This study presents a collection of papers by a variety of scholars engaged in the most thought-provoking and salient problems in various areas of linguistics. The book comprises ten chapters organised into two parts.The first part, "Studies in Applied Linguistics", elaborates on up-to-date and research-based knowledge of the selected subjects in the discipline of Applied Linguistics. It takes the reader from theoretical, linguistic considerations to classroom practice. The second part, "Studies in Cognitive Linguistics", concentrates on various aspects of cognitive linguistic research.
Agnieszka Uberman is Associate Professor at the Institute of English Studies at the University of Rzeszow. Her main research interests include Applied and Cognitive Linguistics as well as figurative language use.
Marta Dick-Bursztyn is Assistant Professor at the Institute of English Studies at the University of Rzeszow. Her main research interests include Applied Linguistics, with a special focus on ELT Methodology and Pedagogical Lexicography.