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Angielskie wypowiedzenia z czasownikami 'stanowymi' w czasie teraźniejszym vs. polskie wersje
(Verbum, 2018) Chłopek, Dorota; Akademia Techniczno-Humanistyczna w Bielsku-Białej
The present discourse focuses on English utterances with 'stative' verbs coding present situations. The verbs of interest typically convey 'static' situations. However, in specific circumstances, they can also occur as progressive complex verbs. The context in which 'stative' verbs code the progressive aspect is marked in various ways. The present discussion exposes three types of English 'stative' verbs with the progressive aspect in special interpretations: of 'posture', 'perception', and of 'attitude'. Since the Polish language, having only a general imperfective present tense verb form, does not differentiate between present progressive and present habitual, characteristic or 'stative' situations, Polish learners of English as a foreign language may find it difficult to realize when 'stative' verbs adopt the progressive aspect. Additionally, mechanical translators may mislead them since they may not render properly into English the submitted Polish utterances which invite the progressive aspect in 'stative' verbs, as shown in the examples demonstrated in Part 3. The article has a descriptive character. Its objective is to sensitize Polish learners of English to the said problems.
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Semantyczna trasa z ruchem 'samoistnym' i 'wymuszonym' w konstrukcjach angielskich i polskim przekładzie
(Verbum, 2018) Chłopek, Dorota; Akademia Techniczno-Humanistyczna w Bielsku-Białej
The present paper concentrates on English utterances expressing the semantic Path, in the form of selected con-structions of argument structure by Goldberg (1995, 2006), which contain the dependant element named Oblique, Obl. It occurs in the analyzed examples in English clauses which inform about intransitive motion, about caused motion aimed at a certain location, realized in the VOL type of clauses, with verb, object, and a locative element, and about the so called Way construction with the conative construction. After introducing the reader to the se-mantic components of the Motion event (Talmy, 1972, 1985, 2000a, b), the syntactic types of canonical English clauses are listed, with reference to Langacker's (2012) concept of anchoring, and the path elements are high-lighted. Subsequently, certain corresponding constructions of argument structure are outlined and the four con-structions which code the semantic Path are chosen for demonstration in examples of use in sentences from "The Hobbit" with three versions of Polish renditions, by Skibniewska, Braiter, and Polkowski.
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Koncepcja szkoły w starożytnej Europie
(Verbum, 2010) Mazur, Piotr
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Globalization in Pope John Paul II’s teaching
(Verbum, 2011) Mazur, Piotr