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English and Italian in the Frame of Genre-based Research and Foreign Language Learning
Ivo Fabijanić, 2020

Opis: The publication focuses on English and Italian in the context of genre-based research in foreign language learning, with five contributions focusing on language, namely the position of abbreviations in the Italian business context, the English language in tertiary education using the LanGuide platform, the compilation of the Shakespeare's Dictionary, the attitude of young learners towards the introduction of the first foreign language and the strategies used in translating administrative texts into a minority language. In her contribution, Lenassi discusses the principle of economy in the language usage in business Italian correspondence, and focuses on the similarities and differences in the use of abbreviations. Kompara Lukančič and Fabijanić present a different approach to learning and teaching foreign languages, and they emphasise the role of language acquisition and multilingualism. Kompara Lukančič also discusses the micro- and macrostructure of the Shakespeare’s Dictionary. In his contribution, Smajla discusses the attitudes of Slovenian language learners to the introduction of the first foreign language. In the last part of the monograph Paolucci writes about his study from 2019 in which he examined source and target-oriented strategies in the translation of normative and informative administrative texts for the Italian minority in Slovenia.
Ključne besede: language learning, first foreign language, legal languages, business communication, lexicography.
Objavljeno: 10.09.2020; Ogledov: 115; Prenosov: 0

Point and find: the intuitive user experience in accessing spatially structured dialect dictionaries
Eveline Wandl-Vogt, 2010, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: This article adresses a long-term project of the “Austrian Academic Dialect Dictionary” the “Wörterbuch der bairischen Mundarten in Österreich (WBÖ / Dictionary of Bavarian dialects in Austria)”. The project Datenbank der bairischen Mundarten (DBÖ / Database of Bavarian dialects in Austria) commenced in 1993 and was aimed at the digitalisation of the archives. In 1998 a rationalisation concept was issued, which targeted the completion of the dictionary in 2020 as a (virtual) unit consisting of the printed dictionary and a complementary database. The project Database of Bavarian dialects in Austria electronically mapped (dbo@ema) has demonstrated how the unification of online dictionaries and source material databases with visual, geo-referenced access applications and so called ‘topographic navigation’ can increase usability and lead to greater interdisciplinary insight.
Ključne besede: linguistics, lexicography, dialects, language mapping
Objavljeno: 05.02.2018; Ogledov: 407; Prenosov: 249
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