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    H.M. Batibo and Marie-Françoise Rombi have reflected upon the evolution of Na in Bantu Languages and have brought their research to light in the latest volume of LiBRI journal. The link word na in Bantu …
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LiBRI: The Dynamism of Free Combinations Concerning a Part of Speech: The Adjective in French

This paper is related to peculiar aspects of French grammar, namely the adjectival behaviour along its evolution from free combinations. The analysis starts from the status of the adjective as modifier of a noun to the one of being a modifier of itself (nominalization), to verbal modifier. The author of this paper, Daniela Bordea, provides linguists and grammarians with a careful study of the values of the adjective, from the so called free combinations to free forms. Also, there is defined and explained the adjectival release process followed by the analysis of the characteristics and values of the adjectival release placed in contrast with those of the adjective in free combination.

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    Nadia-Nicoleta Morărașu and Luminița Drugă acknowledge not only the importance and utility of technical translation, but also the risks that this transfer of meaning imply if the translation is not accurate. The two authors aim at clearly establishing the hazards implied by an excessive usage of technical jargon, the evaluation of specific risks and the proposal of certain precaution measures. Risk-assessment is considered to belong both to technical jargon and business speak and it is identified as a five-stage process including: identifying the hazards; identifying who may be harmed and the type of harms; evaluating the risks and deciding on…
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  • 86
    Constance Cartmill presents in this paper a deep and careful analysis of the great and impressive work of Madame Roland during the reign of terror of the French Revolution. She wrote about her struggle, pain, and early memories while waiting to be murdered. Her memoires are divided into sections and fragments that were saved from anonymity by her friends. In one part of her text she emphasises the role of she and her husband during the first year of Revolution up to her arrest. There she wrote about the major events of the French Revolution and the personalities of great…
    Tags: libri, literature, news, students, flescan, alexandra, education, edusoft, iuliana, broad
  • 84
    A novel such as “Nineteen Eighty-Four” has determined critics to never stop analysing in as many angles as possible this masterpiece, so as to reveal the most profound meanings that George Orwell wanted to transmit at that time. Besides the first literary layer that may be observed by readers, namely the political one, the two authors of this article, Nabil A. Jalil and Arbaayah Ali Termizi, discover a hidden side of this great novel: the philosophical one. The actions of Winston, the main character, follow a similar path that Jean-Paul Sartre and Albert Camus developed in their philosophical discourse concerning…
    Tags: libri, literature, news, students, flescan, alexandra, curiosities, education, iuliana, broad
  • 75
    The explanation of the relationship between metacognitive strategies, learner characteristics and willingness to communicate is a highly important aspect when speaking about foreign language teaching and learning processes. Considering this, Gholam-Reza Abbasian and Bahareh Hoodin Shad, carried out a study concerning the interaction between these elements and their possible influence in teaching and learning English as a foreign language. First to be discussed are the learning strategies as they are placed at the basis of a successful learning and, according to O’Malley and Chamot they are divided into three main categories: cognitive, metacognitive and social/affective. Ridley, et al. insist on…
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LiBRI: Risk-Assessment for Stylistic Problems in Writing and Translating Technical Texts

Nadia-Nicoleta Morărașu and Luminița Drugă acknowledge not only the importance and utility of technical translation, but also the risks that this transfer of meaning imply if the translation is not accurate. The two authors aim at clearly establishing the hazards implied by an excessive usage of technical jargon, the evaluation of specific risks and the proposal of certain precaution measures.

Risk-assessment is considered to belong both to technical jargon and business speak and it is identified as a five-stage process including: identifying the hazards; identifying who may be harmed and the type of harms; evaluating the risks and deciding on precautions; recording findings and implementing them; reviewing assessment and updating if necessary. Then, the two professors attempt to transfer these concepts into the field of language studies so as to perform a reliable risk-assessment for technical writing and, subsequently, for technical translation.

