The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language
- Disambiguation: Not to be confused with Cambridge Grammar of English.
The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language (/ðə ˈkaɪmbrɪʤ ˈgræmər əv ði: ˈɪŋ(g)lɪʃ ˈlæŋ(g)wɪʤ/ - CGEL /si:ʤel/) is a grammar of English published in 2002, written by Rodney Huddleston and Geoffrey K. Pullum.
It may be referenced as "Huddleston and Pullum (2002)".
At 1860 pages, it is fairly comprehensive.
A Student's Introduction to English Grammar is a 2005 book, also from Huddleston and Pullum, which acts as a more accessible summary of CGEL aimed at undergraduate students.
Other contributing authors include Laurie Bauer, Betty J. Birner, Ted Briscoe, Peter Collins, Anita Mittwoch, Geoffrey Nurnberg, John Payne, Frank Palmer, Peter Peterson, Lesley Stirling and Gregory Ward.
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