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Getting into German

Multidisciplinary Linguistic Approaches

Series:

John Partridge

Contents: John Partridge: Introduction – Manfred W. Hellmann: The Lexicographic Exploitation of the Wendekorpus: Looking back at the Themes and Discourses of the Wende with the Wende-Wörterbuch – Doris Steffens: Neologismen im Deutschen = Angloamerikanismen? – Peter Rolf Lutzeier: Lexicology and Corpus Linguistics – Allan Ramsay/Mathias Schulze: Die Struktur deutscher Worte – Wiebke Brockhaus: No Syllables in German? – Charles V.J. Russ: The language in the Letters of Friedrich Schiller’s Mother: Aspects of Standardisation in eighteenth-century German – John Partridge: Accent in English and German: linguistic or what? – Klaus Fischer: Semantic Transparency and ‘Parole’: Some statistical Observations on German and English Sentences – Elisabeth El Refaie: ‘Strangers’ in Schengen Europe: Discursive Constructions of Refugees in Austrian Newspaper Texts and Images – Regina Weinert: Formulas, Limited Productivity and Rules in Second Language Acquisition – Jenny Bruen: Language Learning Strategies and Oral Proficiency: Profiling the Successful Student.