International Journal of Language & Linguistics

ISSN 2374-8850 (Print), 2374-8869 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijll

Vol. 3, No. 3; August 2016

Table of Contents
Development of Pragmatic Awareness of Nonnative Korean Speakers
Kim, Juhi
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Poetry and Translation
Dr. Pinheiro
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Grammaticalization, Complementization and the Development of an Epistemic Parenthetical: A Diachronic Analysis of the Verb Feel.
Christopher Shank
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On Metaphor and Metonymy Based on TIME Category in the Oracle-Bone Inscriptions and the Bronze Inscriptions in China Ancient Shang Dynasty Before 3000 yearsi
Tang Jianli, Deng Fei, PhD.
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Mother Tongue Syntactical Influence in a ESL Class
Mahendran Maniam, Hema Vanita Kesevan
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A Metalinguistic Intra Textual Analysis of Braden’s the Divine Matrix - Bridging Time, Space, Miracle, and Belief
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Complementary Cognitive and Social Perspectives in the Study of False Memory in Reading and Writing
Onici Claro Flôres, Rosane Maria Cardoso, Lucilene Bender de Sousa
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An Easily Performed Advance through Difficult Conditions – One More View on the Slovenian Lahkó
Dr. Bostjan Dvorak
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Algerian Arabic and French Code Switching as a Linguistic Strategy in Algerian Manga
Dalila Belhassena, Ms.; Abdelkader Lotfi Benhattab, Dr.
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A Case Study: A Teaching Model for English Teachers as Foreign Language to Be Reproduced in Rural Areas in Developing Countries
Master. Roxana Jiménez Rodríguez, Master. Ileana Mora Marín
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Comparing Post-Editing Difficulty of Different Machine Translation Errors in Spanish and German Translations from English
Anna Zaretskaya, Mihaela Vela, Gloria Corpas Pastor, Miriam Seghiri
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Non-Equivalence at Grammatical and Word Level and the Strategies to Deal with: A Case Study of English Translation into Persian
Ahmad Ezzati
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First Results of a Linguistic Fieldwork on Baṅgāṇī
Andrea Drocco
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Children Indirect Speech Acts at Ages 18-24 Months Old: A Case Study on Indonesian Language Acquisition by Balinese Children
Nengah Arnawa
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