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Papers (entirely in French) presented at the conference on linguistics include these topics: language used in the legislature of New Brunswick; cohesion in the text of Arabic-speaking language learners; automatic adverb recognition; logic of machine translation in teaching revision; expansion in physics texts; discourse analysis and the syntax of terminology; speech pathology and the right brain hemisphere; translating Spanish pronunciation to French; operators and child language competence; prosodic difficulties and the right hemisphere; nasalization in Inor; language planning in Guinea; intrinsic vowel frequency in discourse; pharmacy terminology; intonation patterns in back-channel communication; aphorisms and proverbs in daily conversation; borrowing and variations in adolescent speech in New Brunswick; second language reading; relative propositions in Acadian children's oral language; the language chronicles of Etienne Blanchard; microprosody and discourse type; syllabic adaptation of French borrowing in Kinyarwanda; adjectival quantifiers in Quebec French; modern English advertising grammar; comparison of sung vowels and spoken vowels; influence of the francophone Voyageurs' vocabulary on North American English; past participle agreement in one rule; problems of polysemy; syntactic analysis; homosemy and polysemy; plural of combined words; French head-driven phrase structure grammar; semantics of metaphors; negative quantifiers and double negation; definition of phrasemes; communicative structure of French causative utterances; and a plenary session summary. (MSE)

Descriptors: Adverbs, Advertising, Arabic, Brain Hemisphere Functions, Child Language, Cohesion (Written Composition), Contrastive Linguistics, Discourse Analysis, English, Foreign Countries, French, Grammar, Language Research, Language Usage, Languages for Special Purposes, Legislators, Linguistic Borrowing, Linguistic Theory, Linguistics, Metaphors, Morphology (Languages), Negative Forms (Language), Oral Language, Pharmacy, Phonology, Physics, Pronunciation, Proverbs, Revision (Written Composition), Spanish, Speech Language Pathology, Syllables, Syntax, Technical Writing, Translation, Uncommonly Taught Languages, Writing Instruction











Author: Audette, Julie, Ed.; And Others

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