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Name: Andreea  Simona  Calude
Institution: University of Reading
Email: click here to access email
Homepage: http://www.calude.net/andreea/andreea.html
State and/or Country: United Kingdom   
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
General Linguistics
Philosophy of Language
Syntax
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Typology
Cognitive Science
Discipline of Linguistics
Specialty: Cognitive Linguistics
Subject Language(s): English
Language Family(ies): New English
Selected Publications: 2009. With Steven Miller. Are Clefts Contagious in Conversation? English Language and Linguistics. 13: 127-132.

2009. Formulaic Tendencies of Demonstrative Clefts in Spoken English. In R. Corrigan, E.A. Moravcsik, H. Quali and K.M. Wheatley (eds.) Formulaic Language: Volume 1. Distribution and Historical Change. Philadelphia: John Benjamins, pp. 55-76.

2008. Clefting and Extraposition in English, ICAME - International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English Journal, 32:7-33.

2008. Demonstrative Clefts and Double Cleft Constructions in Spoken English, Studia Linguistica, 62(1): 78-118.

2007. Light and heavy reflexive marking: the Middle Domain in Romanian, Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics, 5: 239-269.

2005. Reflexive-Middle and Reciprocal-Middle Continua in Romanian, (Refereed) Proceedings of the 2004 Conference of the Australian Linguistics Society, July 13-15, archived at the University of Sydney.

2004. Machine Translation of Various Text Genres, Te Reo – the New Zealand Linguistic Society Journal, 46: 67-94.

2001. Romanian Clitics: Siding with the French or the Serbo-Croatian?, Revue Roumaine de Linguistique, 1-4: 91-105.

2001. The Journey of the Four Colour Theorem Through Time, The New Zealand Mathematics Magazine, 38(3) 1-10.
Courses Taught: ESOL 202 - Applied English Phonology
Ling 100 - Introduction to Linguistics
Ling203 - Applied English Grammar
Ling101 - Language, Mind and Society
ESOL200 - Advanced Academic Spoken English
Dissertation Abstract: Demonstrative Clefts in Spoken English
Reviewer of: The Importance of Not Being Earnest (LL Issue 19.3677)
Academic Paper Abstract: Reflexive-Middle and Reciprocal-Middle Continua in Romanian
Machine Translation of Various Text Genres
Romanian Clitics: Siding with the Serbo-Croatian or the French?
The Journey of the Four Colour Theorem Through Time
Light and Heavy Reflexive Marking: The middle domain in Romanian
Clefting and Extraposition in English
Are clefts contagious in conversation?
Are Clefts Contagious in Conversation?
Coding causal–noncausal verb alternations: A form–frequency correspondence explanation
Coding causal–noncausal verb alternations: A form–frequency correspondence explanation – Corrigendum



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