The Journal of Linguistic and Intercultural Education

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Vol. 9, 2016

The Effect of Analysing Self-Transcriptions on Learners' Interactional Skills
1 IntroductionThe idea that language learning is to a large extent stimulated by communicative pressure rests now firmly on solid scientific foundations. Foreign language classroom interaction has been widely recognised not only as an opportunity for...
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Neuro-Linguistic Programming for Teaching and Learning
NLP has been accused of being manipulative. It is only a tool. Like a knife. Like a knife it can be used for good or for bad. It is up to you how you use it. (Revell, & Norman 2009:13)1IntroductionTeachers have to play a number of roles in order...
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Building Intercultural Communicative Competence through Poetry Translation
(ProQuest: ... denotes non-US-ASCII text omitted.)1IntroductionStudent exchange programs and international mobility have resulted in the increased number of international interactions between representatives of different countries. Simultaneously, it...
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'Multicultural and Multilinguistic Perspectives as Origins of Glottodidactic Implications'. Foreword
The leading theme of the present special edition of JoLIE, 'Multicultural and multilinguistic perspectives as origins of glottodidactic implications ', encompasses a wide variety of cultural and linguistic issues that may constitute a rich source of...
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Teatr Jako Przestrzen Komunikacji Miedzykulturowej
1WstepTeatr ze wzgledu na swoja geneze oraz specyfike srodków wyrazu byl i pozostaje jedna z najbardziej wplywowych dziedzin kultury. Poczawszy od dytyrambów, z których sie wywodzi, poprzez sredniowieczne misteria i moralitety, a nastepnie komedie dell'arte,...
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Intercultural Pragmatics
Intercultural PragmaticsIstván Kecskes, Intercultural Pragmatics. New York: Oxford University Press, 2014. Pp. x + 277. ISBN 978-0-19-0989265-5.The latest book by Istvan Kecskes represents the first monograph on the subject of intercultural pragmatics,...
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Creatures Settled, Creatures Settling or What Haunts in Canadian Literature
1IntroductionEach nation has its modes of presenting ghosts inhabiting its literature. Two authors chosen for this sketch, Margaret Atwood and André Alexis, represent different generations and different literary milieus. Atwood belongs to most celebrated...
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'Time Is Money' Metaphor in British and Romanian Business Press
1 IntroductionIn contrast with General English, Business English features some peculiar traits which lend its peculiarity (Popescu 2007, 2011, 2015a): 1. a certain fixedness of lexical associations, i.e. less free lexical combinations; 2. a certain degree...
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Discourse Gender Differences between Native and Non-Native Speakers of English: Discourse Analysis of Male and Female Narrations of Recently Watched Movies
1 IntroductionThe nature of differences between men and women has always interested humankind. Since our birth we have participated in the process of gender identity acquisition through multiple social practices such as wearing a certain type of clothes,...
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Some Strategies for Response to Learner Compositions
1IntroductionOf several compositions that a group of mixed-ability learners of English once wrote, assigned as a description of a pet or other animal, Grzegorz's miniature treatise on the Polish pig stood out. "·I like all animals and special my favourite...
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The Public Space of the Polish High School Classroom and the Space Navigation Category of the Theatre: A Communicative Analysis Performed for the Needs of Didactics and Glottodidactics
1 IntroductionThe paper portrays the Polish high school classroom as a public space, where one can apply the concept of the theatre as a laboratory. The theoretical background that will elaborate on the aforementioned idea discusses such issues as public...
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Bridges or Walls? A Reflection on the Concept of Hospitality
1IntroductionHospitality is an issue that often evokes strong feelings. In many closer circles, for example at the family or friends level, it would by risky to state that your host is inhospitable, as one would most likely offend the host and face ostracism....
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The Role of Individual/personal Differences in EFL Pronunciation Learning
1IntroductionOne of the major responsibilities of the teacher or language instructor should be working towards lowering the apprehension level of their learners because less inhibited or anxious students take more risks to communicate and may perform...
