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Language Learning Tool for Refugees
Identifying the Language Learning Needs of Syrian Refugees Through Participatory Design
A large number of refugees need to learn a new language in order to transition to, or settle in, a new country. Most refugees have access to smartphones with which they can access mobile language learning tools. However, ...
The Phonetics and Phonology of the Polish Calling Melodies
Two calling melodies of Polish were investigated, the routine call, used to call someone for an everyday reason, and the urgent call, which conveys disapproval of the addressee's actions. A Discourse Completion Task was ...
Towards the Quantification of Peggy Babcock: Speech Errors and Their Position within the Word
Sequences of similar (i.e., partially identical) words can be hard to say, as indicated by error frequencies, longer reaction and execution times. This study investigates the role of the location of this partial identity ...
Imagined Economies – Real Fictions
New Perspectives on Economic Thinking in Great Britain
The way we conceptualise the economy and ourselves as homo economicus has profound consequences for our lives. The contributions to this anthology take debates about the financial crisis, about recent austerity measures ...
Pronominierte Nominalformen im Altlitauischen
Ausnahmen zu Leskiens Gesetz?
In Old Lithuanian texts (16-17 century), there are more than a hundred definite forms of adjectives and participles with unshortened pronominal ending -jie in the masculine nominative plural, e. g. baiſuſghie ‘the dreadful ...
Zur Klassifikation der Wortarten im Koreanischen
The present paper deals with a classification of the parts of speech of the Korean language giving priority to syntactico-functional and distributional criteria, which is considered as useful for the purpose of foreign ...
The Form of Morphemes: MEG Evidence From Masked Priming of Two Hebrew Templates
Studies of lexical access have benefited from comparisons between languages like English, which shows concatenative morphology, and Semitic languages showing non-concatenative morphology of roots and patterns. Morphological ...