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The student - an invaluable source of information in the writing process

Chris Alexander (Bristol)



Choosing a dialect of North American English

Sherry Ash (Philadelphia)



The pragmatics of “bloody”: an historical account

Stefania Biscetti (Siena)



H instead of L in Hungarian

Sylvia Blaho (ELTE Budapest)



Polish being "ergative"? The riddle of the "X not be at Y" construction

Joanna Błaszczak



The relationship between inherent aspect and past tense in the acquisition of Polish learned as L2

Agnieszka Błaszczyk-Szabat (Wrocław)



 Element interactions in intra- and interonset relations

 Anna Bloch-Rozmej (Catholic University of Lublin)



On the relationship between linguistic pragmatics and axiology

Marta Boniśniak (Poznań)



Middle Scots as an emerging standard and why it did not make it

Joanna Bugaj (Poznań)



Reflexive verbs as null object licensers in Polish. Similarities between the reflexive się and small pro

Ewa Bułat (Wrocław)



Weak and unstressed pronouns in Polish

Bożena Cetnarowska (Katowice)



Morphophonological "controversy": on "visibility" of morphological information in English word stress

Tomasz Ciszewski (Gdańsk)



Perceptive Animated Interfaces: The Next Generation of Interactive Learning Tools

Ron Cole (Center for Spoken Language Research, University of Colorado, Boulder)



Government Phonology:Syllabification, syllabic effects and morphophonology

Eugeniusz Cyran (Lublin)



His Majesty, Her Majesty, and Burkina Fasos: Strange multi-word lexical units from computational perspective

Magdalena Derwojedowa and Michał Rudolf (Warsaw)



Advantages and disadvantages of authentic materials in the CALL

Magdalena Derwojedowa and Magdalena Zawisławska (Warsaw)



Language situation in Ukraine

Anatolij Dorodnych (Poznań)



Principles of Natural Phonology: An introduction

Wolfgang U. Dressler (Vienna) and Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kołaczyk (Poznań)



Rhythm comes first: A scenario for the structuring of phonology in the Beats-and-Binding framework

Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kołaczyk (Poznań)



Regional variation and the rise of the national standard in early American English

Radosław Dylewski (Poznań)



Forms of Address in the Discourse of Tourist Promotion

Patricia Edwards Rokowski



War as source and target: a comprehensive approach to war metaphors

Małgorzata Fabiszak (Poznań)



Multiple spell-out: evidence from German

Gisbert Fanselow 



Schemata in translation: the role of lexical competence

Mohammed Farghal (Kuwait)



Evidence for the metrical foot in Spanish

Maria-Bonita Flores and Merle Horne (Lund)



Computational phonetics: Empirical comparison of prosodic and syntax trees

Dafydd Gibbon (Bielefeld)



Introduction to the Government Phonology vs. Natural Phonology workshop

Edmund Gussmann (Gdańsk)



The morphology of oddities

Camiel Hamans (Brussels)



Phrasal rhythmic phenomena in English and Swedish

Merle Horne (Lund)



On General American: learners' views

Katarzyna Janicka (Poznań)



Morphophonological lenition in Old Irish

Krzysztof Jaskuła (Catholic University of Lublin)



A real common core

Bryan Jenner (Vienna)



Contrastive analysis and error analysis in combination with analysis of the semantic level

Ljubica Kardaleska (Skopje)



Polish trapped sonorants and strict CV

Artur Kijak



From psych adjectives to psych verbs

Dorota Klimek and Bożena Rozwadowska (Wrocław)



Myths, ideologies, and revolutions in linguistics

E.F.K. Koerner (Cologne)



To teach the phonology of international English or not to teach

Smiljana Komar (Ljubljana)



Pragmatic aspects of the acquisition of Hungarian

Ilona Koutny and Maria David



Fight standard with standard - spelling systems old and new in Layamon's Brut

Marcin Krygier (Poznań)



National Identities and European Institutions: On the National and European Identity Orientations among Polish members of the ‘European Convention'

Michał Krzyżanowski (Vienna)



Students on accent teaching: The results of a questionnaire conducted in the School of English, AMU Poznan, Poland

Małgorzata Kul (Poznań)



What is legal discourse: A pragmatic account

Wojciech Kwarciński (Poznań)



French Tone Rules and Structures

David Le Gac (Rouen)



Partial wh-movement in Polish

Maja Lubańska (Wrocław)



Teaching English phonetics from IFA teachers' perspective

Iwona Łęska-Drajerczak, Danuta Wolfram-Romanowska and Hanna Wysocka(Poznań)



The strategy of presenting criticisms in book reviews

Ruta Marcinkeviciene (Kaunas)



A maximum-efficiency model for the teaching of L2 grammar in a foreign-language, non-intensive context

Waldemar Marton (Poznań College of Modern Languages)



A 'natural' reconsideration of the Old English vowel system

Łukasz Mokrzycki (Poznań)



On the role of C-command in grammar

Michael Moss



Non-monolithic explanatory principles in phonology

Miren Loudres Oñederra (University of the Basque Country)



Conversation or interrogation? The case of interactional (a)symmetry in the institutional context of the Polish call centers

Joanna Pawelczyk (Poznań)



On case transmission in control and raising constructions

Adam Przepiórkowski (Warsaw)



Psychological reality of teaching Lingua Franca Core

Michał Remiszewski (Vienna)



How, when and where suprasegmental structure gets assigned, and to what

Nikolaus Ritt (Vienna)



Striving for the optimal compromise: evolution of morphological and phonological patterns in German brand names

Elke Ronneberger-Sibold (Eichstaett)



The function of Polish partitive genitive in aspectual composition

Bożena Rozwadowska (Wrocław) and Ewa Willim (Cracow)



The role of perfective aspect in the interpretation of NPs

Ewa Rudnicka-Mosiądz (Wrocław )



On LFC acceptability and the future of the English language

Sylwia Scheuer (Poznań)



Temporal phenomena in Natural Phonology - bridging the gap between discrete phonology and dynamic phonetics

Geoffrey Schwartz (Poznań)



Good, evil, their balance and what they tell us about language

Philippe Ségéral (Paris) and Tobias Scheer (Nice)



Accents in broader perspective

Barbara Seidlhofer (Vienna)



Role of duration and quality in nonnative perception of English front vowels.

Šárka Šimáčková (Prague)



Why not LFC?

Włodzimierz Sobkowiak (Poznań)



The null hypotheses of "syllable structure"

Péter Szigetvári (Budapest)



 The Lingua Franca Core and the Polish learner

 Jolanta Szpyra-Kozłowska (Lublin)



Optimal design, imperfections and dislocation

Przemysław Tajsner (Poznań)



Ease of acquisition and ease of comprehension: Finding the equilibrium

Peter Trudgill (Fribourg)



Resultative phrases as markers of aspect in English and Polish

Marta Tryzna (Częstochowa)



EFL speech: specifying the target

Ewa Waniek-Klimczak (Łódź)



Linguistic Pragmatics from a “Hard-Science” Perspective

Elżbieta Wąsik (Poznan)



How Polish students rate native British accents

Jarosław Weckwerth (Poznań)



Goals in teaching English pronunciation

John C. Wells (University College London)



Input cues and L2 acquisition

Marit Westergaard (Tromsø)



Raising expletives

Jacek Witkoś (Poznań)



An overview of pronunciation teaching materials

Magdalena Wrembel (Poznań)