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Vol. 8, 2015

The Influence of Personal Factors on Students' College Success
1 IntroductionHigher education is a very demanding educational stage of each person. College success is important to students because it proves that they are coping with the expectation to achieve desired learning goals and the goals related to their...
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Impact of Social Changes on Teacher's Role and Responsibilities in the Educational System
1 IntroductionThe last twenty years has brought rapid social, political and economic changes which have transformed the structure of society in many countries around the world, and especially in our region. A brief overview of these changes is sufficient...
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The Communicative Face of Breaks and Classroom Lessons in View of the Multifariousness of Communicative Forms in the Closed Public Space of School: The Case of the Polish High School as a Contribution to Improving the Process of Internationalisation of Higher Education 1
1 IntroductionInternationalisation of higher education creates scope for forming double degree studies, which simultaneously may raise the question of how to adjust English philology curricula to make the development of communicative skills of both foreign...
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Intercultural Activities through the Eyes of Students: Feedback from the Ierest Project
1 IntroductionOne of the main benefits of student mobility within the Erasmus programme is often quoted to be gaining greater (inter)cultural awareness, which in turn leads to enhanced intercultural communicative competence, an important skill, which...
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Intercultural Communication and Literature: Elif Shafak, the Bastard of Istanbul
I am more interested in showing the things we havein common as fellow human beings, sharing the sameplanet and ultimately, the same sorrows and joys ratherthan adding yet another brick in the imaginary wallserected between cultures/religions/ethnicities.Elif...
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Steps towards Intercultural Education and the Role of Language Learning
1 IntroductionIntercultural education and foreign language teaching become more and more crucial components of an educational process oriented to the building of a European as well as international citizenship in a global world1. However, literature...
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An Inside View of the Cost-Ern-Lwe Is0703 Program
1 General Information on the COST-ERN-LWE IS0703 ProgramDuring the past ten years, higher education in Romania has benefitted from the partnerships and alliances with various foreign academic institutions. One of the programs that have encouraged co-operation...
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Proliferation and Reception of Communicative Behaviours: An Analysis of the Institution of University
1 IntroductionSociety develops entities that specialize in delivering certain services to the members of a given community. The most advanced of these entities are institutions. The one which is in focus of this article is the university, the type of...
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Challenges and Perspectives in Teaching Specialised Languages
1 The functions of communication at workPerhaps one of the most challenging aspects in teaching specialized languages is the establishment of the types of words and expressions that occur. Research has shown that new words enter the general and specialised...
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Translation of Metaphors and Idioms - Mission Impossible 1?
1 IntroductionIt is well accepted by now that translation between two languages is very much a matter of cultural transfer and mediation. Developing translation competence in students is intrinsically connected with learning both the source language...
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Intercultural Education at a Pre-School Level in the Context of Polish Kindergarten Curriculum Changes
1 IntroductionAn increase in interest in an early start of foreign language education is a great opportunity to rethink the place of the intercultural approach in language teaching. In 2014, Polish Ministry of National Education (Ministerstwo Edukacji...
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Modularisation and Commodification of Higher Education in the United Kingdom
1 IntroductionWhat happens in the future often hinges on decisions made today. Such a relation holds true particularly with reference to higher education and how this instruction determines the graduates' future. Similarly, on a national scale, without...
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Integrating Multicultural Education in Pre-Service Teacher Training Courses
1 IntroductionMulticultural education promotes values such as respect for diversity, understanding of other cultures, tolerance and equal opportunities for every member of society. This approach is a student-cantered one since it assumes that people...
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Developing Communicative Competence in ESL Adult Learners through the Implementation of a Computer-Mediated Learning Tool
1 IntroductionThe author's ten years of practice in teaching English to adult learners has led to formulating a number of questions regarding students' actual needs in the light of the latest trends in foreign language teaching and learning. As more...
