Brno studies in English 2009, roč. 35, č. 2

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Discourse as function
Rok vydání
0524-6881 (print)
1805-0867 (online)
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[5]-9 Discourse as function : introduction Chovanec, Jan | pdficon
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[11]-13 Ludmila Urbanová: an appreciation Chovanec, Jan | pdficon
Part One : Analysing Sentence Structure and Function
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[17]-28 Word order and linear modification in English Chamonikolasová, Jana | pdficon
[29]-51 Noun modification in fiction and academic prose Dušková, Libuše | pdficon
[53]-60 "The Fifth Element" : a remark on the FSP factors Klégr, Aleš | pdficon
Part Two : Pragmatic Markers and Discourse Segments
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[63]-77 Please : a politeness formula viewed in a translation perspective Aijmer, Karin | pdficon
[79]-92 Surely as a marker of dominance and entitlement in the crime fiction of P.D. James Downing, Angela | pdficon
[93]-105 On contrastive relations in academic spoken discourse Povolná, Renata | pdficon
Part Three : Discourses in the Public Sphere
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[109]-128 Simulation of spoken interaction in written online media texts Chovanec, Jan | pdficon
[129]-143 Interpersonal meanings in the genre of diplomatic addresses Dontcheva-Navratilova, Olga | pdficon
[145]-163 "Doing interrupting" as a discursive tactic in argumentation : a post-pragmatic politeness theory perspective Ferenčík, Milan | pdficon
Part Four : Discourses over the Course of Time
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[167]-183 How the Anglo-Saxons expressed their emotions with the help of interjections Sauer, Hans | pdficon
[185]-198 William Harvey's Prelectiones anatomie universalis (1616) : code-switching in early modern English lecture notes Schendl, Herbert | pdficon
[199]-213 English borrowings in Czech: health to our mouths? Tárnyiková, Jarmila | pdficon
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215 Brno Studies in English | pdficon
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216 Guidelines for authors | pdficon