日本英語学会 THE ENGLISH LINGUISTIC SOCIETY OF JAPAN

The ELSJ 14th International Spring Forum 2021―Handouts


 

Saturday, May 8

【Guest Lecture 1(13:25-14:10)】

[G-1] Yusuke Kubota (National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics)
To Move or Not to Move: Some Consequences of a Logical Analysis of the English Auxiliary System

 

【Session 1(14:25-15:35)】

[1-1] Chiu-ching Tseng (George Mason University)
An Investigation of Second Language Perception of English Word-Boundary by Mandarin Learners of English

[1-2] Lee Kyoung-Nam (Kangwon National University; Guest Speaker from the English Linguistic Society of Korea)
A Discussion of Grammatical Indeterminacy from a Pedagogical Perspective

【Session 2(14:25-15:35)】

[2-1] Yuya Sakumoto (Kyushu University)
A Movement Analysis for Split Control

[2-2] Mina Sugimura and Yoichi Miyamoto (Ritsumeikan University and Osaka University)
On the Location of Nominative Objects: Focus Movement-based Approach

 

【Session 3(15:50-17:00)】

[3-1] Piotr Twardzisz (University of Warsaw)
A Comparative Analysis of Frequency Lists of Derived Words across Specialist Varieties of Written English

[3-2] Magdalena Jelińska and Michał B. Paradowski (University of Warsaw)
Language Teachers’ and Learners’ Transition to Emergency Remote Instruction

 

【Guest Lecture 2(17:15-18:00)】

[G-2] Yoshiki Nishimura (The University of Tokyo)
Metonymy in Grammar Revisited

 

 

Sunday, May 9

【Session 4(10:00-11:10)】

[4-1] Charlie Siu (Sun Yat-Sen University)
Not-exactly: A Challenge for the QUD-based Approach to Imprecision

[4-2] Takashi Ishida and Ryohei Naya (University of Tsukuba)
Why Does Contrast Allow Relational Adjectives to Be Used Predicatively?: A Qualia Structure-based Account

【Session 5(10:00-11:10)】

[5-1] Xiao-Shi Qiu and Hideki Maki (Gifu University)

What Does Azeri Suggest for Refining Conditions on Genitive Subject Licensing?

[5-2] Norio Suzuki (Kobe Shinwa Women’s University (former professor))
Monadic Concepts for Maximalizing Relative Constructions as Generalized Quantification

 

【Session 6(11:25-12:35)】

[6-1] Saartje Ghillebaert and Klaas Willems (Ghent University)
Distinguishing Obligatory and Non-obligatory Grammatical Categories with Regard to ‘Thinking for Speaking’

[6-2] Yuko Mizuno (National Institute of Technology, Asahikawa College)
A Corpus-based Analysis of Independent Although and Though Clauses: Their Commonalities and Differences

【Session 7(11:25-12:35)】
[7-1] Junichi Toyota (Osaka City University)
Ethical Dative in Forming the Get-Passive

 

【Poster Session(13:30-14:30)】

[P-1] Amanda Brown and Hanxiao Yan (Syracuse University)

Motion-event Typology and Scene Setting in English, Japanese, and Mandarin 

[P-2] Asuka Isono (Kyushu Sangyo University)
Pro-form no in Japanese

[P-3] Kaori Furuya (University of North Texas)
Reconsideration of Japanese Right Dislocation Constructions (RDCs) in Comparison with Germanic Languages 

[P-4] Tsutomu Iwamiya (Osaka University)
The Gap Use of By with Compound Verbs 

 

【Guest Lecture 3(14:45-15:30)】

[G-3] Koichi Nishida (Yamaguchi Prefectural University)
Remarks on the Partial Pronominal Use of Proverbs in English and the “Simulation Effects” of Generic Pronouns and Clausal Generic Expressions