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ERIC Number: ED373551
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1994
Pages: 134
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISSN: ISSN-0959-2253
Edinburgh Working Papers in Applied Linguistics. Number 5.
Davies, Alan, Ed.; Parkinson, Brian, Ed.
Edinburgh Working Papers in Applied Linguistics, n5 1994
The eight papers in this volume, prepared by staff and students of the Institute for Applied Language Studies of Edinburgh University, address a variety of issues in applied linguistics. The papers include: (1) "A Coding System for Analyzing a Spoken Database" (Joan Cutting); (2) "L2 Perceptual Acquisition: The Effect of Multilingual Linguistic Experience on the Perception of a 'Less Novel' Contrast" (Kayoko Enomoto); (3) "Peer Observation and Post-Lesson Discussion" (Sheena Davies and Brian Parkinson); (4) "Are Score Comparisons Across LP Batteries Justified?: An IELTS-TOEFL Comparability Study" (Ardeshir Geranpayeh); (5) "The University of Edinburgh Test of English at Matriculation: Validation Report" (Tony Lynch); (6) "Some Aspects of 'Foreignness' in the Pronunciation of Upper Intermediate Students of Spanish" (Carmen Santos Maldonado); (7) "Interpreting Metonymy" (Anne Pankhurst); and (8) "Measuring Synonymy as an Intra-Linguistic and Cross-Linguistic Sense Relation" (Matutin Sikogukira). Each paper is followed by a reference list. (MDM)
Edinburgh Working Papers in Applied Linguistics, Institute for Applied Language Studies, 21 Hill Place, Edinburgh EH8 9DP, Scotland, United Kingdom (Individual: surface mail, 5.50 British pounds and air mail 7.50 British pounds; Institutional: surface mail 6.50 British pounds and air mail, 8.50 British pounds).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Edinburgh Univ. (Scotland).