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View of Language and Conflict: Arguing for Interdisciplinarity and Usefulness
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View of Language and Conflict: Arguing for Interdisciplinarity and Usefulness | Bergen Language and Linguistics Studies

... (e.g., linguistics is quite useful for some people in some situations), which are so much easier to make than categorical ones ...(e.g., linguistics is defi- nitely ...our language to the ...

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French studies : language and linguistics (2010)

French studies : language and linguistics (2010)

... vous allés? – as ‘allo-questions’, each corresponding to a distinct pragmatic function. Kerry Mullan, *Expressing Opinions in French and Australian English Discourse: A Semantic and Interactional Analysis (Pragmatics and ...

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View of Introduction: Language Matters
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View of Introduction: Language Matters | Bergen Language and Linguistics Studies

... of language studies from classical philology, through the (romanticist and historicist) national philologies of the nineteenth century to the modern language studies of the twentieth century, Hansen has ...

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French studies: Language and linguistics (2012)

French studies: Language and linguistics (2012)

... earlier linguistics atlases to examine phonological variation and change within the most vulnerable extant variety of insular Norman, and suggests that not all cases of widespread variation in dying languages ...

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French studies: language and linguistics (2008)

French studies: language and linguistics (2008)

... ‘defective’ structures with an embedded kind-denoting generic DP rather than a true definite DP hence, for example, the absence of any existence presupposition. M. Wilmet, *‘A stranger in the house: the French article ...

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Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching

Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching

... the Language is learnt only through use, ...of language teachers often have an insufficient command of language the better the chances of learning ...the language, only the trained linguists ...

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An Experimental Applicative Programming Language for Linguistics and String Processing

An Experimental Applicative Programming Language for Linguistics and String Processing

... AN EXPERIMENTAL APPLICATIVE PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE FOR LINGUISTICS AND STRING PROCESSING AN EXPERIMENTAL APPLICATIVE PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE FOR LINGUISTICS AND STRING PROCESSING P A C Bailes and L H Reeke[.] ...

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Simulating Language Evolution: a Tool for Historical Linguistics

Simulating Language Evolution: a Tool for Historical Linguistics

... Traditionally, both problems were investigated with comparative linguistics instruments (Campbell, 1998) and required a manual process. Most of the previous approaches to word form production relied on phonetic ...

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Combinatory Linguistics: An Area of Theoretical and Applied Language Study

Combinatory Linguistics: An Area of Theoretical and Applied Language Study

... Combinatory Linguistics is ...of language units from the historical viewpoint has revealed the theoretical and methodological fundamentals of Combinatory ...

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An Information Theory of Language (Digital Linguistics)

An Information Theory of Language (Digital Linguistics)

... Digital Linguistics (DL) is an interdisciplinary study that identifies human language as a digital evolution of mammal analog vocal sign communications, founded on the vertebrate spinal sign reflex ...

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Language Teaching Research Based on Applied Linguistics Theory

Language Teaching Research Based on Applied Linguistics Theory

... Applied linguistics has two definitions: narrow sense and broad ...and language teaching, mainly focusing on the internal research of ...applied linguistics has been fully utilized in sociology, ...

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LANGUAGE PROBLEMS IN APPLIED LINGUISTICS: LIMITING THE SCOPE

LANGUAGE PROBLEMS IN APPLIED LINGUISTICS: LIMITING THE SCOPE

... that Language Teaching, with its seven sub-topics, is the most dominant area of the conference, followed by Language Acquisition, which of course includes ...of language in context, reminding us that ...

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Engineering Language: Forensic Linguistics: A Condensed Overview

Engineering Language: Forensic Linguistics: A Condensed Overview

... Language Acquisition and Language skills are not inherent entity or quality in peoples mind. But it crosses various phases, especially the three important phases said above. Therefore, a criminal utters ...

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Analysis of Lexical Structures from Field Linguistics and Language Engineering

Analysis of Lexical Structures from Field Linguistics and Language Engineering

... for language and knowledge ...environments, language resources play a crucial role in preparing, processing and managing the information and knowledge needed by computers as well as ...field ...

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Forensic Linguistics and Language and the Law

Forensic Linguistics and Language and the Law

... forensic linguistics research methods cannot be easily mapped out onto the strict requirements of the Forensic Science Regulator (“Forensic Language Analysis”, ...“Forensic Language Analysis”, ...

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Using eye tracking in applied linguistics and second language research

Using eye tracking in applied linguistics and second language research

... With eye-tracking technology the eye is thought to give researchers a window into the mind. Importantly, eye- tracking has significant advantages over traditional online processing measures: chiefly that it allows for ...

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Structuralization of the Concept of Time in Persian Language According to Cognitive Linguistics

Structuralization of the Concept of Time in Persian Language According to Cognitive Linguistics

... In cognitive linguistics Saussure's points of view about considering language as a set of indefinite systems of signs have been accepted. As it was said before, one of the main ways (methods) in this ...

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View of A word or two?
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View of A word or two? | Bergen Language and Linguistics Studies

... The question of which signals we use to find linguistic information is not resolved, ex- cept by the assumption of innate structures; i.e. we do not find it because it is already there. Optimizing the probability of a ...

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View of The Language of Schooling: A Challenge to Subject Learning
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View of The Language of Schooling: A Challenge to Subject Learning | Bergen Language and Linguistics Studies

... that language functions related to comparing and contrasting would facilitate the achievement of this task would remind teachers to provide examples of ways to communicate comparisons ...

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View of Spanish teenage language and the COLAm-corpus
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View of Spanish teenage language and the COLAm-corpus | Bergen Language and Linguistics Studies

... Teenage talk has been criticized for being inarticulate and full of slang and taboo words and not least for being peppered with unnecessary smallwords (discourse markers/vocatives), like, for instance, o sea, como, ...

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