Use the following guides to find reference grammars held by the Tri-College libraries and to see reviews by other students who took Linguistics 115:
Use the instructions below for information on how to identify dictionaries, additional grammars, and other texts.
Subject headings are effective ways to identify dictionaries, grammars, and other texts.
Subject headings for languages are all structured the same way: the name of the language followed by the word "language" and then the appropriate subheading (e.g., Basque language Phonology). Some examples include: Navajo language Dictionaries English; Navajo language Grammar; Hindi language Grammar; Hungarian language Phonology.
The easiest way to use subject headings is to browse the subject-heading list in Tripod. (To find items not held by the Tri-Colleges, you can plug these same subject headings into WorldCat, which searches library catalogs from around the U.S. and the world.)
To browse subject headings in Tripod, follow these steps:
From the Books & More tab,