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This paper investigates iconicity as a possible driving force behind the rebuilding of deictic systems and forms in individual languages. A comparison of a reconstructed Proto-Indo-European deictic system (based mainly on Beekes, Comparative Indo-European Linguistics: An Introduction, 1995)...
This study investigates the polite language behaviour of users of Cameroon English in a typical plurilingual and multiethnic context with emphasis on the politeness strategies used with regard to acknowledging. Based on Brown and Levinson's Politeness Theory, the data, obtained from the...
This is a position paper aimed at the interface between meaning-oriented linguistics generally and instructed language learning. The alliance between usage-based linguistics and form-focused instruction in language teaching stands to benefit from advances on both sides: a recognition by...
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