Fisiak: The voicing of initial fricatives in Middle English
Mertens-Fonck: The place of the Vespasian Psalter gloss in the history of English
Moessner: Impersonal constructions in Early Middle English
Diensberg: Historical phonology and markedness
Adamska-Salaciak: Some notes on the origin of Middle English /a/
Krzyszpien: On the impersonal-to-personal transition in English
Pieper: Is parental language sexually differentiated?
Sobkowiak: On some /n/-final prefixes, boundaries and nasal assimilation
Kaluza: Antithesis - a linguistic approach
Bennett: Terms for a change: The metalanguage of linguistics
Dancygier and Mioduszewska: Semanto-pragmatic classification of conditionals
Duszak: A note on rhematic subjects in English
Nelde: Three issues in languages in contact
Watts: Narration as role-complementary interaction: An ethnomethodological approach to the study of literary narratives
Preston: Excuse me; you’re standing in my pencil - the naturalness of ESL dialogues
Skibniewski: Some trends in current research on composing
Raizis: Lord Byron as a prose humorist
Elandt-Jankowska: John Webster’s The White Devil: A study in black humor and laughter as audience response
Husni: The confidence-man’s colourful – colourless masquerade: Melville’s theatre of the absurd “In black and white”
Sierz: Some medieval concepts in Shakespeare’s plays
Eruvbetine: Beauty: The Keatsian aesthetic ideal
Kilinski: Elements of Neo-platonism in William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet
Nganga: An interview with Cyprian Ekwensi
Szwedek: Functional sentence perspective: Towards a greater precision?

Reviews (single pdf file)
Weiss: Old English syntax. A handbook. By John McLaughlin
Janicki: Fundamental concepts of language teaching. By H.H. Stern
Kryk: The semantics of will in present-day British English: A unified account. By Liliane M.V. Haegeman
Ziolkowska: Sociolinguistics. By R.A. Hudson
Manczak-Wohlfeld: English syntactic structure. By Flor Aarts – Jan Aarts
Skibniewski: Problem-solving strategies for writing. By Linda Flower