|aFostering language teaching efficiency through cognitive linguistics /|cedited by Sabine De Knop, Frank Boers, Antoon De Rycker.
|aBerlin :|bDe Gruyter Mouton,|cc2010.
|axiii, 388 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aApplications of cognitive linguistics ;|v17
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aLanguage in the mind / John Taylor -- Phrasal verbs in EFL course books / Rafael Alejo, Ana Piquer and Guadalupe Reveriego -- Basic-level salience in second language vocabulary acquisition / Xia Xiaoyan and Hans-Georg Wolf -- Does 'chunking' foster chunk-uptake? / Helene Stengers ... [et al.] -- Having many meanings : a corpus study of Spanish EFL writers' construals with 'have' / JoAnne Neff-van Aertselaer and Caroline Bunce -- Seven events in three languages : culture-specific conceptualizations and their implications for FLT / Zhuo Jing-Schmidt -- Canonicity and variation in idiomatic expressions : evidence from business press headlines / Honesto Herrera and Michael White -- The use of metaphor and metonymy in academic and professional discourse and their challenges for learners and teachers of English / Jeannette Littlemore ... [et al.] -- Argument constructions and language processing : evidence from a priming experiment and pedagogical implications / David Eddington and Francisco Ruiz de Mendoza -- Choosing motivated chunks for teaching / Frank Boers, Julie Deconinck and Seth Lindstromberg -- Fostering the acquisition of English prepositions by Japanese learners with networks and prototypes / Kanako Cho -- A prototype approach to auxiliary selection in the Italian 'passato prossimo' / Phillip Hamrick and Salvatore Attardo -- Obstacles to CM-guided L2 idiom interpretation / Ying-Hsueh Hu and Yu-Ying Fong -- Corpus-informed integration of metaphor in materials for the business English classroom / Constanze Juchem-Grundmann and Tina Krennmayr -- Improving word learn-ability with lexical decomposition strategies / Christina Sanchez-Stockhammer -- Cognitive theory as a tool for teaching pronunciation / Helen Fraser.