language creativity


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(Posting on works on building blocks of language, creative language, or collocation; by one NEB; related link available here http://nasbat-english.com/2015/04/citing-your-own-works-or-writings/) As far as building blocks of language, creative language, or collocation are concerned, there are 5 papers I have presented, the mode being that the latest work presented builds on […]

Works on Building Blocks of Language, Creative Language, or Collocation


(A presentation paper originally; by one NEB; left as such; Powerpoint slides available here http://www.slideshare.net/Tonifantoni/presentation-at-lia-intl-conference-2015-yogya) I. Introduction There exist various aspects of students’ English which have been investigated: vocabulary, pronunciation, reading comprehension, etc. One aspect which is huge and which remains a good topic to research is their building blocks […]

Students’ ‘Creative Language’ in Action: To What Extent Is ...


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(Posting tentang bahasa kreatif dan contoh (salah) kasus penggunaannya; oleh seorang NEB) Bahasa kreatif (creative language) yang berkontribusi kepada pembentukan kolokasi (collocations) atau frasa tetap (fixed phrases) memang bisa berarti bahasa yang kita kreasikan (create) sendiri pada tingkat frasa atau kalimat yang orang lain boleh jadi belum pernah buat atau […]

Bahasa Kreatif dan Contoh (Salah) Kasus Aplikasinya



(Posting tentang Bahasa Inggris yang lebih sebagai alat bagi banyak orang; oleh seorang NEB) Walaupun tetap harus diajarkan dengan sempurna, pada akhirnya—sebagai alat—Bahasa Inggris tidak harus sempurna dalam aturan tapi fungsional dalam penggunaannya. Ini adalah paradigma paling mutakhir dalam pengajaran Bahasa Inggris yang mulai diadopsi luas karena fakta lapangan menyatakan […]

Bahasa Inggris sebagai Alat


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(Posting on a topic presented at an international conference; by one NEB) Presenting ‘creative language’: The creative language I mention here is what is formally and academically known as ‘collocation’, which is simply a group of words which belong together and which are accepted to be common and/or English-sounding as […]

‘Creative Language’