Steps involved in risk-assessment
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    This paper is related to peculiar aspects of French grammar, namely the adjectival behaviour along its evolution from free combinations. The analysis starts from the status of the adjective as modifier of a noun to the one of being a modifier of itself (nominalization), to verbal modifier. The author of this paper, Daniela Bordea, provides linguists and grammarians with a careful study of the values of the adjective, from the so called free combinations to free forms. Also, there is defined and explained the adjectival release process followed by the analysis of the characteristics and values of the adjectival release…
    Tags: libri, flescan, literature, news, students, alexandra, iuliana, curiosities, education, edusoft
  • 83
    Constance Cartmill presents in this paper a deep and careful analysis of the great and impressive work of Madame Roland during the reign of terror of the French Revolution. She wrote about her struggle, pain, and early memories while waiting to be murdered. Her memoires are divided into sections and fragments that were saved from anonymity by her friends. In one part of her text she emphasises the role of she and her husband during the first year of Revolution up to her arrest. There she wrote about the major events of the French Revolution and the personalities of great…
    Tags: writing, libri, literature, news, students, flescan, alexandra, education, edusoft, iuliana
  • 81
    The explanation of the relationship between metacognitive strategies, learner characteristics and willingness to communicate is a highly important aspect when speaking about foreign language teaching and learning processes. Considering this, Gholam-Reza Abbasian and Bahareh Hoodin Shad, carried out a study concerning the interaction between these elements and their possible influence in teaching and learning English as a foreign language. First to be discussed are the learning strategies as they are placed at the basis of a successful learning and, according to O’Malley and Chamot they are divided into three main categories: cognitive, metacognitive and social/affective. Ridley, et al. insist on…
    Tags: alexandra, flescan, news, students, iuliana, edusoft, broad, curiosities, education, b.r.a.i.n
  • 81
    A novel such as “Nineteen Eighty-Four” has determined critics to never stop analysing in as many angles as possible this masterpiece, so as to reveal the most profound meanings that George Orwell wanted to transmit at that time. Besides the first literary layer that may be observed by readers, namely the political one, the two authors of this article, Nabil A. Jalil and Arbaayah Ali Termizi, discover a hidden side of this great novel: the philosophical one. The actions of Winston, the main character, follow a similar path that Jean-Paul Sartre and Albert Camus developed in their philosophical discourse concerning…
    Tags: libri, literature, news, students, flescan, alexandra, curiosities, education, iuliana, broad

LiBRI: The Evolution of Na in Bantu Languages

H.M. Batibo and Marie-Françoise Rombi have reflected upon the evolution of Na in Bantu Languages and have brought their research to light in the latest volume of LiBRI journal.
The link word na in Bantu languages has been identified as one of the forms inherited from the ancestral language, commonly known as Proto-Bantu (Guthrie, 1971; Greenberg,1948; Meeussen, 1969). This form has been reconstructed in Proto-Bantu with the meaning of “and” and “with”.
The two functions of na in Proto-Bantu
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  • 75
    Baghli Asmaa is bringing to light a new discussion in LiBRI journal: On Studying Teacher's Self Esteem Based on Revised Janis Scale Application. An actual and controversial research that brings out some intensely sought answers regarding a simple but misterious dilemma in the teaching career. Self-esteem is one of the most pertinent notions that has enjoyed a long period of interest. Researchers’ findings on self-esteem posit that a healthy level of self-esteem usually results in positive outcomes and reflects on behaviours, performances and even personal handwriting. Thus, the current paper highlights the eminence of self-esteem for foreign/second language teachers. It…
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  • 75
    LiBRI is an international journal for specialists in linguistics, literature, cultural studies, and related fields. Paul Rastall is contributing with a research in the latest volume of the LiBRI journal: Questioning Communication Models and Constructs - Qualitative Distinctions. Focal issues in linguistics and semiotics can be tended to through reflection on the basic ideas in models and develops. General models or builds don't generally fit specific occurrences of their application. General models are helpful, however subjective and ontological contrasts are given lacking consideration. Some key models and builds are considered. Subjective contrasts in a few measurements are acquainted and connected…
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  • 73
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