Volume 25 (2002): Language and Linguistics
AbstractARTICLES ROBERT DE BEAUGRANDE (Universidade Federal da DOBAO Paraíba in Joiío Pessoa, Brazil)“Cognition and Technology in Education: Knowledge and Information-Language and Discourse” ANA MARÍA FERNÁNDEZ (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela)“The Effect of Language Proficiency on Communication Strategy Use: A Case Study of Galician Learners of English” MARTA Mª GONZÁLEZ ORTA (Universidad de La Laguna)“Linking the Syntactic and Semantic Representation of Complex Structures within the Old English Domain of Speech” IRAIDE IBARRETXE ANTUÑANO (Universidad de Deusto)“MIND-AS-BODY as a Cross-Linguistic Conceptual Metaphor” LUCÍA LOUREIRO PORTO (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela)“The Translation of the Songs in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast: An Example of Manipulation” NOELIA RAMÓN GARCÍA (Universidad de León)“Semántica y sintaxis: el sintagma nominal en un estudio contrastivo inglés-español” REVIEWS PETER COLLINS ANO CARMELLA HOLLOEnglish Grammar: An Introduction (by Marta Carretero. Universidad Complutense de Madrid) MARÍA ÁNGELES GÓMEZ-GONZÁLEZThe Theme-Topic Interface. Evidence from English (by A. Jesús Moya Guijarro. Universidad de Castilla-La of Mancha) SUE KAY AND JONES VAUGHANInside out (Intermediate) (by Ana Almagro Esteban. Universidad de Jaén) ROGER D. SELLLiterature as Communication: The Foundations of Mediating Criticism (by José Ángel García Landa. Universidad de Zaragoza)
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