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Conceptualization of motion in communicative space in English

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The study of space and motion in space as well as its further verbalization remains one of the topical issues of present-day linguistic research, though motion in personal space still needs a more detailed analysis. This paper analyzes English verbalization of movement in communicative space from a cognitive linguistic perspective. It aims at revealing specific features of the constructions under study by applying such a theoretical tool of cognitive linguistics as image schemas.

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German causative events with placement verbs

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The elusive ellipsis – the complex history of a vague grammatical concept in need of empirical grounding

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Meta-parody in contemporary Russian media: viewpoint blending behind Dmitry Bykov’s 2009 poem “Infectious”

approach to a multifaceted phenomenon (Applications of cognitive linguistics, 21). Feyaerts, K., Veale T. & Forceville C. (eds.). Berlin-New York: Mouton de Gruyter, p. 293-310. Cap, P. (2014). Expanding CDS methodology by cognitive-pragmatic tools: proximization theory and public space discourses. In Contemporary studies in critical discourse analysis. Hart, C. & Cap, P. (eds.). London: Bloomsbury, p. 189-210. Cavanagh, C. (2010). Lyric poetry and modern politics: Russia, Poland, and the West. New Haven and London: Yale University Press

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Cognitive and semiotic dimensions of paradoxicality in contemporary American poetic discourse

? Mobility as an ideology. In Cultures of mobilities: Everyday life, communication and politics: Materials of 2010C-MUS conference, Aalborg, Denmark, October 27-29, p. 25-27. Morozova, O. (2017). Monomodal and multimodal instantiations of conceptual metaphors of Brexit. In Lege artis. Language yesterday, today, tomorrow. The journal of University of SS Cyril and Methodius in Trnava . Warsaw: De Gruyter Open, II (2), December 2017, p. 250-283. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/lart-2017-0017 Nørgaard, N. (2010). Multimodality: Extending the stylistic tool-kit. In

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