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Issue no. 38

Foreword

Page 7: Following Carl Bache’s Lecture on Hjelmslev. By Cindie Aaen Maagaard (no abstract)

Page 9: ”Tag du bare til EM, Eriksen” – om det eksplicitte Subjekt i den danske imperativsætning. By Thomas Hestbæk Andersen & Alexandra Holsting 

Page 33: Flying kites can be dangerous: A Sydney Realist’s evaluation of post-1970s theories of language. By Philip Bell  

Page 55: Et lille polyfont studie af det franske modalverbum devoir. By Merete Birkelund 

Page 71: Architectural discourse: The material realization of framing and discourse in a university building. By Morten Boeriis & Nina Nørgaard 

Page 101: Grammatical categories in theory and practice: How to capture everything from universals to the difference between zero determiners in Danish and English. By Kasper Boye & Peter Harder 

Page 133: Concepts for reflection and problem-solving: A perspective on Carl Bache's metalanguage for language description and "videnskab". By Steven Breunig 

Page 145: Tense and aspect in English – What did we learn by cooperating? By Niels Davidsen-Nielsen  

Page 161: Semantic coherence in English accusative-with-bare-infinitive constructions. By Kim Ebensgaard 

Page 177: Metaforer som objektive korrelater: skitsering af en idé. By Anders Hougaard (no abstract)  

Page 197: Paradigms – a somewhat neglected grammatical concept. By Lisbeth Falster Jakobsen

Page 219: Pedagogic discourse: Contexts of schooling. By Jim Martin & David Rose  

Page 265: The well-timed speech act: Bourrée for Bache. By Jacob Mey

Page 279: Constructions of English in the Danish corporate context. By Sharon Millar 

Page 301: The stylistic use of prosodic rhythm in African American English. By Rasmus Nielsen 

Page 335: SFL-beskrivelse af tysk. Nogle justeringer og præciseringer. By Uwe Helm Petersen 

Page 369: The wondertale in the workhouse. “Jack the Giant Killer” and the aesthetics of parataxis. By Tom Pettitt 

Page 391: When words fail: On verbal representations of music in literature. By Lars Ole Sauerberg

Page 407: Organisationer som leksikogrammatik. By Flemming Smedegaard 

 

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