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/eszem ‘eat.1 sg.indef ’). The -k/-m variation is a bona fide example of variation subject to social awareness in the Hungarian speech community and a perennial topic of metalinguistic debates in stylistics and education ( Kálmán 2010 ). The neutralising -m

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described which are often researched and are accounted for in the present study. These are gender; teaching experience; reading habits; level of education where they teach; and metalinguistic awareness as in subject areas, L2 proficiency level, number of L2s

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manifested in determiner multiplication, change or additional metalinguistic participles, the differences give the result. This means that the standard form of a formula can be compared 1) to its variations or 2) to formulas containing the same determiner

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Tertiary language didactics 2.0

A review of a multilingual didactics approach and its remodeling in the light of empirical research, translanguaging and compétence plurilingue

Hungarian Educational Research Journal
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Sarah Dietrich-Grappin
and
Britta Hufeisen

emergence and development. L3 learners start their learning under specific conditions and have specific areas of potential for activating prior knowledge. Besides their procedural, meta-linguistic and meta-cognitive (i.e. learning strategy-related) prior

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Massachusetts at Amherst. Horn, Laurence R. 1985. Metalinguistic negation and pragmatic ambiguity. In: Language 61: 121–174. Horn L. R. Metalinguistic

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metalinguistic negation, considering the former a special case of the latter ( Delfitto, Melloni & Vender 2019 ). Although expletive negation is attested in Hungarian as well, so far it has received sporadic scholarly attention only. The first to

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linguistic and metalinguistic coverage. The handbook provides a very comprehensive outlook on what syntactic theory is now, and especially, on what it has been in recent decades. I recommend it especially for readers who have some hands-on experience in

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century AD. The probable phonetic spellings emerge in contexts of graphemic instability ad interference, providing clues of some submerged forms. The analyzed corpus has been tagged for both meta-linguistic 11 and extra-lin- guistic aspects. In

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. Ewen , Elizabeth Hume & Keren Rice (eds.), The blackwell companion to phonology , vol. 4 . London : Wiley-Blackwell . 10.1002/9781444335262.wbctp0099 Nevins , Andrew & Bert Vaux . 2003 . Metalinguistic, shmetalinguistic: The phonology

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texts ranges between the 1st century BCE and the 7th century CE. The corpus is provided with extra- and metalinguistic information which allows us to analyze the spelling variants occurring in the inscriptions, with the aim of interpreting them with

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