The linguistic study aims to explain the nature of human language in terms of basic underlying principles. Linguists study the structure of natural languages to better understand those principles. It has various sub-theories in it. The book focuses on three main linguistics theories: sentences, clauses, and syntax. The book questions linguistics’s pragmatic, historical, and philosophical nature. It contains the depth essence of the topic with extended illustrations and figures to help you understand the concepts. You will get the views of past to present with well-used standard examples and interesting and knowledgeable material.
The book comes with its share of questions, reference readings, and in-depth discussions. This book is intended for the general reader and the student entering linguistic work. Without such an introduction, specialized trends are unintelligible. For the general reader, an orderly survey is probably more interesting than a discussion of selected topics for those, after all, cannot be understood without their background. On the other hand, the deep-rooted things about language mean the most to us.
The book tries to tell about them in simple terms and shows their bearing on human affairs. No one will ask for an anecdotal treatment that has once opened his eyes to the strangeness, beauty, and import of human speech.