POSTER SESSION 2

ACQUISITION OF NEGATIVE CONCORD IN CHILD STANDARD ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Sumrah Arshad and Hedde Zeijlstra

AN EXPLORATION INTO THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN NOMINAL FORM AND TEMPORAL SEMANTICS

Alex Carr

CAUSED-POSITION CONSTRUCTION REVISITED

Ian Joo and Meichun Liu

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THE CONCEPTUALISATION OF NEGATIVE EMOTIONS THROUGH THE USE OF FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE

Jelena Kirejeva

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HEAD-BANGINGLY CRAZY' – WHEN 'VERY CRAZY' IS NOT CRAZY ENOUGH: LINGUISTIC CREATIVITY AS A DEVIATION FROM EXPECTED CONSTRUCTIONAL PATTERNS

Birgit Kohn

VARIABILITY OF “FAMILY” STEREOTYPE IN SPOKEN DISCOURSE

Alina Makoveyeva

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ABSTRACTNESS AND ABSTRACTION OF LEXICAL AND GRAMMATICAL ITEMS

Atreyee Mukherjee and Soumyadeep Mukherjee

POLYSEMY AND DE-CONTEXTUALISATION: A QUANTITATIVE INVESTIGATION BASED ON SIMILARITY FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF PROTOTYPICAL MEANING

Sae Nishiuchi, Sachi Kato and Masayuki Asahara

CONSONANT ICONICITY: AN OPEN-CATEGORIAL APPROACH TO SOUND SYMBOLISM

Xinjia Peng

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LEXICAL NETWORK OF A POLYSEMOUS WORD

Svetlana Pesina, Tatyana Solonchak and Julia Rodionova

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PERSPECTIVATION AND PRETEND PLAY IN LANGUAGE ACQUISITION: A CORPUS STUDY

Michael Pleyer

MUM AND ME: A COMPARATIVE PHONOLOGICAL STUDY OF MATERNAL NURSERY TERMS AND FIRST PERSON OBJECT DESIGNATORS

David Ridley

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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MONOLINGUAL AND BILINGUAL CHILDREN'S SENTENCE INTERPRETATION AND EXECUTIVE FUNCTION

Noorin Rodenhurst and Katherine Messenger

TIME IS MOTION METAPHORS IN FIJIAN

Kazuko Shinohara and Yuichi Asai

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METAPHOR INTERPRETATION STRATEGY USE BY EFL LEARNERS

Maria Tsitoura

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RE-OPENING A CHAPTER: IS KIKI VS. BOUBA REALLY A STABLE SOUND-SYMBOLIC EFFECT IN YOUNG CHILDREN?

Susann Ullrich and Ralf Rummer

CONTRAST IN CAUSED MOTION EVENT CONSTRUAL: THE CASE OF CANTONESE AND MANDARIN LEARNERS OF ENGLISH

Siu Ho Yau

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CONFIRMATION/AGREEMENT SEEKING IN TALK-IN-INTERACTION: WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE INTERROGATIVE PARTICLE “HAO”(嚎)IN NORTHEASTERN MANDARIN CHINESE

Shihong Zhou