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Ηθικές αξίες σ' ένα παιδικό ανάγνωσμα

Σ. Γαβριηλίδου-Σπυρίδου & Ε. Κασάπη-Ζωντανού
Children readings have now their place in mother tongue teaching, either in the original or in translation. Apart from teaching material they also contain symbolisms of moral values. These symbolisms become the vehicle of metaphorical understanding in which moral worldviews affect political worldviews. Our purpose is the analysis of questionnaires focused on the profile of Pinocchio. The questionnaires were designed aiming at pointing out conservative views expressed in the 19th century as perceived by contemporary...

Acknowledgements and Chairperson's note

Stathis Efstathiadis
Selected papers on theoretical and applied linguistics, Vol 11 (1997): Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, Thessaloniki 10-12 April 1997

On the Syntactic Recoverability of pro*

Nam-Kil Kang
(no abastract avaialable)

Speaker-Induced Articulatory Variability: an Electropalatographic Study

Katerina Nicolaidis
(no abstract available)

Resumptive Features, Learnability and L2A

Ianthi Maria Tsimpli
(no abstract available)

Παραδρομές Λόγου Παιδιών Προσχολικής Ηλικίας

Ευαγγελία Κούρτη, Φωτεινή Κληρονόμου & Γιώργος Μανωλίτσης
(χωρίς περίληψη)

Acknowledgements

Thanos Kakouriotis
Selected papers on theoretical and applied linguistics, Vol 10 (1997): Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, Thessaloniki 24-26 April 1996

On Speech Technology

Lefteris Panagopoulos
State of the art articulatory synthesis is investigated through an examination of related parameters aiming at: a. Obtaining a mapping of the muscular contraction patterns which also represent the sequence of neural impulses emitted by the brain, in response to the demands of a particular linguistic pattern. b. Energizing the muscular contraction pattern, which is in fact a varying filter, by adding airflow, with or without accompanying phonation. This stage completes the source and filter...

Testing and Comparing the Writing and Speaking Ability of EFL Students

P. Pavlou, N. Christodoulou & P. Zarpetea
This paper examines two predominant theories of language competence and their implications in terms of teaching and testing. The aim of the study is to evaluate and compare a learner's writing and speaking ability in order to establish whether these two distinct abilities represent a single unitary ability or two different abilities. The results of this study could enable language teachers form homogeneous groups according to specific language skills.

Patterns of code - alternation among second - generation Greeks in Brussels, Belgium

Aspassia Hatzidaki
Following a trend observed in many immigrant communities, bilingual second-generation Greeks in Brussels use the ethnic language to a large extent with parents but rarely with siblings and peers (Hatzidaki 1994). However, it is suggested that, due to many factors, there is considerable variation in their use of Greek and French. This paper presents the results of a study on code-alternation patterns among second-generation Greeks in Brussels (Hatzidaki 1994) with particular emphasis οn the importance...

A comment on the article

Eliza Kitis
In an attempt to give a solution to the problem of definite descriptions, Grice treats them as a special subclass of referential expressions whose existential presuppositions can be "explained away" in terms of general­ized conversational implicatures. To this end he employs the Russellian tripartite definition of definite descriptions, claiming that the first two clauses of it are regarded by the speaker as common ground, and there­fore as not challengable. He concludes that every use of...

Parallel Function, Non-Parallel Function, Implicit Causality

Maria Valiouli
(no abstract available)

On two assimilation processes in Greek and English

Stathis Efstathiadis
(no abstract available)

The Position of Prescriptivism in the Development of a Greek \"Official Language\" since 1976

D. M. Landsman
(no abstract available)

Grammatical Relations and Semantic Roles in English and in Modern Greek

Athanassios Kakouriotis
(no abstract available)

List of contributors

Lefteris Panagopoulos
Selected papers on theoretical and applied linguistics, Vol 1 (1987): Proceedings of the First Symposium on English and Modern Greek: Description and/or Comparison of the Two Languages, Thessaloniki 1-3 April 1987

Preface

Lefteris Panagopoulos
Selected papers on theoretical and applied linguistics, Vol 1 (1987): Proceedings of the First Symposium on English and Modern Greek: Description and/or Comparison of the Two Languages, Thessaloniki 1-3 April 1987

The Localist Basis for Syntactic Categories

John Anderson
(no abstract available)

A Brief Comment on Periphrastic Expressions of Objective Modality in English and Modern Greek: a Comparison

Maria Hatzi
The aim of this paper is to comment on one of the ways of expressing objective modality in English and Modern Greek, that is, through the use of participial expressions. Reference will also be made to expressions incorporating verbally-derived adjectives and nominals. It will be attempted to point out similarities and de­monstrate, as well as explain, the differences between English and Modern Greek. It is an area which has not been studied as extensive­ly as...

List of Participants

Stathis Efstathiadis
Selected papers on theoretical and applied linguistics, Vol 3 (1989): Proceedings 3rd Symposium on the Description and/or Comparison of English and Greek, Thessaloniki 10-12 April 1989

C.P. Cavafy and W.H. Auden: a Comparative Stylistic Account based on Speech Act Theory

Nicholas G. Kontos
(no abstract available)

Greek After-Thought Topics, Tails, Co-reference and Case Agreement. A First Approach

Maria Valiouli
After an introduction on Subject-prominent and Topic-prominent languages, two different cases of Greek After-Thought Topics (Tails) are presented: • when the rightmost full-fledged NP is a personal name and • when it is an adjective. In either cases the AT (rail) has to be co-referential - through case agreement - with one of the arguments of the preceding verbs. When the AT (Tail) is a personal name, it seems that it has to conform to...

Can we still Learn from the Ancient Grammarians?

P. H. Matthews
(no abstract available)

The Gift of the Gab: Factors Affecting Fluency in Radio Interviews

Peter Hawkins
(no abstract available)

Devices Identifying Thematic Progression in Texts

Angeliki Athanasiadou
(no abstract available)

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