontiers in applied linguistics?
2002 BAAL Pit Corder Lecture. In S. Sarangi & T. van Leeuwen (eds), Applied linguistics and communities of practice (London: Continuum, 2003), 9-24
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Foreword
Nicole Whitworth & Rachael-Anne Knight (eds), Methods in Teaching Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics (J&R Press, 2014), 1
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Foreword to 'SMS communication: a linguistic approach' (ed L-A Cougnon & C Fairon
Lingvisticae Investigationes 35 (2), 2012, 153-4
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Forked tongues. Review article on Umberto Eco, Serendipities: Language and Lunacy and Alberto Manguel, Into the Looking-Glass Wood
The Australian's Review of Books, 11 August 1999
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For the third time: how much, did you say?
Around the Globe 53, 2013, 42-4 [part 3 of a 3-part series]
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Four glasses and a baptism
Môntage, Writings from a Welsh Island, (Bridge Books, 2013) 162-4
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Fowler's Dictionary of Modern English Usage (ed.)
reprint of the first edition, with new introduction and notes, Oxford World Classics (Oxford: OUP, 2009)
Friends, Romans and Westcountrymen
Times Higher Education Supplement, 6 May 2005, 16-17
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From babble to Scrabble: integrating language creativity and linguistic intervention
Australian Reading Association Conference Papers, 1995, 45-65
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From international to local English - and back again (co-editor)
(eds) Roberta Facchinetti, David Crystal & Barbara Seidlhofer (Bern: Peter Lang, 2010) 268 pp. 9783034300117
'From out in left field? That's not cricket.' Finding a focus for the language curriculum.
In R.S. Wheeler (ed.), Workings of Language (Westport, CT: Praeger, 1999), 91-105
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From Scrabble to Babble: reflections on language attitudes and language play
In W. Kühlwein (ed.), Language as structure and language as process: in honour of Gerhard Nickel (Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 1998), 33-45
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From Scrabble to Drabble via Babble
The Independent (Review), 13 August 1998, 7
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From super dictionary to super-dictionary
Inaugural Michael Samuels lecture, University of Glasgow, 16 October 2012
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From the world to the word - and back again
Plenary lecture to the CILT Primary Languages Show, 'From the Word to the World', Liverpool, 4 March 2011
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Generating theological language
In J.P. van Noppen (ed.), Theolingustics (Free University, Brussels, 1981), Studiereeks Tijdschrift VUB, Niuwe Serie 8, 265-81
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German hunting
Around the Globe 46, 2010, 24-5
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Global understanding for global English
Paper given to Moscow University conference on 'Global English for Global Understanding', May 2001, in Moscow State University Bulletin, 19.4, 2001, 13-28
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Glossary entries
In W. Bright (ed.), International Encyclopedia of Linguistics 4 (New York: OUP, 1992), 273-348
Glossary entries adapted from Shakespeare's Words for Twelfth Night programme
Shakespeare's Globe, 2003, 32-3
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