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eng Language Borrowing
Bojčić, Ivana; Braović Plavša, Mira
Today many languages are open to the influence of the English language. The process of adaptation is different in various languages. This paper provides an overview of some English words, so called anglicisms, which have entered the Croatian language. Emphasis is laid upon the adaptation of some nouns at three different levels: phonological, morphological and semantic. At every level there are particular tendencies in the Croatian language. Croatian, as a traditionally purist language, has not accepted all foreign models of language passively,...
Hrčak ID: 95813

Krpan, Tomislav
Liburna Vol. 2, No. 1, 2013
Hrčak ID: 118677

eng Lessons to be Learned from Bimodal Bilingualism
Lillo-Martin, Diane; Gagne, Deanna; Chen Pichler, Deborah
Hrvatska revija za rehabilitacijska istraživanja Vol. 58, No. Special Issue, 2022
This article presents a selective overview of topics related to the language experience of early bimodal bilinguals - individuals who are raised from an early age using two languages from two different modalities, typically spoken (or written) and signed. We show that deaf and hearing bimodal bilinguals may display patterns of bilingualism that are similar to unimodal bilinguals in some ways, such as the use of both languages in a single situation or even a single utterance. Nevertheless, there are also differences between bimodal and unimodal...
Hrčak ID: 284338

eng Japanese Attitudes Towards Foreign Languages
Abe, Keiko
Collegium antropologicum Vol. 28 - Supplement 1, No. 1, 2004
The purpose of this study is to clarify Japanese attitudes towards foreign languages based on the kinds and changes of TV and radio programs that aired on the Japanese national broadcasting station (NHK) between 1955 and 2000. Foreign language programs are classified into three groups according to their content: 1) cultivation, 2) education, or 3) communication. For Japanese people, foreign languages are the measures of intelligence and intellect. Studying a foreign language is considered a sign of intelligence whether or not it is used f...
Hrčak ID: 27923

eng The linguistic situation of the Boyash language in Hungary
Orsós, Anna; Gergye, Eszter
This paper provides insight into the current situation of the Boyash language in Hungary. The paper introduces the language policy regarding Boyash language teaching in the country and summarises some of the most important issues that should be addressed to improve the situation and status of this language.
Hrčak ID: 280711

Cigan, Vesna
FIP - Financije i pravo Vol. 1, No. 1, 2013
This article examines the representation of students learning German at higher education institutions in Zagreb. The aim of this research is to describe the share of students learning German and to explore both their motives for choosing a foreign language and their attitudes towards the importance of learning German. The introductory section discusses the importance of learning foreign languages in view of the accession of the Republic of Croatia to the European Union. Plurilingualism and multilingualism are both a goal and a means withi...
Hrčak ID: 155926

Kostić- Bobanović, Moira
The study described in this paper was carried out with the aim of establishing the relationships between self-estimated and actually used language speaking strategies in Business English as a foreign language. The sample consisted of 84 Faculty of Economics and Tourism students who had been studying English for at least 8 years. They were divided in two groups: experimental and control. Students attending the experimental group were taught how to use speaking language learning strategies. Data about their level of awareness to use language le...
Hrčak ID: 3753

eng Cognitive Abilities and Language Comprehension in Preschool Children with Perinatal Brain Lesion
Ivšac Pavliša, Jasmina; Šimleša, Sanja; Ljubešić, Marta
Collegium antropologicum Vol. 35 supplement 1, No. 1, 2011
Perinatal brain lesion is a risk factor for development, making parents of such children particularly worried about consequences it may have on the child’s cognitive and language development. Although literature findings on the outcome of perinatal brain lesion are inconsistent, most of the studies have found a positive general outcome, but also subtle deficits that affect the child’s academic success. Since language comprehension and cognitive abilities influence learning abilities at school, we wanted to know how six-year olds who were select...
Hrčak ID: 64035

eng Utilising Digital Media as a Second Language (L2) Support: a Case Study on Netflix with Translation Applications
Türkmen, Burcu
Netflix, which has been increasing in popularity during recent years and has millions of viewers, is an international platform since it has multicultural films and their translations. Due to the content of TV series, films, documentaries, and various programs on Netflix, it appeals to the young and adult audiences and besides, offers unique options for children. This study aims to argue that the programs on Netflix are supportive, especially in learning and supporting a second foreign language. Second foreign language learning methods an...
Hrčak ID: 255405

hrv Branič jezika standardnoga
eng In Defence of the Standard Language
Matasović, Ranko
Jezik Vol. 67, No. 2-3, 2020
Hrčak ID: 243214