CGELCambridge Grammar of the English Language (book)
CGELCenter for Genetic Evaluation of Livestock (Colorado State University)
CGELCover Gas Evaluation Loop
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I fully agree that CGEL is a very long book and that page numbers for all citations would be helpful.
Regardless of their different approaches to English grammar, the CaGEL, CGEL and LGSWE are very much in unison with reference to the constructions mentioned in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century English, and their findings in the corresponding chapters can be broadly rendered as follows.
Why are major linguistics journals like English Language and Linguistics and comprehensive grammars such as CGEL (Huddleston & Pullum, 2002) almost never cited in the ELT literature these days?