Volume 23 (2001): Language and Linguistics
AbstractARTICLES OLGA ISABEL DÍEZ VELASCO (Universidad de La Rioja)“The Role of Semantic Relations in the Creation of Metonymic Mappings” ANA E. MARTÍNEZ INSUA (Universidad de Santiago de Compostela)“Present Day English Existential There-constructions and their Pragmatics. Towards an lntegrated Categorisation” PABLO ORTEGA GIL (Universidad de Alicante)“Extended Thematic Progression” LORENA PÉREZ HERNÁNDEZ (Universidad de La Rioja)“The Directive-Commissive Continuum” MARÍA JESÚS SÁNCHEZ (Universidad de Salamanca)“Eficacia del Word Association Test y del Pathfinder para medir el aprendizaje léxico del ingles como lengua extranjera” JORDI SÁNCHEZ MARTÍ (Cornell University, USA)“From Youth to Age Through Old English Poetry (With Old Norse Parallels)” REVIEWS ISABEL DE LA CRUZ CABANILLAS Y FRANCISCO JAVIER MARTÍN ARISTA (eds.)Lingu?ística histórica inglesa(por Marta González Orta. Universidad de La Laguna) JOHN R. RICKFORDAfrican American Vernacular English(por Ana M.ª Hornero Corisco. Universidad de Zaragoza)
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