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Re-working translations for the American reader — or the domestication of British English translations

Pillière, Linda (1 sept. 2013)

This article analyses the various changes made to the British translation of a novel when it is republished in the United States. Far from being limited to a simple Americanization of the spelling and lexis, these changes include alterations to the syntax and typography resulting in a homogenized ...

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Source : DANS

Music and language syntax interact in Broca's area: An fMRI study

Kunert, R. et al. (2015)

Instrumental music and language are both syntactic systems, employing complex, hierarchically-structured sequences built using implicit structural norms. This organization allows listeners to understand the role of individual words or tones in the context of an unfolding sentence or melody. Previous ...

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Source : OAPEN

Syntax of Dutch: Verb and Verb Phrases. Volume 2

Broekhuis, Hans et al. (2015)

Syntax of Dutch: Verbs and Verb Phrases consists of three volumes. Volume 1 opens with a general introduction to verbs, including a review of various verb classifications and discussions on inflection, tense, mood, modality and aspect. This is followed by a comprehensive discussion of ...

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Source : DANS

A grammar of Sandawe: a Khoisan language of Tanzania

Steeman, Sander (2 févr. 2012)

This book presents a description of Sandawe, a Khoisan language spoken by approximately 60 000 speakers in Dodoma Region, Tanzania. The study presents an analysis of the phonology, morphology, and syntax of the language, as well as a sample of four texts. The data for this dissertation were gathered ...

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Syntax of the World's Languages V

sinotype (5 mai 2011)

We are pleased to announce that the 5th Syntax of the World's Languages conference will take place at the Center for Advanced Academic Studies - University of Zagreb, in Dubrovnik, Croatia, 1-4 October 2012. Conference webpage: http://www.ffzg.hr/swl5/SWL5.htm About the conference In the same spirit ...

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Source : HAL

Pragmatic demotion and clause dependency: On two atypical subordinating strategies in Lo Toga and Hiw (Torres, Vanuatu)

François, Alexandre (12 oct. 2010)

Among the many grammatical features which are shared between Hiw and Lo-Toga – the two Oceanic languages spoken in the Torres Islands of Vanuatu – are the semantics of Tense-Aspect-Mood markers, and their effects on the syntax of clause dependency. Even though these two languages possess a ...

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Source : HAL

Genre Awareness and rhetorical appropriacy : manipulation of information structure by NS and NNS scientists in the international conference sett

Rowley-Jolivet, Elizabeth et al. (2005)

International audience Acquiring proficiency in different discourse genres involves an awareness of which syntactic structures are the most appropriate to the communicative context and purpose. This article examines two scientific research genres – conference proceedings articles and conference ...

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Source : HAL

Contextual and/or Compositional : a History of Reconciliation

Godart-Wendling, Béatrice (25 août 2010)

International audience The study of the history of formal semantics shows that the calculation of sentence meaning has successively been carried out according to two seemingly opposed concepts: contextual and/or compositional. In choosing the logician Gottlob Frege as founder, formal linguistics ...

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