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Evolving Nature of the English Language

Studies in Theoretical and Applied Linguistics


Edited By Robert Kiełtyka and Agnieszka Uberman

This volume presents a collection of interdisciplinary papers pertaining to the most thought-provoking problems in the areas of both theoretical and applied linguistics. The contributors focus on contemporary developments in morphological, semantic and pragmatic theorizing. The contributions are also devoted to various aspects of the methodology of teaching English as well as some intricacies of translation.

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Part I: Studies in Theoretical Linguistics

Ada Böhmerová

Latinisms in Substandard Language

Piotr Cymbalista

From MAN TO MACHINE: In Search of Regularity in Semasiological Development of Professional/Occupational Names

Yuliya Davydyuk

Conceptual Blending in Virginia Woolf’s “Lappin and Lapinova”: Identity, Integration, Imagination

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