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2016-02-04 • Linguistics • ISO reference
The article reviews the book Encyklopedie spících jazyků (Nový Bor: Cadorini Giorgio – Albis, 2016) compiled by Miroslav Černý.
[A. V. Frič and His Amerindian Languages]
2014-11-13 • Linguistics • ISO reference
On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the death of Alberto Vojtěch Frič, a prominent Czech traveler, ethnographer, and botanist, the article presents a few notes on the present-day language situation in Paraguay, a South American country Frič loved most.
An appendix to FSPML 1.0 with examples of FSP markup and a concise overview of tags, attributes and values in FSPML 1.0 Strict.
An appendix to FSPML 1.0 with examples of FSP markup and a concise overview of tags, attributes and values in FSPML 1.0 Transitional.
An appendix to FSPML 1.0 with examples of FSP markup and a concise overview of tags, attributes and values in FSPML 1.0 Loose.
2014-01-13 • Linguistics • ISO reference
The article presents a bibliography of Professor Aleš Svoboda (1941-2010), a foremost Czech Anglicist and general linguist, and a lead investigator of the theory of Functional Sentence Perspective. The bibliography was compiled and published on the occasion of the first decade of the existence of the online journal philologica.net.
Testing Semantic Homogeneity of the Rhematic Track Through Parallel Annotation of Information Structure (A Case Study in FSP Potentiality)
2013-12-30 • Linguistics • ISO reference
The article presents the results of a short parallel analysis of information structure of a stretch of an English folk tale. The analysis, carried out within the framework of functional sentence perspective (FSP), was designed in order to verify a claim made about the rhematic track (layer) of the stretch by Jan Firbas in a paper published in 1981, and was oriented towards finding a degree of annotator agreement in places of FSP potentiality. The results seem to confrm Firbas’s claim that a reader's awareness of the phenomenon of semantic homogeneity may contribute to a more accurate reading of the message of the text.
[The Ninetieth Anniversary of Professor Jan Firbas' Birth]
2011-12-23 • Linguistics • ISO reference
The article is an expanded version of the article ‛Aktuální členění stále aktuální, zejména zásluhou významného brněnského anglisty [The FSP Theory remains relevant thanks to mainly a renown Brno Anglicist]’ that appeared in the Vol.44/No.2/2011 edition of UNIVERSITAS (ISSN 1211-3387) to commemorate the ninetieth anniversary of Professor Jan Firbas' birth.
[A reminiscence of an exceptionally dynamic theme]
2011-04-02 • Linguistics • ISO reference
Published on the occasion of what would have been his 70th birthday, the article recounts the most important milestones in the academic career of Professor Aleš Svoboda, a prominent Czech Anglicist and researcher in the theory of Functional Sentence Perspective.
[Miroslav Černý - Homo Loquens: Selected Chapters from Linguistic Anthropology (book review)]
2010-06-10 • Linguistics • ISO reference
The article reviews the book Vybrané kapitoly z lingvistické antropologie by Miroslav Černý, which attempts to introduce students to linguistic anthropology, an interdisciplinary field, which studies the relationship between language and culture.
2009-11-07 • Linguistics • ISO reference
The present paper offers a brief overview of theories on production, storage and comprehension of idiomatic expressions and emphasizes the relative position of these expressions on the interface of grammar and lexicon.
2009-03-08 • Linguistics • ISO reference
The article presents a selective overview of functional and pragmatic differences between idiomatic and ‘single words’ expressions. The author focuses on differences in stylistic and cultural values, semantic implicatures, and effects on facilitation and organization of communication.
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