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The practical implications of my study lie within the domain of social influence in electronic communication area, which is driven by communicative idiomatic stereotypes [5].
Thus, perhaps it might be a good idea to try to adopt in the transformational per se discussion of idiomatic expressions some of the assumptions of the cognitive model of categorisation.
Among the topics are how theory informs application and how application informs theory, a discourse perspective to nominal reference-point constructions, insights from cognitive metaphor theory on cross-cultural variation in idiomatic expression and implications for translation studies, and conceptualizations of faith in prosperity theology.
His writing is idiomatic, combining a scholarly approach with a personal, humorous style and no shortage of opinion.
Because poetry is so idiomatic to its original language, even on the Internet, it doesn't seem to travel very far.
Here the idiomatic phrases do not distribute their meanings to their components.
His mystical recurring nature images - carp, eel, whale - serve a function similar to Andrei Tarkovsky's emblematic use of fire and water, at once culturally idiomatic and purely, raptly personal.
Mayrocker communicates in two languages, really, since her German text is laced with a great deal of idiomatic English.
The question I am addressing now is: Can we devise training that capitalizes on their idiomatic use of language and still gives them the skills to be effective, clear communicators," he says.
In addition to confirming IEEE's broad right to engage in the full range of normal and customary peer review, and style and copy editing for scholarly publications, the new ruling also confirms IEEE's rights to publish in both print and non-print media, to deliver its peer review comments or questions in any format, and to make both verbatim and idiomatic translations.
4% and, as mentioned before, by occurrences with an idiomatic sense (F-6, 16%).