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STUDIES IN ENGLISH LINGUISTICS AND LITERATURE No. 12

Japanese Version

STUDIES
IN
ENGLISH LINGUISTICS AND LITERATURE
No. 12  2002

CONTENTS

Articles

Ranges of Meaning: A Comparison of Japanese Post-positions and English Prepositions through Error Analysis―TEFL Foundation for Advanced Studies on International Development Tokyo, Japan―   Christopher A. HOSKINS 1
How America Reported 9.11   Shigeyuki SUZUKI 17
A View to the Relationship between the Methods of Teaching English and the Recent Findings concerning Functions of Brain―Read-and-Look Up Shadowing Technique Based on Two Inner Criteria: Grammar-Analysis Ability Formed through the Grammar-Translation Method; and English-Sound-Analysis Ability Formed through Using Special English Phonetic Tables, is Reviewed in Connection with 1he Recent Findings concerning Functions of Brain―   Kikujirou ISHII 31
On the Meaning and Function of Negatives   Nobuyuki MATSUKURA 61
Mu Dan’s Sonnet―On “The Presence of Wisdom”   Tsukasa NIIBORI 75
A Study of the Cat and the American Wife in “Cat in the Rain”   Yuka BEPPU 93
The Life of Fiction   Mario NAGATANI 103
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