10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «IDIOLECTAL»
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Linguistics: An Introduction to Language and Communication
The language of a particular individual is referred to as that person's idiolect (see
chapter 7), and it is clear that the idiolectal meaning of a word can differ from one
person to another (even among people who can be said to speak the same ...
Traditional Oral Epic: The Odyssey, Beowulf, and the ...
table 20. Idiolectal and Dialectal Phrases for Time pattern [x] bijela dana helps to
characterize the individual singer; for Kukuruzovic the number is always three, for
Bajgoric always two. In fact, some other analogous phrases for duration of time, ...
Orality, Literacy and Performance in the Ancient World: ...
In sum, previous scholarship on verbal art suggests that a performer
demonstrates competence by modulating between the idiolectal and the shared.
We are also reminded that in many cases an audience pays close attention to the
The Translator As Communicator
The two axes overlap in the sense that, if idiolectal occurrences happen to be
short-lived, they will also tend to be afunctional (a category which would include
instances of the person-or grouporiented idiosyncracies discussed above). But it
Basil Hatim, Ian Mason, 2005
Syntax and Variation: Reconciling the Biological and the Social
CHAPTER. 5. Idiolectal. variation. and. syntactic. theory. Alison Henry University
of Ulster at Jordanstown 1. Introduction The early years of work on generative
grammar (see, for example, Chomsky 1957, 1965) focussed on identifying the ...
Leonie Elise Alexandra Cornips, Karen P. Corrigan, 2005
Speech Errors as Linguistic Evidence
Let us call this new mechanism IDIOLECTAL DIVERGENCE: the speaker is
speaking in full accord with his own linguistic repertory, but on the particular point
his idiolect differs from general usage. If blending is involved in idiolectal
Victoria A. Fromkin, 1984
Pidgins and Creoles: Current Trends and Prospects
The safest theoretical assumption is that idiolectal rules and communal rules
belong to entirely different systems. This was the widely-accepted position taken
by Klima (1904), who called his inter-idiolectal statements 'extension rules' and ...
David De Camp, Ian F. Hancock, 1974
Language in African urban contexts: a contribution to the ...
As mentioned above, the observed phenomena are not new; they have been
described by linguists and explained in terms of language change and idiolectal
variations. The phenomenon of idiolectal variation, which is basically found in all
Gudrun Miehe, Jonathan Owens, Manfred von Roncador, 2007
Language Contact in South Central Siberia
Rather, the 'basic' structure of a bilingual speech variety like Abakan Khakas is a
dynamic, composite amalgamation of features of heterogenous origin selected
on an individual, idiolectal level from a pool that includes, with ever-increasing ...
Gregory D. S. Anderson, 2005
Describing and Modeling Variation in Grammar
Let us now consider the idiolectal variability in three-verb clusters in Heerlen
Dutch. I focus on two types of three-verb clusters, namely the MOD–MOD– VInf
and the MOD–AUX–VPart as illustrated in (8a) and (8b), respectively. In doing so,
Andreas Dufter, Jürg Fleischer, Guido Seiler, 2009
4 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «IDIOLECTAL»
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Brother From Another Planet
... the language of motion pictures more subjectively, which is to say with greater impenetrable eloquence or idiolectal distinction than Godard. «The Nation., Feb 15»
Do Languages Exist?
One alternative to the idiolectal view sees a language as a social convention. Much inspiration for this view comes from the writings of the American philosopher ... «Philosophy Now, Jan 14»
My Life Is A Lie: We've Been Saying Khaleesi Wrong and Other …
... who plays Kraznys and speaks Low Valyrian, “He tends to devoice a lot of the fricatives, but I take that purely as an idiolectal variant. «The Mary Sue, Apr 13»
STERN: The grammarian's manifesto
... slippery slope to idiolectal anarchy. Grammar governs the way we speak, so we couldn't communicate without it. And that's absolutely true. «Yale Daily News, Apr 12»