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Metaphor and Mills. Figurative Language in Business and Economics
Honesto Herrera-Soler and Michael White (Eds.), Metaphor and Mills. Figurative language in business and economics. Berlin/ Boston: Mouton de Gruyter, 2012. Pp. 329. ISBN 978-3-11-027296-3.The book Metaphor and Mills. Figurative language in business and...
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Vol. 7, 2014

Multiple Intelligences in the Efl Class
IntroductionSince the breakthrough in pedagogical research brought about by Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences (1983), teaching practice in general has undergone some changes. The shift in EFL methodology, embraced by Romanian practitioners as...
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Roma Social Inclusion through Higher Education
IntroductionThe issue of Roma inclusion reveals discrepancies between public discourse on the matter and effective implementation in practice. Public discourse sounds progressive and well intended, but realities show that in many cases the beneficiaries...
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English Pedagogic Lexicography: A Few Milestones
1 IntroductionA vast and significant branch of English lexicography is concerned nowadays with the writing of pedagogic dictionaries for the study of English as either a native (L1) or a second/ foreign language (L2). This is a consequence of the current...
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On a Joint Research Project Assessing Language Learning Strategies Used by University Students of Efl in Turkey and Romania
1 IntroductionThe joint project between the Banat University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine "Michael I" of Romania from Timisoara and the Onsekiz Mart University of Çanakkale, Turkey draws a parallel between language learning strategies...
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English Semantic Loans in Romanian
1 IntroductionOne of the first aspects of the study of words borrowed from one language into another which engaged the attention of writers in the field was their classification. Treffers-Daller (2000: 2) shows that this special interest in the formal...
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Learning to Write and Get School Success: A Quasi-Experimental Study among 9th Formers
1 Introduction"What is now proved was once, only imagin'd" William Blake, "The Marriage of Heaven and Hell - Proverbs of Hell" (Erdman 1998:36)Portuguese is the 6th most spoken language in the world (Ethnologue, 20141) and it is one of the official languages...
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Classroom Management Strategies and Techniques: A Perspective of English Teacher Trainees
1 IntroductionThe ever changing landscape of education nowadays calls for a re-thinking of the teaching profession itself, and therefore of the teacher education and professional development. Teachers need to take on new roles and responsibilities in...
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Componential Analysis-Based Assessment of Contextually Appropriate Equivalent Words in the Romanian Translations of Eu Legislation
IntroductionIs the first translation choice that comes to our mind the most appropriate one in rendering the meaning intended by the ST producer? We believe that in most cases a second thought is desirable. With reference to this issue, componential...
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Formation of the Transcommunicator as the Goal of Non-Native Language Pedagogy
Marlena Iwona Bielak, Formation of the Transcommunicator as the Goal of Non-native Language Pedagogy. Pila, Poland: Wydawnictwo Panstwowej Wyzszej Szkoly Zawodowej im. Stanislawa w Pile, 2014. Pp. 312. ISBN 978-83-62617-53-1.The monograph, based on the...
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Vol. 6, 2013

Teaching Grammar through Music
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)1 Introduction"Grammar is a process for making a speaker's or writer's meaning clear when contextual information is lacking." (Thornbury 2002: 4). The same author also defines grammar as "a description of the...
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O Funcionamento Da Diáfora Na Versão Portuguesa De Pinocchio De Carlo Collodi1
1 IntroduçãoSe Dionísio da Trácia2 foi o pai da anáfora, M. Maillard e R. Barthes foram os criadores da noção de "diaphore" (1974: 57) ® diáfora. Trata-se de um hiperónimo que cobre os três conceitos de anáfora, catáfora e ana-catáfora. É um conceito...
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King Henry VIII and His Life Story: Jigsaw Reading
1 IntroductionWe are living in the era of increased velocity and we seem to have got accustomed to the fast pace of advancement in a variety of activities at the working place and at home. Young people cannot avoid getting in touch with this acceleration...
