Iwona Kokorniak
Iwona Kokorniak
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A corpus-driven quantitative approach to the construal of Polish
K Krawczak, I Kokorniak
Poznan Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 48 (1), 439-472, 2012
122012
English at: An integrated semantic analysis
I Kokorniak
Peter Lang, 2007
122007
The semasiological structure of Polish myśleć ‘to think’
M Fabiszak, A Hebda, I Kokorniak, K Krawczak
Human Cognitive Processing (HCP), 223, 2014
72014
Grammaticalization of Polish mental predicate prefixes
I Kokorniak, M Fabiszak
Grammaticalization–Theory and Data 162, 109, 2014
12014
The adessive case in Polish: A cognitive perspective on some locative prepositions
I Kokorniak
Poznan Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 45 (3), 369-383, 2009
12009
A quantitative analysis of English and Polish aspectual distinctions: problem solving in data annotation
I Kokorniak
BOOK OF ABSTRACTS, 52, 2019
2019
Expressing i think that in Polish: A search for motivation
I Kokorniak, A Jajko-Siwek
Review of Cognitive Linguistics. Published under the auspices of the Spanish …, 2018
2018
The Meaning of Particle/Prefix Constructions in German
I Kokorniak
COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS 24 (3), 596-603, 2013
2013
Agent or Experiencer? A Search for the Subject Role in the Mental Verb Myśleć'Think'in Polish
I Kokorniak, B Konat
Peter Lang, 2012
2012
WA Friday lunch talks, November 24, 1.30 pm, room 316A, Collegium Novum-Talks by Prof. Ronald Kim and Dr Iwona Kokorniak
I Kokorniak
A corpus-driven quantitative study of think about and its near-synonymous constructions in Polish
K Krawczak, I Kokorniak, A Hebda
The Semasiological Structure of Polish THINK Verbs: A quantitative approach
M Fabiszak, A Hebda, I Kokorniak, K Krawczak
Seminaria licencjackie-studia stacjonarne 2014–2015:: BA Seminars-full-time programme 2014–2015
K Bronk, K Dębowska-Kozłowska, D Drewniak, M Hornsby, I Kokorniak, ...
(Im) perfectivity in Polish: Semantic value in prefixes of two mental verbs
I Kokorniak, K Krawczak
Aspectual distinctions in English and Polish: A strive for reconciliation
I Kokorniak
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