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Richard J. Watts: The conjunction that: A semantically empty particle?
Raymond Hickey: Syntactic ambiguity in Hiberno-English
Raymond Hickey: Remarks on pronominal usage in Hiberno-English
Stefan Dyła: Why there can be no rule of inversion in EST
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Phil Scholfield: Vocabulary explanation by paraphrase in context
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Leopold K. Engels: Testing and mastery learning of English vocabulary at university level
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Arleta Adamska-Sałaciak: Principles and methods for historical linguistics. By Robert J. Jeffers – Ilse Lehiste
Grzegorz Kleparski: Historical linguistics. By Theodore Bynon
Anna Malicka: Dutch morphology. A study of word formation in generative grammar. By Geert E. Booij
Edmund Gussmann: Juncture. A collection of original papers. By Mark Aronoff – Mary-Louise Kean
Janusz Semrau: Fabulation and metafiction. By Robert Scholes
Andrzej Jankowiak: Shakespeare’s speaking pictures: Studies in iconic imagery. By John Doeber