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imagery meaningfulness and familiarity in L2 vocabulary produced by Chinese EFL learners in


WECCL The following patterns were found from freshmen to seniors 1 concreteness and imagery
of L2 vocabulary underwent a decline 2 meaningfulness also proved to be on the decline but
not in a significant manner and 3 familiarity of words declined first but bounced back from
sophomores onwards The study indicates and reaffirms the feasibility of MRC database in L2
vocabulary research and also introduces a different perspective from which research on L2
vocabulary can be carried out anew
Expectation markers in contrast A combined corpus approach by Wang Yanwei p182
Expectation markers play a significant role in evidentiality as well as pragmatic markers This
paper attempts to explore the cross-linguistic correspondence relations and some factors for
imbalanced inter-translatability across English expectation markers actually really and in fact and
their Chinese counterparts and by combining a parallel corpus with two
comparable corpora By adopting such combined approach this study has the following findings
1 distinctive pictures emerge as to correspondence relations in that the semantic fields of expectation
markers overlap in varied degrees 2 expectation markers display imbalanced strength of inter translatability 3 results of Chi-square tests vary depending on the departing point of language and
4 collocation features semantic mapping and pragmatic uses are the most likely factors for such
imbalance
A corpus-based study of the use of stance expressions in English research article manuscripts by
Chinese EFL learners by Wang Min and Liu Ding p190
This paper reports on a corpus-based study of the differences between advanced Chinese EFL
learners and discipline experts in the use of stance expressions in research papers and it examines the
factors affecting learner use Results show that the frequencies of the individual stance expressions in
Chinese learners writing and expert writing vary though the total numbers of these expressions do
not differ significantly It is also found that Chinese learners use of stance expressions is primarily
affected by input frequency but the frequency effect is mediated by the pragmatic function and the
formal structure of the expressions The findings are discussed in light of the complexity theory and
the usage-based theory of language acquisition
Directional effects on disfluencies in consecutive interpreting by Fu Rongbo p198
Fluency is commonly accepted as a reference criterion in assessing an interpreter s interpreting
competence Based on a taxonomy of three components i e ungrammatical pauses repeats and
repairs this paper presents a quantitative analysis of trainee interpreters output Results show
significant directional impact on their production of disfluencies However statistics of different
components reveals some language-specific but inconsistent correlations between directionality and
fluency specifically when interpreters are unequally proficient in the two working languages Even
though the study tackles the issue at hand it fails to generate unanimous evidence to corroborate the
hypothesis that output is more fluent in an interpreter s mother tongue than in the foreign language
A review of L2 pragmatic instructions abroad by Lu Jiawei p206
Whether and how instruction contributes to L2 learners pragmatic development has aroused
increasing interest among foreign language educators A large body of literature has theoretically or
empirically examined the effects of different instructional approaches and demonstrated the necessity
of special pragmatic instructions and the teachability of pragmatic features Focusing on three basic
issues concerning pragmatic instructions namely the necessity and feasibility of instructions the
teaching content and the instructional approach this article reviews 83 studies conducted abroad
during 19802012 and then provides some suggestions for the current pragmatic instructions in China