Lipka: Causatives and inchoatives in English and their treatment in recent lexicographic practice
Fisiak: Middle English -ong > -ung revisited
Kastovsky: “Privative opposition” and lexical semantics
Aarts: The contrastive analysis debate: Problems and solutions
Poussa: The evolution of early standard English: The creolization hypothesis
O’Grady: The subject relation in Middle English
Waren: Discourse logic and conventional implicature
Kryk: The relation between predicates and their sentential complements. A pragmatic approach to English and Polish
Beukema and Verheijen: The equi-noc-tial quandary
Jaworska: On the structure of adverbial subordinate clauses in English and Polish
Gorska: A way of testing the productivity of word formation rules (WFRs)?
Szymanek: Cyclic word formation rules and the haplological constraint
Eliasson: Transfer as evidence for phonological solutions
Kellerman: Predicting transferability from semantic space: An investigation of translation preferences for a polysemous word
Szpyra: The concept of rule opacity and its usefulness for phonological analysis - evidence from Polish and English
Szpyra: Further remarks on natural rule interactions
Jaworski: A note on the types of address shifts
Ruszkiewicz: Tough movement, reflexives and other problems
Dahiyat: The portrait of the Philistines in John Milton’s Samson Agonistes
Heine-Harabasz: Courtly love as camouflage in the poems of sir Thomas Wyatt
Oleksy: Tempora mutantur et fabule mutantur in illis: Some reflections on post-modern American fiction

Reviews (single pdf file)
Rasinski: Pragmatics: Implicature, presupposition, and logical form. By Gerald Gazdar
Gorska: Generative phonology. Description and theory. By Michael Kenstowicz – Charles Kisseberth
Kopytko: Principles of diachronic syntax. By David W. Lightfoot
Semrau: The self-begetting novel. By Steven G. Kellman