Linguistics: Teaching and Interdisciplinary Relations
Dinneen, Francis [Editor]
Georgetown University. School of Languages and Linguistics
Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics
Round Table Meeting on Linguistics and Language Studies
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Kang, Yunkyoung (Georgetown University, 2012)All languages have some ways to talk about the spatial relationship between two entities: a trajector (TR) and a landmark (LM) (Langacker 1987). Every language uses some combination of linguistic mechanisms (prepositions, ...
Applying cognitive linguistics and task-supported language teaching to instruction of English conditional phrases Jacobsen, Natalia Dolgova (Georgetown University, 2012)Due to their internal complexity, English conditional phrases (e.g., "If it rains tomorrow, we will cancel the picnic"; "If John had come to the party yesterday, he would have told you his favorite joke"; etc.) represent ...