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Deciphering the English Code

The Untold History of The Words We Speak

By Joseph Aronesty
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Price: $17.95

Format: Softcover
ISBN 13: 978-0-988229-70-9
LCCN: 2014919272
Trim Size: 7x10
Number of Pages: 334
Publisher: Two Candle Press
Publication Date: 10/5/2015

Aronesty takes his readers on an archaeological dig to uncover the Stone Age roots of spoken language.

In a way anyone can understand, the Common Language Code (CLC) described by Aronesty reveals the underlying science that forms the basis for English and most of the world's prominent languages.

Readers will lean that English letters are actually stylized hieroglyphs. Aronesty also reveals how the logic of prehistoric hunter-gatherer body/sign language evolved into modern language.

The culmination of years of thought and work, Deciphering the English Code brings together the most basic elements of linguistic history in one insightful, easy-to-read, and delightfully humorous resource. If you have ever wanted to know how the words and letters we write, read, and think in came to be, you won't want to miss this book. 

Native English speakers will never think about words in the same way, and ESL students can use ths information like keys that unlock the doors to fuller comprehension.

JOSEPH ARONESTY is a tireless student of language theory, a published songwriter and one of the world’s first internet pioneers. He did his undergraduate study at the University of Pennsylvania. In 2003, he made a quantum leap in logic when, inspired by words he recalled from a friend and associate at U of P, he discovered that English words contain a simple logic that reveals their root meanings based on the physicality involved in making sounds and other specific sonic properties. Joseph lives in Los Angeles, where he is presently working his next book, Word Families for Students of English.

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