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ERIC Number: ED115079
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 139
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Papers and Studies in Contrastive Linguistics, Vol. 1. The Polish--English Contrastive Project.
Fisiak, Jacek, Ed.
This collection of papers is the first in a series resulting from the Polish-English Contrastive Project. The overall purposes of the project are to prepare a Polish-English contrastive grammar and to develop pedagogical materials. The basic model used for the research is the transformational generative one. The papers included in this volume are as follows: (1) "The Polish-English Contrastive Project," Jacek Fisiak; (2) "Contrastive Analysis in the Classroom," Waldemar Marton; (3) "Some Grammatical Implications of the Contrastive Analysis of English Sentence Adverbs and Their Equivalents in Polish," Tadeusz Zabrocki; (4) "Some Differences between English and Polish on the level of the Basic Sentence Pattern, "Maria Lipinska; (5) "A Contrastive Analysis of Linking Verbs in English and German," Wolf-Dietrich Bald; (6) "Some Surface and Deep Aspects of Case in Polish and English," Stefan Konderski; (7) "'Must' and Its Equivalents in Polish," Piotr Kakietek; (8) "Some Remarks on the Relation between the Complementizer and the Form of the Verb in the Complement Structure in English and Polish," Anna Morel; (9) "The Polish and English Fricatives - a Problem in Phonological Equivalence," Andrzej Kopczynski; (10) "Aspects of Emotive Language: Intensity in English and Polish," Bogdan Lawendowski; (11) "On the Concept of 'Instrumental Case," Tomasz P. Krzeszowski; (12) "The Function of Translation in Foreign Language Teaching," Elzbieta Muskat-Tabakowska; and (13) "Bibliography of English-Polish Contrastive Studies in Poland," Tadeusz Zabrocki. (TL)
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Authoring Institution: Adam Mickiewicz Univ. in Poznan (Poland).; Center for Applied Linguistics, Arlington, VA.
Note: Papers prepared for the Karpacz Meeting on Contrastive Linguistics (2nd, December 16-18, 1971); For related document, see FL 007 127