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Revealing the anthropocentric nature of language and the theory of the living word in the interpretation of the concepts vidieť ‘see’, vedieť ‘know’ and veriť ‘believe’ in the Slovak language

Konštantína Filozofa. KRÁLIK, Ľ., 2015. Stručný etymologický slovník slovenčiny [The concise etymological dictionary of Slovak]. Bratislava: VEDA. KUBRYAKOVA, E. S., DEMYANKOV, V. Z., PANKRATS, JU. G. and LUZINA, L. G.,1996. Kratkij slovar kognitivnych terminov [The concise dictionary of cognitive terms]. Moskwa: Filologicheskiy fakultet MGU im. M.V. Lomonosova. KUBRYAKOVA, E. S., 1997. Kratkiy slovar kognitivnich terminov [The concise dictionary of cognitive terms]. Moskwa: Filologicheskiy fakultet MGU im. M.V. Lomonosova

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Slovak students’ comprehension of English figurative idioms containing body parts

cultures. Berlin, New York: Mouton de Gruyter. SKOUFAKI, S., 2009. Investigating the source of idiom transparency intuitions. Metaphor and Symbol, vol. 24, no. 1, pp. 20 – 41. SMIEŠKOVÁ, E.,1984. Názvy častí tela v lexikálnom zložení slovenských frazeologizmov. Kultúra slova, vol.18, no.3, pp.79 – 85. SOTÁK, M., 1989. Slovný fond slovenských a ruských frazém. Bratislava: SPN. TITONE, D.A. and CONNINE, C.M., 1994. Descriptive norms for 171 idiomatic expressions: familiarity, compositionality, predictability and literality. Metaphor and Symbolic

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Acquisition of meaning in bilingual children: Interference, translation and errors

later talker who is bilingual. In: L. Rescorla and P. Dale, eds., Late talkers: Language development, interventions, and outcomes . Baltimore MD: Paul Brookes, pp. 67-87. Smetanová, E., 2017. Možnosti využitia niektorých kultúrnych a sociologických aspektov pri vyučovaní cudzieho jazyka. In: Lančarič, D., ed. Jazykovedné, literárnovedné a didaktické kolokvium XLIII. Linguistic, literary and didactic colloquium XLIII . Bratislava: ZF Lingua, pp. 42-49. Taeschner, T., 1983. The sun is feminine: A study on language acquisition in bilingual children

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Development of directives in child language: A case study of Czech

of a Dutch speaking young child. Journal of Pragmatics, vol. 44, pp. 83–103. KAPALKOVÁ, S. et al., 2010. Hodnotenie komunikačných schopností detí v ranom veku. Bratislava: Slovenská asociácia logopédov. MacWHINNEY, B. – SNOW, C., 1985. The Child language data exchange system. Journal of Child Language, vol. 13, pp. 271–296. OHNESORG. K., 1948. Fonetická studie o dětské řeči. Praha: FF UK. OHNESORG. K., 1959. Druhá fonetická studie o dětské řeči. Brno: FF Universita v Brně. PAČESOVÁ, J., 1968. The development of Vocabulary in the Child

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A cross cultural analysis of conjuncts as indicators of the interaction and negotiation of meaning in research articles

., 1999. Longman grammar of spoken and written English. London: Longman. CHAMONIKOLASOVÁ, J., 2005. Comparing the structures of academic texts written in English and Czech. In: M. Huttová, ed. Slovak studies in English 1. Bratislava: Comenius University, pp. 77-84. ČMEJRKOVÁ, S. and DANEŠ, F., 1997. Academic writing and cultural identity: The case of Czech academic writing. In: A. Duszak, ed. Culture and styles of academic discourse. Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter. pp. 40-62. DONTCHEVA-NAVRATILOVA, O., 2007. On

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Functions of Expressions of Futurality in Professional Economic Texts

, 1997. Print. Mikuláš, Martin. “Constructions Expressing Futurality in Professional Economic Texts.” Kvalita jazykoveho vzdelavania na univerzitach v Europe V. Ed. Helena Šajgalikova and Svatava Šimkova. Bratislava: Ekonom, 2014. 95-113. Print. ---. Pragmatic and Stylistic Aspects of Expressions of Futurality in Professional Economic Texts and Their Didactic Consequences. Dissertation. Praha: PedF UK, 2015. Print. Quirk, Randolph et al. A Comprehensive Grammar of the English Language. London: Longman, 1985. Print

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