Roger Lass: Old English fricative voicing unvisited
Nikolaus Ritt: Early Middle English vowel quantity, universal tendencies and the explanation of sound change
Gillis Kristensson: OE wagu ‘something quaking’
Piotr Gąsiorowski: Heavy consonants and compensatory lengthening
Ans van Kemenade: Verbal position in Old English: Evidential problems
Lilo Moessner: How English are Old English relative constructions?
Willem F. Koopman: The order of dative and accusative objects in Old English and scrambling
Janusz Malak: The function of the present participle in the predicative position in Old English
Hanna Mausch: Democratic you and paradigm
William Bennett: What is infinitival to?
Yurko L. Shevchuk: The linguistic and literary tradition in the functional and stylistic stratification of the English vocabulary
Gerhard Augst: New trends in the research on word-family dictionaries
Jan Rusiecki: Consumer research in language teaching: Graduates’ opinions on the effectiveness of foreign language instruction in Polish secondary schools
Sharon J. Lynch: Untangling the bilingual education controversy
Adriaan M. de Lange: Ideology:text:reader:towards interpreting “committed” texts
Andrzej Wicher: Patterns of thinking in medieval romances: An interpretation of “Sir Orfeo” and “The wooing of Etaine”
Ewa Elandt: “The judicious author”: A note on possibly the first American production of Romeo and Juliet
Aleksandra Jasińska: The metaphors of poetry in Yeats’s Last poems



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