Volume 3

Linguistics Beyond and Within 3 (2017)

From the Editors:


1. Pilvi Alp, Anu Epner and Hille Pajupuu The influence of rater empathy, age and experience on writing performance assessment (pp. 7-19)
2. Dorota Chłopek ‘TAM’ in English constructions vs. Polish renditions — Selected transference pitfalls (pp. 20-36)
3. Anna Dąbrowska The locative syntax of Experiencers. The case study of phraseological units as psych-predicates (pp. 37-60)
4. Gréte Dalmi Little pro’s, but how many of them? — On 3SG null pronominals in Hungarian (pp. 61-73)
5. Lucyna Harmon Political discourse as practical reasoning: A case study of a British Prime Minister candidate speech (pp. 74-86)
6. Oleksandr Kapranov The use of metonymy and metaphor in descriptive essays by intermediate and advanced EFL students (pp. 87-101)
7. Katarzyna Karska and Ewelina Prażmo Didactic potential of metaphors used in medical discourse (pp. 102-116)
8. Judit Kleiber and Gábor Alberti Compositional analysis of interrogative imperatives in Hungarian (pp. 117-135)
9. Paul Meara A new beginning? A bibliometric analysis of L2 vocabulary research in 1985 (pp. 136-154)
10. Ewa Mioduszewska Relevance, ad hoc concepts and analogy (pp. 155-168)
11. Katarzyna Mroczyńska Verbal prefixation and realizations of antipassive alternations in Polish (pp. 169-186)
12. William J. Sullivan and Sarah Tsiang Roman Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy: Can linguistic and semiotic analysis clarify their contrasts? (pp. 187-194)
13. Åke Viberg Finding a model for contrastive lexical semantics: A look at verbal communication verbs (pp. 195-215)
14. Victoria Yefymenko Text-image relationships in contemporary fairy tales (pp. 216-228)
15. Ingie Zakaria Quantifying a successful translation: A cognitive frame analysis of (un)translatability (pp. 229-244)
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