Rola spójników w strukturze tekstu mówionego : analiza statystyczna
xmlui.dri2xhtml.METS-1.0.item-citation: Zeszyty Naukowe. Uniwersytet Gdański. Filologia Polska. Prace Językoznawcze. Nr 16 (1992), s. 273-279
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This 16 fascicle of the Papers of the Linguistics Department of the University of Gdańsk has been devoted to prof. dr hab. Ludwik Wierzbowski on the occasion of his 65-th birthday. At the beginning, therefore, his pupils B. Rocławski and E. Breza have discussed his life and variety of achievements; there has been inserted as well a bibliography of the celebrators works and the names of the B.Sc-s promoted by him. The authors, who have dedicated their works to the celebrator, consider: M. Bańko the numeric data in the Polish-English vocabulary minimum; J. Bień - the conception of the letter; M. Biolik - the derivativc of the names of seven bodies of water near Elbląg that are of a difficult and complicated ethymology; A. Bochnakowa - XVIII century French-Latin-Polish dictionary elaborated by Kola (Kola in the nominative); E. Breza - the Pomeranian name Cherek or Herek (and similar variants), derived either from the name Hieronim or from the common word cherek „an ill man”; J. Bukowski - linguistics problems connected with machine translation; E. Czerniakowska - Cashubian names for the willow tree (Salix fragilis) in E. G. Mrongowiusz’s dictionaries; W. Iwicki - dimunitive names among the inhabitants Baborowo, the Opole district; W. Gruszczyński - order of entries in grammar dictionaries on the example of the Rumanian language; E. Jakus-Borkowa - ethnic name with the suffix - any in western Slovania; U. Kęsik- names of places of cult in K. Przerwa-Tetmajer’s poetry; B. Kreja - the base and geography of Polish local names ending with the sauffix - nik; J. Maćkiewicz - area on which there occur certain internationalisms; B. Mossakowska - names ending with the suffix - ak in Blichowo, the Płock district from XVII - XIX c.; R. Pawłowska - a grammatic and semantic analyses of the sentence „Jan pożyczył książkę Ewie”, B. Rocławski - a comparison of the phonetics of the Polish and Esperanto languages; E. Rogowska - several botanical names in the plural, treating the botanical name as the result of pluralizing (type łza - łzy' śnieguliczka, Symphoricarpos albus); Z. Saloni - description of the Polish declenstion of the adjective; W. P. Schmid - ethymology of the ethnic name of Kurowie (≤ praindoeur - core = kṛ s, “biec, Latin - curro"); G. Surma - historical and contemporary names of the village population in the Opoczyn district; B. Szczepińska - gender indicating variations in the language of her own 2,5 years old daughter; J. Treder - ethymology of the names of small Cashubian regions „so called”choronyms”); Zabory: beyond the forest (Tuchola forests), Krubany: kurhan „a clay pot” and Gachy, name of a person Gach; M. Zarębina - the role of conjunctions in the structure of a spoken text, establishing the so-called rank of many Polish conjunctions.