Volume 17, Issue 1 (June 2016)

  • Discourse implicature, Quintilian and the Lucidity Principle: rhetorical phenomena in pragmatics

(Michael Burke) Read online

  • The gradual acquisition of clitic „se“ in Spanish L2

(Linda Escobar, Ismael Teomiro) Read online

  • Is there an interlanguage speech credibility benefit?

(Václav Jonáš Podlipský, Šárka Šimáčková, David Petráž) Read online

  • A cross cultural analysis of conjuncts as indicators of the interaction and negotiation of meaning in research articles

(Renata Povolná) Read online

  • Aspectual and idiomatic properties of the particle on in Late Modern Spoken English

(Ljubica Leone) Read online

  • Conceptualizing the metaphors of drug abusers

(Monika Gyuró) Read online

  • Power in communication

(Svetlana N. Kucherenko) Read online

  • Transfer at the level of argument structure or morphology: a comparative study of English and Persian unaccusative and unergative verbs

(Farzaneh Dehghan, Reza Rezvani) Read online



Volume 17, Issue 2 (December 2016)

  • Bipolar Items

(Nishiguchi Sumiyo) Read online

  • Cognitive rhetoric of effect: energy flows as a means of persuasion in inaugurals

(Serhiy Potapenko) Read online

  • The relationship between receptive and productive vocabulary of Slavic EFL learners

(Zdislava Šišková) Read online

  • On the production of metaphors and metonymies by Jordanian EFL learners: acquisition and implications

(Aseel Zibin) Read online

  • Revealing the anthropocentric nature of language and the theory of the living word in the interpretation of the concepts vidieť ‚see‘, vedieť ‚know‘ and veriť ‚believe‘ in the Slovak language

(Zuzana Kováčová, Elena Ciprianová) Read online

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