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Description du livre Originalhardcover. Etat : Gut. 527 S. Ein gutes und sauberes Exemplar. - Piotr Stalmaszczyk and Wieslaw Oleksy, Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk's research output -- Antonio Barcelonam Social clubs or sticks? Metonymie chaining in discourse -- Eugene H. Casad, Much ado about nothing in Cora -- Dirk Geeraerts, Prisms and blends. 'Digging one's grave' from two perspectives -- Laura A. Janda, "What is the role of semantic maps in cognitive linguistics?" -- Roman Kalisz, Nothing and nothingness in English and their equivalents in Polish and other languages. A cognitive semantic study -- Henryk Kardela, The case of smart, semantic underdeterminacy, or how words get their meanings from context -- Ronald W. Langacker, On AND and OR and OR as AND -- Aleksander Szwedek, Are prepositions metaphorical? -- Piotr Cap, Legitimization of the War-on-Terror within the proximization model -- Kenneth Holmqvist and Jaroslaw Ptuciennik, Empathy, stereotypes, negation and creativity. Towards a linguistic model of intersubjectivity -- Katarzyna M. Jaszczolt, Where cognitive and truth-conditional semantics meet: the case of concept shift -- Alexander V. Kravchenko, Speech, writing, and cognition: the rise of communicative dysfunction -- Jean-Rémi Lapaire, The meaning of meaningless grams - or emptiness revisited -- Danilo Marcondes, Towards a pragmatic analysis of language: Speech Act Theory and Critical Philosophy -- Miguel A. Martinez-Cabeza, Dangerous words: threats, perlocutions and strategic actions -- Daniel Van Olmen, Tanja Mortelmans, Johan van der Auwera, Grammaticalization and subjectification of the future. The case of English, Dutch and German -- Larisa Piotrovskaya, Description, expression and reflection of emotions in language behaviour -- Marcel Thelen, The structure of the lexicon in a "Two-Cycle Model of Grammar" (TCM): prototypicality and frames -- Olena I. Vashchenko, Cognitive-semantic aspects of metaphorical lexical/phraseological nominations of lying/deception in the present-day English language -- Andrew Wilson, Barrier and penetration imagery in altered states of consciousness discourse: replicating the five-stage model of Christian mysticism in the Bible -- Lukasz Bogucki, Translating and subtitling wordplay - between domestication and foreignisation -- Sally Burgess and Carmen Toledano, Explicitation in the collaborative translation into Spanish of two modem American poets -- Elzbieta Tabakowska, Enjambment, conceptual blending and translation of poetry -- Zdzisiaw Wqsik, Epistemological consequences of translating the sign-related terms of Ferdinand de Saussure's Cours de linguistique générale -- Lut Baten and Michael Goethals, Lexical frequency as a criterion and a tool in teaching and learning ESP: on the use of WordClassifier, more specifically for Business English -- Michael P. Oakes, Computer-aided discovery of regular sound changes in Spanish and Galician -- Rosa Rabadán, The present tenses in English and in Spanish: a corpus-based approach to cross-linguistic meaning and grammatical transfer -- Christoph Haase, Causation in contrast: transitivity, inchoativity, and L2 learner models -- Ewa Waniek-Klimczak, Category implementation in non-native speech: the case of aspirated plosives in Polish-English bilinguals. ISBN 9783631588611 Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 864. N° de réf. du vendeur 1124870

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