Perspectives on English: Studies in Honour of Professor Emma Vorlat

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Peeters Publishers, 1994 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 576 pages
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Contents

Augustinus Saturnius Laza and His Place in the Grammatical
21
Joseph Priestleys Approach of Grammatical Categorization
34
A Sound Like the Gaggling of Geese
54
Translation and the Scottish Enlightenment
78
B Issues and Description
98
Syntactic Variation and Language Change
111
Generalising Inductive Generalisation
128
Some Systematic
140
On Illocutionary Taxonomies
285
Markedness Experientialism and Nominal Categories
331
Another Way of Looking at
386
The Case of Verbs of Answering
408
The Applied Perspective
449
Iconicity in Theoretical and Applied Linguistics
469
Vocabulary Management in Foreign Language Teaching
484
Academic Spoken English
507

The Synchronic Perspective
159
On the Function of Phrases
183
Communicative Purpose as Conveyed by Functional Sentence
203
Some Aspects of Gulf War Vocabulary
231
Fact Projection
257
Grammatical ConsciousnessRaising and the Lexicon
527
A CognitiveDidactic Approach
542
Information Processing Models of Word and Object Naming
557
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