Ahmed Albanyan – Dennis R. Preston: What is standard American English?
Ellen Bialystok: Beyond binary options: Effects of two languages in the bilingual mind
Jill Bourne: Constructing “linguistic maturity”: Interactions around written text in the primary classroom
Donna Christian: Language learning in school: The promise of two-way immersion
Andrew D. Cohen: Contrastive analysis of speech acts: What do we do with the research findings?
Michael C. Coleman: “Some kind of Gibberish”: Irish-speaking children in the national schools, 1850-1922.
Ulla Connor: Contrastive rhetoric: Developments and challenges
Malcolm Coulthard: Making texts speak: The work of the forensic linguist
Noel Houck – Susan Gass: Dancing a waltz to rock & roll music: Resolving conflicting discourse expectations in cross-cultural interaction
Adam Jaworski: The silence of power and solidarity in Fallen sons
Stig Johansson – Signe Oksefjell: A friend of my mother(‘s): On the use of genitive vs. common case in postmodifying of-phrases
Paula Kalaja – Sirpa Leppänen: Towards discursive social psychology of Second Language Learning: The case of motivation
Roman Kalisz: Prototypes and invariants in linguistic categorisation
Roman Kopytko: Relational pragmatics: Towards a holistic view of pragmatic phenomena
Wolfgang Kühlwein: Celtic influence on Old English rhetoric – a case study of the interface between diachronic contrastive rhetoric and history of art
Liisa Lautanatti – Raija Markkanen: Pragmatics and mental images
Aleksey A. Leontiev: What is the Overlord actually doing with a situation?
Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk: Negativity as a cognitive and interactional concept
Leo van Lier: All hooked up: An ecological look at computers in the classroom
Anna Mauranen: Another look at genre: Corpus linguistics vs. genre analysis
Manfred Pienemann: Second Language Acquisition: The procedural skill hypothesis
Arja Piirainen-Marsh: Meaning and the social context: Notes on the pragmatics of cross-linguistic and cross-cultural intelligibility
Elana Shohamy: Inside the “black box” of classroom language tests
Roger W. Shuy: What we do with English when we take notes: Evidence form a civil lawsuit
David Singleton: Age and the second language lexicon
Bernard Spolsky: The role of English as a language of maximum access in Israeli language practices and policies
Michael Stubbs: A note on phraseological tendencies in the core vocabulary of English
Aleksander Szwedek: English resultant, affected and eventive objects in Polish grammar
Sauli Takala: Language teaching policy effects - a case study of Finland
Elaine Tarone: Sociolinguistic perspective on an SLA theory of mind
Peter Trudgill: “Short o” in East Anglia and New England
G. Richard Tucker – Richard Donato: Designing and implementing an innovative foreign language program: Reflections from a school district - university partnership
Eija Ventola: Constructing and maintaing sexist ideologies: Horses sweat, men perspire, women glow
Rafał Żuchowski: Stops and other sound-symbolic devices expressing the relative lenght of referent sounds in onomatopeia