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  • Old English Simile of Equality: The Highest Degree of Similarity 

    Oleniak, Mariana (Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, 2019-01-11)
    This paper aims to provide an account of Old English similes of equality marked by the superlative degree of the adjective gelic. It deals with the structure and semantics of similes marked by the (ge)/(on)licost component, ...
  • The Interplay of Cross-Linguistic Differences and Context in L2 Idiom Comprehension 

    Suñer, Ferran (Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, 2019-01-11)
    The present study investigates to what extent the effect of cross-linguistic differences on L2 idiom comprehension is modulated by the presence of a context. Sixty students of German as a foreign language (L1 French) ...
  • Back to Orthoepia – Spelling in Pronunciation Instruction: “Words Commonly Mispronounced” by Learners of Six L1s 

    Nowacka, Marta A. (Sciendo, 2019-01-11)
    This is a continuation of Nowacka’s (2016) study on the importance of local and global errors and spelling in pronunciation instruction. Unlike in the previous research that focused on the performance of Polish learners ...
  • Parenthetical Clauses in the Qurʼān 

    Dror, Yehudit (Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, 2019-01-11)
    In the few traditional Arabic grammatical sources that address the term parentheticals it is usually defined as the insertion of a clause between two other clauses, or between two syntactic components, for taʼkīd “emphasis.” ...
  • Non-Native Attitudes to /θ/ and /ð/: A European Case Study 

    Van Den Doel, Rias; Pinget, Anne-France C. H.; Quené, Hugo (Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, 2019-01-11)
    This paper investigates the evaluation of the English sounds /θ/ and /ð/ as produced by European non-native speakers. Using the data from a larger web survey, we compared the error judgements by different native and ...
  • Accommodation of L2 Speech in a Repetition Task: Exploring Paralinguistic Imitation 

    Burin, Léa (Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, 2019-01-11)
    Phonetic convergence is the process by which a speaker adapts his/her speech to sound more similar to his/her interlocutor. While most studies analysing this process have been conducted amongst speakers sharing the same ...