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APPLIED LINGUISTICS

Boosting Speech-to-Text software potential

Volume 8, Issue №4, 2022
The article focuses on finding ways of boosting efficiency and accuracy of Speech-to-Text (STT)-powered input. The effort is triggered by the growing popularity of the software among professional translators, ...

Lexical and syntactic features of academic Russian texts: a discriminant analysis

Volume 8, Issue №4, 2022
This article presents three mathematical models to differentiate academic texts from three subject discourses written in Russian (i.e., Philological, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences) which further enable design and automated ...

English possessives and the definiteness effect in there-sentences: a corpus-based study

Volume 8, Issue №4, 2022
This paper investigates one of the instances of the definiteness effect: the access of the prenominal possessives “my/your/its/her/his/their/our” to the postverbal noun phrases in existential there-sentences. The definiteness effect ...

Analysis of incorrect POS-tagging in student texts with linguistic errors in German

Volume 8, Issue №3, 2022
The electronic learner corpus of student texts in German, the PACT, contains the parts-of-speech (POS) tagging. This markup is performed automatically using RFTagger. Since the texts of the corpus ...

Metaphoric construal and its effect on gaze behavior of the readers with better and worse working memory

Volume 8, Issue №3, 2022
Language creativity studies are now exploring new experimental methods which test the readers’ figurative thought. In the current work, we address the gaze behavior as contingent on figurative language ...

Trump’s image in a political cartoon: analysis of expressive potential

Volume 8, Issue №2, 2022
This study is an attempt to describe the expressive means used in American political cartoons covering the most prominent events before and during Donald Trump’s presidency. Political cartoon as ...

Revealing the ideology of Omicron discourse in CNN Indonesia news

Volume 8, Issue №2, 2022
After the emergence of the Covid-19 virus new Omicron variant at the end of 2021, news in various mass media resurfaced, especially in Indonesia. Digitalization in the world of ...

English-Indonesian crisis translation: accuracy and adequacy of Covid-19 terms translated by three MT tools

Volume 8, Issue №1, 2022
This study focuses on one basic question: how accurate and adequate are the three MT tools, namely Google Translate, Bing and Systran, in generating Covid-19 terms? It measures mainly ...

Rhetorical moves of research article abstracts: а comparative study of national and international journals

Volume 8, Issue №1, 2022
As the summary of a full article, an abstract plays a pivotal role in communicating the essential ideas of the work. This discourse study aims to investigate the rhetorical ...

Development dynamics and cognitive-semantic parameters of English ditransitive construction: verification from the perspective of corpus linguistics

Volume 7, Issue №4, 2021
The relevance of the paper is substantiated by the representation of the analysis of utterances generated on the template of ditransitive construction via the methods of cognitive and ...

Leveraging VBA in translation

Volume 7, Issue №4, 2021
The article is focused on finding ways for the VBA application in translation. Most of the macro code solutions available online date back to the early 2000s. Given the ...

Experience in localizing official websites of Chinese companies on the example of the brand LENOVO (联想)

Volume 6, Issue №4, 2020
The article examines the definition of localization from the point of view of the intersection of various disciplines, and also draws a parallel with the concept of translation, highlights ...

Strategies used in the translation of scientific texts to fill the lexical gap

Volume 5, Issue №3, 2019
The present study is aimed at exploring the strategies used in translating scientific texts to overcome challenges which translators faced for selecting suitable Persian chemistry equivalents. For this purpose, ...

Specifics of profound language monitoring of English Internet-discourse

Volume 5, Issue №1, 2019
This study is a cognitive scientific research, taking into account linguistic and extralinguistic knowledge. This makes it possible to illustrate the interrelation of the language and mentality of ...

AN OVERVIEW OF THE TYPOLOGY OF THE MORPHOLOGICAL FEATURES OF THE ARABIC LANGUAGE BASED ON WALS DATABASE

Volume 4, Issue №2, 2018
The study of the typology of languages seems to be approaching languages at a micro level. For instance and with reference to the WALS database, the study of ...

MICRO AND MACRO TYPOLOGICAL FEATURES OF THE MORPHOLOGY OF THE TURKISH LANGUAGE: CONFLICTING VIEWS BETWEEN WALS DATABASE AND NON-WALS DATABASE

Volume 4, Issue №1, 2018
Typology of morphology can be examined in terms of certain features e.g. fusions, exponence, inflectional synthesis, locus, affixation, reduplication, syncretism, etc.. or with broader typological features like multifunctional inflectional ...

ARCHITECTURE OF INFORMATION STRUCTURE: IMPLICATIONS FROM THE T-MODEL ON THE REALISATION ASPECTS OF TOPIC AND FOCUS USING EXAMPLES FROM MODERN STANDARD ARABIC, ENGLISH AND TURKISH LANGUAGES

Volume 3, Issue №4, 2017
The placement of information structure seems to be controversial when approached with reference to T-model architecture of grammar and have debatable theoretical determinations. These include but not limited to: ...

MONITORING AS A FORM OF ALTERNATIVE CONTROL IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Volume 2, Issue №3, 2016
The present article is devoted to the investigation of the problem of formation of individual’s assessment activity within the concept of cognitive-communicative control in learning a foreign language. Implementation of ...

ON ARABIC ABSTRACT AND CONCRETE WORDS RECALL USING CUED RECALL PARADIGMS: IS IT ABSTRACTNESS, CONCRETENESS, OR ZERO EFFECT?

Volume 1, Issue №3, 2015
The purpose of the study is to see whether abstract or concrete words are better recalled in cued recall type and to measure forward and backward displayed factors in cued ...

EDUCATIONAL DISCOURSE: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN HIGH SCHOOL

Volume 1, Issue №3, 2015
Educational discourse demonstrates a number of characteristics, which can be analyzed and grouped according to various parameters. The Theme of Online and Blended Learning occupies a critical domain within the ...
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