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 32 (2018)

Table of Contents

LINGUISTICS

On the Motivated Polysemy of the Lithuanian ŽEMIAU ‘below’ PDF
Ieva Stasiūnaitė 5 - 20

TRANSLATION

Applying Multimodal Transcription to Persian Subtitling PDF
Zahra Abdi, Masood Khoshsaligheh 21 - 38
Interpreting Issues of Metaphors in Official Speech PDF
Inga Stadalninkaitė 39 - 47

SOCIOLINGUISTICS

Could Have, Should Have, Would Have. The Speaker’s Attitude in Expressing Hypothetical Past Alternatives in English and Italian by Means of Pragmatic Markers and Modality in EU Parliamentary Debates. PDF
Paola Gaudio 48 - 64
The Dynamic and Static Speech Organization of Texts in Business Media PDF
Liliya Duskaeva 65 - 76
Memorability in Narration: An Overview of Mnemonic Features in Oral and Written Tradition PDF
Kevin Arthur Crowley 77 - 93
Anglo-Norman Money in Context PDF
Natalya Vladislavovna Davidko 94 - 116
Early Language Acquisition: from a Language Periphery to Verbal PDF
Ingrida Balčiūnienė, Laura Kamandulytė-Merfeldienė 117 - 136


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