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Teaching English Vocabulary through Ict's
1 IntroductionVocabulary is the first and foremost important step in language acquisition. This paper is an attempt to study and explore the various methodologies that can be incorporated in the teaching of vocabulary items in a language classroom.Teaching...
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The Leadership of the Portuguese Community Schools of the East Coast of the United States and Cultural Identity: A Multiple Case Study
1 IntroductionThe ethnic groups try to reproduce in their new environments the traditions, the mores and the systems of organization of the mother-land. Among the various forms of communitarian organizations are the 'ethnic schools', educational institutions...
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Modern Communicative Methods of Teaching English Grammar to Intermediate Level Students
1 IntroductionLearning the grammar of a foreign language is important if you want to speak the language correctly. Nevertheless, the grammar of a foreign language can be tricky and not at all resembling the one of your mother tongue. That is why you...
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Effective Strategies for Homework Correction in Efl Classes
1 IntroductionIn Romania there exist few schools which function according to foreign curricula, especially English-speaking schools, which are recognised in Great Britain, or the USA. Such is the case of the Athens Greek School in Bucharest, where the...
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Teacher Trainees' Preconceptions of Intercultural Education in the Romanian Educational Landscape
1 IntroductionTeachers represent the crucial factor in determining quality in schools, and students' subsequent emotional, professional and social development, therefore, teachers' professional development is acquiring an ever increasing importance in...
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Improving Business Students' Presentation Skills
1 IntroductionIn nowadays' globalising world, the ability to communicate well is a prerequisite to success in all areas of life: education, career, (inter-)personal sphere, politics, etc. Educators themselves start training students in these vital skills...
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O Programa De Outdoor Training Kidstalentum No Desenvolvimento das Competências Sociais E Emocionais NAS Crianças Do 1.° Ciclo
1 I ntroduçãoO programa KidsTalentum tem por premissa a metodologia outdoor training e está a ser desenvolvido numa escola do 1.2 ciclo do ensino básico, implementando estratégias de aprendizagem social e emocional (Social and Emotional Learning, SEL)...
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Lexical Priming: A New Theory of Words and Language
Lexical Priming: a new theory of words and languageMichael Hoey, Lexical Priming: a new theory of words and language. Stroud, United Kingdom: Taylor & Francis, 2005. Pp. Xiii + 202. ISBN 0-415-32863-2.Hoey's book 'Lexical Priming: a new theory of...
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Vol. 5, 2012

Self-Representations in Regional Short Fiction: The Modern Aesthetics of Loss and Change in Thomas Hardy and Fialho De Almeida
An authentic identity, as a first nature, is a place to which we cannot return (Bhabha, The Location of Culture)The concept of region offers an entrée into many disciplines and a valuable contribution to the humanities involvement with other areas. In...
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The Operationalisation of Intercultural Education Contents in Initial and Continuous Teacher Education Programmes in Romania
1 IntroductionThe concept of culture is one of the most widely used in contemporary research, in a wide range of fields (linguistics, sociology, antropology, media studies, economics, etc.). In time it has been differently conceptualised by various scholars,...
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Creating a Heritage Trail through Self-Directed Learning in the Foreign Language Classroom
IntroductionOn 7th July, 2007, George Town's rich living heritage, culture and history were officially recognized when the World Heritage Committee in Quebec City, Canada, officially inscribed the city as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.Jointly listed with...
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Teaching English through Cultural Lenses. a Perspective on Initial Teacher Training Programs
1 IntroductionThis paper consists of two parts: the first one intends to provide details regarding the intertwined relationship between culture and language and the reasons for which this connection should be applied in the field of teaching foreign...
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Business Metaphors. a Case Study of Peugeot Advertisements in Different Languages
1 IntroductionThe issue of business metaphor lies at the heart of al stakeholders' interest, people studying or working in an international business communication setting, who need to understand the intrinsic relation between language and culture, applied...
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Education in Hope: On the Practice of Critical Pedagogy in Iranian Postgraduate and Undergraduate Efl Classrooms
1 IntroductionIn the threshold of a new millennium and with regard to the significant moments that mankind experienced during the last century of the previous millennium, we can find the trace of peripheral outcomes of modernized world in everyday life....
