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Foreword – August 2008

| January 8, 2014

Foreword. August 2008. Volume 3 Issue 2. It is my pleasure to present the Summer edition of the Linguistics Journal. The purpose of the journal is to provide a medium for the dissemination of original and high quality research in theoretical as well as applied Linguistics. I believe the journal has been very successful in […]

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Tagset Design, Inflected Languages, and N-gram Tagging

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April 2008. Volume 3 Issue 1 TitleTagset Design, Inflected Languages, and N-gram Tagging AuthorAnna Feldman Bio-DataAnna Feldman is and assistant professor of linguistics and computer science. Here interests are corpus linguistics and computational linguistics PDF E-book version pps. 1 – 173 view SWF Version view

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A Corpus-Based Study of Subjunctive Mood Patterns: Implications for EFL Instruction

| January 8, 2014

April 2008. Volume 3 Issue 1 Title A Corpus-Based Study of Subjunctive Mood Patterns: Implications for EFL Instruction Authors Weimin Zhang Tsinghua University, China/ Georgia State University, USA Guiling Hu Georgia State University, USA Bio-Data Weimin Zhang is associate professor of Applied Linguistics at Tsinghua University, Beijing. He also is a PhD candidate in applied […]

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Testing the Cognitive Categorisations of at in Native and Non-Native English Speakers. Evidence from a Corpus Study

April 2008. Volume 3 Issue 1 TitleTesting the Cognitive Categorization of at in Native and Non-Native English Speakers. Evidence from a Corpus Study1 AuthorsElsa Gonzalez-Álvarez University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain Susana M. Doval-SuárezUniversity of Santiago de Compostela, Spain Bio-DataElsa González-Alvarez is a Lecturer in English at the University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain). Her […]

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The Role of Initial English as Foreign Language Proficiency in Lexical Attrition/Retention of Iranian Learners: Is Productive or the Receptive Word Knowledge of Learned Nouns More Likely to be Lost?

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April 2008. Volume 3 Issue 1 TitleThe Role of Initial English as Foreign Language Proficiency in Lexical Attrition/Retention of Iranian Learners:Is Productive or the Receptive Word Knowledge of Learned Nouns More Likely to Be Lost? AuthorMahboobeh MorshedianAllame Tabatabai University, Iran Bio-DataMahmoobeh Morshedian has over five years of experience in translation from English into Persian and […]

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The Asymmetrical Relationship Between the Active and Passive Voice: Implications for Teaching Japanese-to-English Translation of Specialized Scientific Texts

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April 2008. Volume 3 Issue 1 TitleThe Asymmetrical Relationship Between the Active and Passive Voice: Implications for Teaching Japanese-to-English Translation of Specialized Scientific Texts AuthorYasunari Fujii Tokyo Denki University, Japan Bio-DataYasunari Fujii has taught at universities in both Australia and Japan, including the University of Canberra and Tokyo Denki University. He holds an MA in […]

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Downgrading the Importance of What Is Said via Prosodic Cues:A Comparative Perspective on the Use of Stylised Intonation Contours in French and in Finnish

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April 2008. Volume 3 Issue 1 TitleDowngrading the Importance of What Is Said via Prosodic Cues:A Comparative Perspective on the Use of Stylised Intonation Contours in French and in Finnish AuthorMari Lehtinen University of Helsinki, Finland Bio-DataMari Lehtinen currently works as a researcher and an instructor at the Department of Romance Languages of the University […]

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Foreword – Spring 2008

| January 8, 2014

Foreword to Spring 2008, Volume 3 Issue 1 For the first edition of the Linguistics Journal for 2008 we are pleased to present six articles. Congratulations to all the authors whose papers have been accepted. Two additional Associate Editors, Katalin Egri Ku-Mesu and Jeanette Sakel, have been appointed to supervise submissions. The number of editors […]

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Does Visual and Auditory Word Perceptions have a Language-Selective Input? Evidence from Word Processing in Semitic Languages.

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August 2008. Volume 3 Issue 2 TitleDoes Visual and Auditory Word Perception have a Language-Selective Input? Evidence from Word Processing in Semitic languages AuthorRaphiq Ibrahim University of Haifa, Israel Bio-Data Raphiq Ibrahim is a lecturer at the learning disabilities department of Haifa University and neuropsychologist in the cognitive neurology department at Ramba Medical Center in […]

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How Words can be Misleading: A Study of Syllable Timing and ‘Stress’  in Malay

How Words can be Misleading: A Study of Syllable Timing and ‘Stress’ in Malay

August 2008. Volume 3 Issue 2 TitleHow Words can be Misleading:A Study of Syllable Timing and “Stress” in Malay AuthorsZuraidah Mohd Don, Gerry Knowles & Janet YongUniversity of Malaya, Malaysia Bio-DataZuraidah Mohd Don is Professor at the Department of English Language, Faculty of Languages and Linguistics, University of Malaya. Her research interests include English Language […]

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