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ERIC Number: ED203722
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1981
Pages: 274
Abstractor: N/A
Papers and Studies in Contrastive Linguistics. Volume Thirteen.
Fisiak, Jacek, Ed.
This issue contains the following articles: (1) "Relative Clauses and their Antecedents in Serbo-Croatian and English: Mutual Restrictions," by W. Browne; (2) "Metalocutions, Structural Types and Functional Variation in English and German," by D. Gibbon; (3) "Neg-raising Predicates in English and Polish," by E. Modrzejewska; (4) "On Coming and Going in English and German," by G. Rauh; (5) "A Comparison of Sentence Patterns in English and German," by H. Jackson; (6) "Syntax in Contrast," by H. Haider; (7) "Presupposition and the Scope of Negation," by E. Mioduszewska; (8) "The Placement of Adverbs," by S. Jacobson; (9) "Toward a Contrastive Analysis of Tense and Aspect in Polish and English," by O. Swan; (10) "What Do We Need Lexical Contrastive Studies For?" by T. Krzeszowski; (11) "The Syntax of English and French Causative Constructions," by A. Hantson; (12) "On Items Introducing Finite Relative and Interrogative Clauses in English and Dutch," by F. Stuurman; (13) "Some Observations on the English and Polish Question-Answering Systems," by A. Charezinska; (14) "English and Polish Singular Nouns and Article Usage in English," by J. Critz; (15) "English versus Romanian Collectives," by O. Chelaru-Ionita and A. Bantas; (16) "On the Classification of Errors in Translation Papers with Some Consideration of Interference Phenomena," by H. Steinbach; (17) "Problems in Error Analysis," by L. Mukattash; and (18) "Teaching Arabic Emphatics to the English Learners of Arabic," by E. Odisho. (AMH)
Center for Applied Linguistics, 3520 Prospect Street, N.W., Washington, DC 20007 ($7.00).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Adam Mickiewicz Univ. in Poznan (Poland).; Center for Applied Linguistics, Washington, DC.
Note: These studies are part of the Polish-English Contrastive Project.