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Giambattista Vico and Anglo-American Science

Philosophy and Writing

Introduction. to. Giambattista. Vico: The. An. glo-American. perspective. Marcel
Danesi ... Until the present century, Vico was an unknown figure in the world of
Anglo-American science, philosophy, and writing. It was the translation of the
third ...

Festschrift für Karl Beusch zum 68. Geburtstag am 31. Oktober 1993

Qualification Conflicts: The Meaning of Application in Article 3 (2) of the OECD
Model JOHN F. AVERY JONEs C. B. E.1 I. Article 3 (2): introduction Article 3 (2) of
the OECD Model Double Taxation Convention reads as follows: As regards the ...

Mastering English

A Student's Workbook and Guide

One of the best examples of a binary opposition is that a finite verb group will
always be either in the present tense or in the past tense, but it cannot be both.
The two tenses compete for the expression of time, and are realized in the same
 ...

A mathematical grammar of English

SOME USEFUL LOGICAL SIGNS Mathematical grammar must begin with the
concept SIGN, which is as central to mathematics and logic as it is to the
grammar of a natural language such as English. The meaning of “sign” is not
always ...

Cognitive Approaches to Pedagogical Grammar

A Volume in Honour of René Dirven

In the last 25 years foreign language teaching has been able to increase its efficiency through an orientation towards authentic language materials, pragmatic language functions and interactive learning methods. However, so far foreign language teaching has lacked a sufficiently strong theoretical framework to support the teaching of language in all its aspects. Arguably, such a linguistic theory has to be usage-based and cognition-oriented. Since cognitive linguistics - and especially cognitive grammar - is concerned with conceptual issues against the larger background of human cognition and because it is based on actual language use, it becomes a powerful tool for dealing adequately with the main issues of a pedagogical grammar. A pedagogical grammar aims at providing all the essential linguistic patterns considered relevant by theoretical and descriptive linguistics for the preparation of teaching materials and their exploitation in foreign language instruction. The volume contains thirteen contributions organized into three parts. In Part 1 Langacker, Taylor and Broccias introduce the basic grammar concepts, rules and models that are available in cognitive linguistics and which are directly relevant to the construction of a pedagogical grammar. Meunier, on the other hand, describes how such a grammar could benefit from corpus linguistics. Part 2 looks at some cognitive tools and conceptual errors with contributions by Danesi and Maldonado and also reconsiders contrastive analysis in the papers by Ruiz de Mendoza and Valenzuela & Rojo. Part 3, finally, discusses language-specific constraints on a number of linguistic phenomena such as the construal of motion events (papers by Cadierno and De Knop & Dirven), distinctions in the tense-aspect system (papers by Niemeier & Reif and Schmiedtová & Flecken), and voice (Chen & Oller).

The volume contains thirteen contributions organized into three parts.

Studies in Early Modern English

The future of English linguistics as envisaged by the editors of Topics in English Linguistics lies in empirical studies which integrate work in English linguistics into general and theoretical linguistics on the one hand, and comparative linguistics on the other. The TiEL series features volumes that present interesting new data and analyses, and above all fresh approaches that contribute to the overall aim of the series, which is to further outstanding research in English linguistics.

From stress-timing to syllable-timing: changes in the prosodic system of Late
Middle English and Early Modern English Manfred Markus 1. Introduction At the
International Conference on Language Contact and Linguistic Change at
Rydzyna (near Poznari) on 5 -8 June, 1991, one of the papers, presented by
Gasiorowski, dealt with the intricate question of how word stress changed in
Middle English due to the impact of Anglo-Norman loan words. Present-day
English word stress was ...

Descriptive Adequacy of Early Modern English Grammars

The book deals with the development of descriptive models of English grammar writing during the Early Modern English period. For the first time, morphology and syntax as presented in Early Modern English grammars are systematically investigated as a whole. The statements of the contemporary grammarians are compared to hypotheses made in modern descriptions of Early Modern English and, where necessary, checked against the Early Modern English part of the Helsinki Corpus. Thus, a comprehensive overview of the characteristic features of Early Modern English is complemented by conclusions about the descriptive adequacy of Early Modern English grammars. It becomes evident that comments by contemporary authors occasionally reflect the corpus data more adequately than the statements found in modern secondary literature. This book is useful for (advanced) university students, as well as for scholars of English and grammarians in general.

Yet it was shown that Bullokar modifies the model in order to include typical
features of English. Examples are the description of adjectives or the reduction of
the number of genders. Compared to Bullokar' s grammar, Poole's work is a
faithful copy of Lily's which offers no room for the characteristics of the English
language. Poole's achievements are therefore to be regarded less highly than
Bullokar's 60 years before. The influence of Latin grammar is noticeable in the
majority of the ...