ERIC Number: ED341243
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1988
Reference Count: N/A
Papers and Studies in Contrastive Linguistics, Volume Twenty Three. The Polish-English Contrastive Project.
Fisiak, Jacek, Ed.
Papers and Studies in Contrastive Linguistics, v23 1988
Ten articles are presented in this volume on contrastive linguistics. The articles and authors are as follows: "Contrastive Grammar: Theory and Practice" (F. Aarts and H. Wekker); "On the Semantic and Morphological Status of Reversative Verbs in English and German" (W.-P. Funk); "The Problem of Directionality in Contrastive Studies Based on Cognitive Linguistics" (R. Kalisz); "Towards Contrastive Morphology: The Comparative Degree of Polish and English Adjectives" (A. Wojcicki); "Dutch Loanwords in Munsee: The Contrastive Phonology of Borrowing" (P. Swiggers); "Transfer and Related Strategies in the Acquisition of English Relative Clauses by Adult Arab Learners" (H. Y. Tushyeh); "On the Disparity Between Morphological and Semantic Structure of Derivatives" (B. Pasternak-Cetnarowska); "English Verbal Complements, Dutch Speaking Learners, and the Role of Length: An Investigation of Error in One Area of English Grammar" (J. P. Kirby); "Tonic Prominence and the Coding of Thematic-Rhematic Relations" (M. Pakosz); and "On Quantifiers and Negation in Czech" (A. Grygar-Rechziegel). (LB)
Descriptors: Adjectives, Annotated Bibliographies, Arabic, Arabs, Comparative Analysis, Consonants, Contrastive Linguistics, Cross Cultural Studies, Czech, Discourse Analysis, Dutch, English, Foreign Countries, German, Language Acquisition, Language Classification, Linguistic Borrowing, Morphology (Languages), Polish, Semantics, Sentence Structure, Structural Analysis (Linguistics), Text Structure, Uncommonly Taught Languages, Verbs
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Reference Materials - Bibliographies
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Office of Educational Research and Improvement (ED), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Adam Mickiewicz Univ. in Poznan (Poland).; Center for Applied Linguistics, Washington, DC.