Volume 37 (2008): Language and Linguistics
AbstractARTICLES JAVIER ENRIQUE DÍAZ VERA (Universidad de Castilla La Mancha)“How the phoneme inventory changes its shape: a cognitive approach to phonological evolution and change” MARCIANO ESCUTIA (Universidad Complutense the Madrid)“Transfer and universal gramar in unaccusative construction errors” MARÍA JOSÉ ESTEVE RAMOS (Universitat Jaume I, Castellón)“This manner of infirmyte the grete lechys of Salerne clepyd obtalmyam: A study of medical terms in Benvenutus Grassus” MIGUEL FUSTER MÁARQUEZ and BARRY PENNOCK SPECK (Universitat de València)“The spoken core of British English: A diachronic analysis based on the NBC” SANDRINE SORLIN (Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier III)“A linguistic approach to David Mitchell’s science-fiction stories in Cloud Atlas” REVIEWS ELIÉCER CRESPO FERNÁNDEZ El eufemismo y el difemismo. Procesos de manipulación del tabú en lenguaje literario inglés (by Gérard Fernández Smith. Universidad de Alicante) ENRIQUE ALCARAZ, JOSÉ MATEO Y FRANCISCO YUS (eds.) Las lenguas profesionales y académicas (by Pilar Mur Dueñas. Universidad de Zaragoza)
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