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Agnieszka Solska and Arkadiusz Rojczyk

be treated as a transitive verb followed by the object noun phrase the deer or as an intransitive verb followed by the noun phrase the deer , acting as the subject of the main clause. In (3), the word old can be interpreted as an adjective premodifying the head noun in a noun phrase or as the

Topic-Continuity and Topic-Shift Effects in Spanish Discourse

A Comparative Analysis of Referring Expressions

Iker Zulaica-Hernández

demonstratives occupy a lower position in terms of cognitive accessibility (i.e. merely activated) whereas personal pronouns mark their referents as highly-accessible (i.e. in focus). From a purely syntactic point of view, the preverbal subject of a sentence is commonly assumed to be the most prominent syntactic

Russophobia in DotA 2

A critical discursive analysis of online discrimination

Albin Wagener

-Mougnibas (2009: 108), in order to take this fundamental link into the account for the present discursive analysis: Discursivity cannot be separated from interdiscursivity, which defines the subject as a subjectivity built by socio-ideological (social roles) as well as generic (enunciative roles) co

wish to consider purchasing the whole collection or subject-specifi c collections. International Review of Pragmatics 1 (2009) i–ii © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI 10.1163/187731009X12569983968927 brill.nl/irp Contents of Volume 1 Volume 1, No. 1 Editorial Note 1–2 Articles WJ-40

Jeanette Gundel

syntactically prominent position in the immediately preceding sen- tence can be assumed to be in focus (see Kaiser, 2010, for an excellent summary of this research). Th us, for example, the fact that entities introduced in subject position can be assumed to be in focus of attention is an automatic conse- quence

Robert Harnish and Merrill Garrett

linguistics, sociology, psychology, computer science to neurolinguistics. Such a span of topics is sure to preclude any substantive generalizations, fragment- ing the subject into a huge disjunction. Attempts to “defi ne” pragmatics in M. Garrett and R.M. Harnish / International Review of Pragmatics 1

Piotr Cap

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Cynthia Lee

made by means of a narrative circumstantial account and the collective lexical, prosodic and pragmatic features of the reported speech. The recipient is left to decide on the impropriety or misconduct. A complaint can be made directly and indirectly subject to the participants’ social roles and

Piotr Cap

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