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LANGUAGES OF PEOPLES AND NATIONS OF THE WORLD

CAUSATIVE ALTERNATION IN PERSIAN COMPLEX PREDICATES: A FRAME-BASED ANALYSIS

Volume 2, Issue №2, 2016
In this paper, a frame-based description of verbal polysemy is used to answer some questions concerning syntactic behavior and argument structures associated with complex predicates in Persian. In Persian a ...

ARABIC IN THE LEAD-UP TO THE ARAB SPRING: FUSION OR DIFFUSION

Volume 1, Issue №4, 2015
This article aims to place the Arabic language in its recent historical context and proposes to describe the situation of Arabic in the period preceding and leading to the Arab ...

AN EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH TO THE BASIC COLOUR TERMS IN MODERN GREEK: THE CASE OF BLЙ, ΓALБZJO, ΓALANУ

Volume 1, Issue №3, 2015
According to Berlin & Kay’s [5] theory, it is possible for a language to include more than 11 basic colour terms. It is remarkable that in certain languages more than ...

COMMUNICATIVE AND PRAGMATIC CLASSIFICATION PARAMETERS OF INTERJECTIONS IN THE CHINESE LANGUAGE

Volume 1, Issue №1, 2015
The article is devoted to the classification of interjections in Chinese. The author aims to compare the semantics, functions and characteristics of classification of interjections in Chinese. The author also ...

ENANTIOSEMIC OPPOSITION AND ITS ANTHROPOCENTRIC RESEARCH

Volume 3, Issue №3, 2017
The method of anthropocentric research which is considered to be the leading achievement of linguistics is very important with learning the language phenomena in the language-human-language section. The ...

“CAMBIA SOBRE EL MAR TU FULGOR”: LATIN AMERICAN CALLIGRAMS AND SEMIOTIC TRANSCODING

Volume 3, Issue №1, 2017
This paper deals with the works of José J. Tablada, Guillermo de Torre and Vicente Huidobro. The method of analysis is textual interpretative, which renders an explicative hypothesis. Firstly, we ...

SOFT-BOILED SPEECH: A CONTRASTIVE ANALYSIS OF EUPHEMISMS IN ALGERIAN AND JORDANIAN ARABIC

Volume 2, Issue №4, 2016
The present contrastive study is geared mainly towards probing into the euphemistic language that Algerian and Jordanian Arabic speakers resort to when certain tabooed topics and concepts are brought to ...
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