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Role of formulaic expressions in grammar and language use

Posted:2018.02.24

Toshihide Nakayama, a member of LingDy3 Project, made a presentation, titled “Role of formulaic expressions in grammar and language use”.

The details are as following:

Date/Time

24 February, 2018 (Sat.) 13:30–18:00

Venue

Room 304, 3F, ILCAA, TUFS (Access)

Program

13:30–13:50
Tomoyuki TSUCHIYA (Kyushu University)
“Issues in memory and production of formulaic expressions revisited”

13:50–14:10
Reijiro SHIBASAKI (Meiji University)
“Preliminary study of predicate-based formulaic expressions: a case of Dooride in Japanese”

14:10–14:30
Daisuke YOKOMORI (Kyushu University)
“Interactional practice on the basis of noun modifying clause constructions”

14:30–15:30
Q&A

15:30–15:50
Fumino HORIUCHI (Keio University)
“Formulaic expressions in mother-child conversation and acquisition of ‘words’”

15:50–16:10
Tsuyoshi ONO (University of Alberta) and Ryoko SUZUKI (Keio University)
“Formulaic expressions in online conversation on scheduling”

16:10–16:30
Toshihide NAKAYAMA (ILCAA)
“Formulaic expression as a locus of dynamic association of form and meaning”

16:30–17:30
Q&A

17:30–18:00
General discussion
(lead by Hiroko TAKANASHI (Japan Women’s University))

Language

Japanese

Admission

Free

Pre-registration

No pre-registration is required.

Organized by

Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (Principal Investigator: Ryoko SUZUKI (Keio University) Research Project Number: 17KT0061)

(Posted 13 February, 2018)

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