"„Neophilologica” 2018. Vol. 30: Études sémantico-syntaxiques des langues romanes"

Libra identifier: 209453

Table of Contents

ContentsGaston Gross: Lexical Complexity: the substantive débat(s) / 9

Wiesław Banyś: New Old Paradigms: Object-Oriented Approach, Object Classes, Ecological Psychology and Linguistics / 25

Sonia Berbinski: Genre — between partial identification and suspensive approximation / 42

Aleksandra Chrupała: Linguistic comings and goings between the French language in France and the one in Quebec / 57

Anna Czekaj: Perception and metonymy in automatic translation / 76

Francis Grossmann, Anna Krzyżanowska: How to apologize in French and Polish: pragma-semantic study / 89

Michał Hrabia: Verb remettre and its Polish equivalents. Disambiguation and semanticprefixal analysis for the purpose of machine translation / 109

Małgorzata Izert: Nominal quantifiers of meteorological and hydrographic origin in French and Polish / 121

Anna Kieliszczyk: Readers’ discourse in the French and Polish press / 136

Monika Kostro: Between front-stage and backstage: the usage of the familiar pronouns of address in the French and Polish political media discourse / 148

Piotr Krzyżanowski: Functions of nominal vocative forms in Polish and French / 160

Katarzyna Kwapisz-Osadnik: Italian prepositions di and da and the French preposition de.A contrastive study in a cognitive framework / 169

Agnieszka Latos: Some reflections on feminine agentives: Italian and Polish in comparison / 181

Julia M. Murrmann: An introduction to the language of physiotherapy. The linguistic features of the communication in movement rehabilitation / 197

Swietłana Niewzorowa: Alternative questions / 212

Aleksandra Paliczuk: Linguistic picture of the past based on the verbal aspect in Italian, Polish and English / 229

Magdalena Perz: The meaning of a polysemous adjective in a bilingual perspective — the quest for equivalence / 243

Matthieu Pierens: The introductory verbs of feelings in French and German: a comparative diachronic study / 257

Ewa Pilecka: The expression of intensification through consequence in French and Polish: a case study (as a preliminary to its lexicographical description) / 275

Aleksandra Ritau-Barber: The metaphors of the concept musica in Italian / 287

Witold Sobczak: On the usage of “irá a + infinitive” and “iría a + infinitive” in contemporary peninsular Spanish / 305

Katarzyna Tilgner: The names of the gall / bile in Castilian language in the diachronic approach / 315

Richard Trim: The impact of morpho-syntax on contrastive metaphorisation processes in Romance and Germanic languages / 328

Grażyna Vetulani: Methods and problems of comparative linguistics research. Case study : predicate nominative in French and Polish / 340