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Overcoming Boundaries towards Eflit Education in the Digital Era: Efl Undergraduate's Reading Habits in Retrospect (Madeira, 1998-2008)
1 IntroductionGiven the scope of the current volume of this journal, the starting point of this paper revolves around the following issues: Have computers redefined English literacy? To what extent has the digital era changed present-day Humanities undergraduates'...
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An Investigation of Discourse Markers in English
1 IntroductionSemantic connectives have long been a focus of research in cognitive and language development. Such connectives as so, because, and but encode causal and adversative relations among events and create textual cohesion (Halliday and Hasan,...
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We're in Business! Part 1
Teodora Popescu, We're in Business! Part 1. Alba Iulia:Aeternitas, 2011. Pp. 275. ISBN 978 606 613 016-5; ISBN 978 606 613 017-2.The book published by senior lecturer Teodora Popescu is a practical and valuable instrument for all the students who study...
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Developing Translation Techniques in a Business English Classroom
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Vol. 4, 2011

Developments in the Use of Mobile Devices for Second and Foreign Language Learning
1 IntroductionAn all-too-familiar scenario in many language learning contexts is that of the lack of access to the hardware needed to implement lesson plans involving the use of technology. The possible reasons are numerous: the hardware simply may not...
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Shop Names as Cultural Mediators
1 Globalisation as communicative contextOne of the aspects that has captivated the attention of researchers from various fields (linguistics, marketing, advertising, sociology, psychology, or anthropology), and that has been subject to diverse and multidimensional...
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Translation of Cultural Terms: Possible or Impossible?
1 Defining culture and culture-bound termsTranslation is seen nowadays as an important human action and the translator as a mediator between cultures. That is why many scholars have asked how or if culture can be eventually translated into another language....
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Emotions as Dynamic Cultural Phenomena
1 IntroductionThis article aims to highlight the strong interdependence between emotions and their cultural aspects. People's feelings and emotions are influenced by the cultural context, by the creed of the members they share their community with and,...
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Computer Jargon in Slovenian and Serbian Languages1
1 IntroductionThis paper deals with contrastive analysis of computer terms in Slovenian and Serbian language. Problematic aspects of computer jargon in two similar and related languages are considered in the context of cultural and linguistic differences...
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Drafting Contracts: A Case Study of Italian Use of Legal English
1 IntroductionThe present paper discusses the results of an assessment questionnaire carried out on group of lawyers at the end of a course of legal English. It focuses on the language of contracts as perceived and formulated by Italian lawyers and legal...
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Investigating the Possibility of Ideological Effects and Discourse Shifts in Translation: A Critical Discourse Analysis
1 IntroductionThe domain of discourse analysis consists of the study of the relationship between language and the contexts in which it is used. It was the focus of interest in different disciplines in the 1960s and early 1970s, including linguistics,...
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Translation as Cultural Transposition
(ProQuest: ... denotes non-US-ASCII text omitted.)1 IntroductionThe aim of the paper is to study different ways of using culture specific lexica and different methods of its translation. The paper examines to which extent and under which conditions a...
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When American Culture Floats Adrift: A Case Study of Two Versions of Brown's the Da Vinci Code
1 IntroductionWhen we translate, we communicate. What we communicate is not confined to words and thoughts alone. As translators we have to think in terms of the language and also the culture it operates in and whose images it reflects. Different theories...
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Beckett's Bilingualism, Self-Translation and the Translation of His Texts into the Croatian Language
1 IntroductionBeckett is the single writer in the world who had written his entire work in two languages, English and French.1 He is not the only bilingual writer in the world, but he is one of the few who wrote in two languages at the same time.2 Beckett's...
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Presentation of Language Games That Engage Learners in the Tefl Classroom
1 IntroductionThis article presents twelve grammar games that can be executed in the TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) classroom. The main argument of the paper is that entertaining, involving the them and providing stimulus to the students...
