Further Insights into Contrastive Analysis

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After a period of crisis in the 1960s, Contrastive Analysis has now regained its firm position, although in a different form and with broader goals. This collection of papers reflects the scope of research and the range of interest of linguists who are involved in contrastive linguistics research. The volume contains 35 contributions by 37 authors from 13 different countries and includes an Index of names and an Index of terms.
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Table of Contents
Preface
1
On the present status of some metatheoretical and theoretical issues in contrastive linguistics
Jacek Fisiak
3
Case grammar contrasts
John M. Anderson
23
Prototypes and equivalence
Tomasz P. Krzeszowski
29
On the tenability of the notion ‘pragmatic equivalence’ in contrastive analysis
Karol Janicki
47
Against extensive sound symbolism: another short argument for prototype linguistics. (Some evidence from English and Polish)
Karol Janicki and Adam Jaworski
55
Generalized phrase structure grammar and contrastive analysis
Ron Verheijen
67
A surface structure constraint and its consequence for a positional and an inflectional language
Tadeusz Zabrocki
85
A structure-neutral theory of wh-movement
George M. Horn
111
Contrastive grammar: theory and practice
Flor Aarts and Herman Wekker
163
How useful are word lists in contrastive analysis?
James L. Wyatt
177
Processing strategies in bilingual spellers
Philip A. Luelsdorff
187
Phonetic awareness of English speech in native vs. non-native speakers: a perception study
Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kolaczyk
207
Suprasegmental transfer: on prosodic traces of Irish in Irish English
Raymond Hickey
219
Phonological structure and the contextual variability of interlan-guage segments
Allan R. James
231
Some preliminary observations on Polish and English vowel spaces in contact
Stanislaw Puppel
241
Hiatus-breaking glide insertion in English and Polish
Włodzimierz Sobkowiak
255
Morphological and phonological levels in English and Polish
Jolanta Szpyra
279
On syntactic levels: one tertium comparationis in contrastive linguistics
Lisbeth Falster Jakobsen and Jørgen Olsen
311
Notes on subjacency as a syntactic constraint in Arabic and English
Murtadha J. Bakir
329
Conditionals: Sequence of events and sequence of clauses
Barbara Dancygier
357
Aspects of an analysis of English and German noun phrases
Rudolf Emons
375
Paths: An analysis of parasitic gap phenomena in English and Polish
Henryk Kardela
389
The interpretation of sententially and lexically negated adjectives in English and Polish
Anna Charezinska
411
Comparing the incomparable?: English adjectives in -able and their rendering in Modern Chinese
Arthur Mettinger
423
On the aspect of Polish verbs of movement and the corresponding English constructions
Andrzej Pisarski
433
On the semantic and morphological status of reversative verbs in English and German
Wolf-Peter Funk
441
Deictic pronouns as anaphora in English and Polish
Barbara Kryk-Kastovsky
461
Contrastive aspects of a text analysis in English and German
Wolfgang Thiele and Gottfried Graustein
487
What is topic?: A contrastivist's view
Aleksander Szwedek
499
The nominative and the dative perspective in the topic-comment system in English and Polish
Anna Duszak †
507
Presuppositions in English and German subject clauses
Christian Mair
527
A contrastive analysis of German and English death notices
Udo Fries
539
Contrastive analysis at discourse level and the communicative teaching of languages
Sophia Marmaridou
561
Words you know: how they affect the words you learn
Batia Laufer
573
The significance of cultural contrasts in acquisition research
László Pordàny
595
Index of names
605
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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