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Journal Details
Format
Journal
eISSN
1338-4287
ISSN
0021-5597
First Published
05 Mar 2010
Publication timeframe
2 times per year
Languages
English

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Volume 62 (2011): Issue 1 (June 2011)

Journal Details
Format
Journal
eISSN
1338-4287
ISSN
0021-5597
First Published
05 Mar 2010
Publication timeframe
2 times per year
Languages
English

Search

8 Articles
Open Access

Diglossia or Functional Bilingualism in the Language Situation of Gypsies in Slovakia and Hungary

Published Online: 25 Nov 2011
Page range: 3 - 18

Abstract

Open Access

Slovak Multext-East Morphology Tagset

Published Online: 25 Nov 2011
Page range: 19 - 39

Abstract

Slovak Multext-East Morphology Tagset

The article presents in short, concise form the The MULTEXT-East morphology tagset as specified for the Slovak language, in the form of MULTEXT-East V3 tables, following the description of other languages present in the MULTEXT-East project. The reasoning behind some of the design choices is explained; the tagset has been influenced by other MULTEXT-East languages and by the morphosyntactic tagset used in the Slovak National Corpus.

Open Access

Triadic Sign

Published Online: 25 Nov 2011
Page range: 41 - 50

Abstract

Open Access

A Masterpiece of the Czech and the World Phraseology (František Čermák and col.: Czech Idion Dictionary Set)

Published Online: 25 Nov 2011
Page range: 51 - 64

Abstract

Open Access

SAICOVÁ ŘÍMALOVÁ, Lucie: Selected Verbs of Movement in the Czech. Study from Cognitive Philology. Acta Universitatis Carolinae - AUC Philologica Monografia 161. Praha: Univerzita Karlova v Praze - Nakladatelství Karolinum 2010. 126pp

Published Online: 25 Nov 2011
Page range: 65 - 70

Abstract

Open Access

EDWARDS, John: Language and Identity. Key Topics in Sociolinguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2009. 314pp

Published Online: 25 Nov 2011
Page range: 70 - 74

Abstract

Open Access

Question of Problem of an Acquisition of a Foreign Language. Král'ová, Zdena: Qualitative Approximation in the system of Slovak and English Short Vowels. Ústí nad Labem: Univerzita J. E. Purkyně 2010. 120 s

Published Online: 25 Nov 2011
Page range: 74 - 76

Abstract

Open Access

BÖHMEROVÁ, Ada: Blending as Lexical Amalgamation and its Onomatological and Lexicographical Status in English and in Slovak. Bratislava: ŠEVT 2010. 152pp

Published Online: 25 Nov 2011
Page range: 77 - 79

Abstract

8 Articles
Open Access

Diglossia or Functional Bilingualism in the Language Situation of Gypsies in Slovakia and Hungary

Published Online: 25 Nov 2011
Page range: 3 - 18

Abstract

Open Access

Slovak Multext-East Morphology Tagset

Published Online: 25 Nov 2011
Page range: 19 - 39

Abstract

Slovak Multext-East Morphology Tagset

The article presents in short, concise form the The MULTEXT-East morphology tagset as specified for the Slovak language, in the form of MULTEXT-East V3 tables, following the description of other languages present in the MULTEXT-East project. The reasoning behind some of the design choices is explained; the tagset has been influenced by other MULTEXT-East languages and by the morphosyntactic tagset used in the Slovak National Corpus.

Open Access

Triadic Sign

Published Online: 25 Nov 2011
Page range: 41 - 50

Abstract

Open Access

A Masterpiece of the Czech and the World Phraseology (František Čermák and col.: Czech Idion Dictionary Set)

Published Online: 25 Nov 2011
Page range: 51 - 64

Abstract

Open Access

SAICOVÁ ŘÍMALOVÁ, Lucie: Selected Verbs of Movement in the Czech. Study from Cognitive Philology. Acta Universitatis Carolinae - AUC Philologica Monografia 161. Praha: Univerzita Karlova v Praze - Nakladatelství Karolinum 2010. 126pp

Published Online: 25 Nov 2011
Page range: 65 - 70

Abstract

Open Access

EDWARDS, John: Language and Identity. Key Topics in Sociolinguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2009. 314pp

Published Online: 25 Nov 2011
Page range: 70 - 74

Abstract

Open Access

Question of Problem of an Acquisition of a Foreign Language. Král'ová, Zdena: Qualitative Approximation in the system of Slovak and English Short Vowels. Ústí nad Labem: Univerzita J. E. Purkyně 2010. 120 s

Published Online: 25 Nov 2011
Page range: 74 - 76

Abstract

Open Access

BÖHMEROVÁ, Ada: Blending as Lexical Amalgamation and its Onomatological and Lexicographical Status in English and in Slovak. Bratislava: ŠEVT 2010. 152pp

Published Online: 25 Nov 2011
Page range: 77 - 79

Abstract

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