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A Case Study on the Humourous Load Differences and Cognitive Effects of Satirically/ironically Humourous Elements in Subtitling from English into Turkish
1 IntroductionIrrespective of the function it serves, this study examines humour not from an essentialist perspective, but from symbolic interactionism. Humour is certainly cultural in content, possibly in its dynamics in different countries, languages,...
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Translation as Growth: Towards a Theory of Language Development
Udaya Narayana Singh, Translation as Growth: Towards a Theory of Language Development. New Dehli: Pearson Education, 2010. Pp. ix + 231. ISBN 978 81 317 3086 7.In his book Translation as Growth: Towards a Theory of Language Development, the well-known...
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Deictic References in Simplified Illustrated Versions of the Adventures of Pinocchio (Port. - Eng.)
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)1 IntroductionThe cohesive ties devised across phrases and sentences (Richardson 1998:124) "linking utterances to the contexts in which they are produced" deserve careful study within pragmatics, a discourse-based...
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Vol. 3, 2010

The Interpretation of Indirect Speech Acts in Relevance Theory
I. IntroductionAccording to Sperber & Wilson (1995: 243), speech-act theory has little to contribute to pragmatics - pragmatics understood as "the study of how language interacts with other cognitive systems (e.g. perception, memory, inference) in...
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Metaphorical Scenarios in the 2004 American Presidential Debates and Their Relevance for Persuasion
I. IntroductionThe speeches delivered during the American presidential campaigns have been scrutinised for decades; their rhetorical dimension has been analysed, their words have been counted, themes' recurrence has been discussed. All these and more...
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A Rhetorical and Comparative Study of the Victory Speeches of Barack Obama and Mircea Geoana
I. IntroductionThe present study seeks to examine the political speeches of two outstanding politicians, Barack Obama's Victory speech and Mircea Geoana's Victory speech, in an attempt to find elements of convergence and prove the similarity thereof....
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A Critical Discourse Analysis of the Debates between Republicans and Democrats over the Continuation of War in Iraq
IntroductionLike a coroner's office where a dead body, unable to speak, is dissected for the purpose of discovering the cause of death, Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) is the right place to perform an autopsy on the discourse, spoken or written, in...
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Analysing Genre: Research Article Introductions in Economics
I. IntroductionThe early nineties of the 20th century marked the beginning of genre based analysis of different text types. Since then, extensive research based on genre analysis has been carried out. This approach can be considered a part of discourse...
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A Cross-Cultural Analysis of Hemingway's Cat in the Rain for the Iranian Efl Context
IntroductionTeachers of English as a foreign language must be aware of the wide array of variables involved in the selection of texts which are to be presented in the classroom. Often this selection process is approached from a linguistic point of view....
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Cultural Identity Filters in the Educational Context
IntroductionA common experience in education is the lack of synthetic view upon data - not only among students but also teachers. Obviously, students are taught to a certain extent to recognise and understand dependencies, interrelations within single...
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English in the Age of Globalization: Changing Elt Models, Restructuring Relationships
I. IntroductionTowards the end of the 20th century English became a truly global language and since then it has kept its privileged position among other world languages. It is estimated that English is spoken by about 1.5 billion people all over the...
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A Cross-Linguistic Application on Idioms Rendering a Conceptual Schema
I. IntroductionThe linguistic category of idioms may be treated from a didactic or lexicographic aspect that concentrates on their linguistic elements, semantically strange, and occasionally ungrammatical. This would require an examination of surface-level...
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Political Discourse in the Media: Cross-Cultural Perspectives
Anita Fetzer and Gerda Eva Lauerbach, Eds., Political discourse in the media: Cross-cultural perspectives. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 2007. Pp. viiii + 379. ISBN 978 90 272 5403 0.Political discourse in the media addresses the phenomenon of media communication...
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Developing Translation Techniques in a Business English Classroom
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