Studies About Languages

The scientific journal KALBŲ STUDIJOS/ STUDIES ABOUT LANGUAGES is a publication for all involved in the field of theoretical and empirical language studies. It is dealing with the problems of Applied Linguistics, Computational Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, and Studies of Foreign Languages. The journal aims at bringing together the scientists interested in linguistic theory development, empirical research of different aspects of languages functioning within a society, issues of language learning and teaching. The journal aims at becoming a multidisciplinary venue of sharing ideas and experience among the scholars working in the field. The articles are published in five languages (as submitted by the authors): English, German, French, Russian and Lithuanian.

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No 33 (2018)

Table of Contents

LINGUISTICS

The root structure of Lithuanian inflective words PDF
Asta Kazlauskienė, Jurgita Cvilikaitė 5-16
Double Negation in English and Ukrainian: a View from Cognitive Linguistics and a SLA Context PDF
Yakiv Bystrov, Oksana Petryna, Maiia Matton 17-32

TRANSLATION

Learning ESL through AVT: a case study PDF
Patrizia Giampieri 33-42

SOCIOLINGUISTICS

"We are Proud to be a Leading Company with Global Reach and Worldwide Impact": Positively Evaluative Lexis in the Language of Recruitment Advertising PDF
Pavel Reich 43-56
Funny as it may be: Humour in the American sitcoms I Love Lucy and Modern Family PDF
Julija Korostenskienė, Aurelija Lieponytė 57-73
Discourse Markers in the Genre of Formal Letters Written by Intermediate Students of English as a Foreign Language PDF
Oleksandr Kapranov 74-89
Investigating Metadiscourse Markers in Book Reviews and Blurbs: A Study of Interested and Disinterested Genres PDF
Alireza Jalilifar, Samira Hayati, Alexanne Don 90-107
Lexical Word-Class Distributions in Research Articles of Four Subject Areas PDF
Deny Arnos KWARY, Almira F Artha, Yuni S Amalia 108-118


Print ISSN: 1648-2824
Online ISSN: 2029-7203