Longman

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Longman (/lɒŋgmən/) is a British publishing company, originally founded in 1724, which has a long history of publishing books on English. The founder of the firm was one of five booksellers who contracted with Samuel Johnson to bring out his famous A Dictionary of the English Language (1755). Among the influential grammars published by Longman were Lindley Murray's English Grammar (1795) and Quirk et al 's A Comprehensive Grammar of the English Language (1985).

The company is now an imprint of Pearson Education.