Vigo International Journal of Applied Linguistics VIAL

Contents of Number 15, Year 2018:

* Ser and estar from the Cognitive Grammar perspective. Alejandro Castañeda Castro. Universidad de Grananda, Spain: 9-46. Abstract

* Naming in the language of the street. Vivian Cook. Newcastle University. U.K.: 47-66. Abstract

* Interpreting meaning in police interviews: Applied Language Typology in a Forensic Linguistics context. Luna Filipović and Alberto Hijazo-Gascón. University of East Anglia Norwich, U.K.: 67-104. Abstract

* A framework of analysis for the evaluation of automatic term extractors. Carlos Periñán-Pascual (1) and Ricardo Mairal-Usón. (1) Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain. (2) UNED, Madrid, Spain.: 105-125. Abstract

* The voices of John Phillips and John Stevens through the paratexts of the translations of Don Quijote and of Spanish chronicles of the conquest. Roberto A. Valdeón. Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China. University of Massachussetts:, U.S.A. University of the Free State, South Africa: 127-144. Abstract

* Can phonological awareness predict concurrent reading outcomes in deep orthography? Mila Vulchanova (1) and Ammara Farukh (1,2). (1) Department of Language and Literature and Language Acquisition and Language Processing Lab, NTNU, Norway. (2) English Linguistics, University of Education, Lahore, Pakistan: 145-166. Abstract