Contents: Wiesław Oleksy: Tomasz P. Krzeszowski on Language Theory, Contrastive Linguistics, Language Pedagogy, and Translation
Theory and Practice: A Chronological Bibliography – Jan Cygan: Four or two? On the basics of life and language – Roman Kalisz:
Self-detachment in official letters of Polish prisoners – Barbara Kryk-Kastovsky: Informativity in conversation – Michał Post:
Axiological assessments underlying illocutionary and perlocutionary acts – Piotr Stalmaszczyk: A note on Frege’s saturated
functions and predication types – Aleksander Szwedek: Shared or inherited entailments among metaphors? – Kamila Turewicz:
Grammatical structure as conceptual structure: evidence from language death – Zdzisław Wąsik: On two concepts of verbal sign
in Ferdinand de Saussure’s Cours de linguistique générale – Wiesław Awedyk: Error analysis and sound change
in progress – Adam Pasicki: Some meanings of the adnominal genitive in Old English – Jerzy Wełna: Triggers of sound change
in unaccented syllables (Between statistics and phonology) – Maria Dakowska: A cognitive view of foreign language teaching.
Current trends and prospects for the future – Bogdan Krakowian: Receptive grammar of English for Polish adult learners – Wojciech
Kubiński: Prolegomenon to a cognitive theory of translation? – Alicja Pisarska: The notion of error in translation – Elżbieta
Tabakowska: Aspect and Tense in Narrative: an English original and a Polish translation.