Part I
Plenary papers

Johan van der Auwera and Lauren Van Alsenoy
Mapping indefinites: towards a Neo-Aristotelian map

David Newby
Competence and performance in learning and teaching: theories and practices

Carita Paradis
A dynamic construal approach to antonymy

Kanavillil Rajagopalan
Prospects for language studies in our era of globalization

Monika S. Schmid
The theoretical significance of research on language attrition for understanding bilingualism

Δήμητρα Θεοφανοπούλου-Κοντού
Ποιητικός λόγος, δομικές αποκλίσεις και η θεωρία της Γραμματικής

Part II
Papers in English

Eleni Agathopoulou and Despina Papadopoulou
Probing the adult initial state of non-native Greek: a case study

Thomaï Alexiou and Marina Mattheoudakis
Bridging the gap: issues of transition and continuity from primary to secondary schools in Greece

Elena Anagnostopoulou and Yota Samioti
Idiomatic meaning and the structure of participles

Georgia Andreou and Fotini Anastassiou
Vocabulary interaction among the three languages of trilingual children

Valandis Bardzokas
The relevance of Relevance to the study of metacommunicative cause

Christine Calfoglou
Equivalence (?) in translation: exploring timelines

Maria Chondrogianni
The Pragmatics of Prohibitive and Hortative in Modern Greek

Maria Christodoulidou
Hyperbole in everyday conversation

Thomai Dalpanagioti
Building a bilingual lexical database for motion verbs in English and Greek: the rationale of a lexicographic project

Efrosini Deligianni
Pragmatic factors that determine main clause constituent order variation in Greek: a diachronic perspective

Angeliki Efthymiou
The semantics of verb-forming suffixes in Modern Greek

Roxani Faltzi
The patterning of language alternation in a Greek supplementary school

Ioannis Fykias and Konstantinos Sampanis
Finite complementation in the synchrony and diachrony of Greek and in other Balkan languages

Thanasis Giannaris
The diachrony of ‘BE + present participle’ in Greek and Old English: multiple paths in language change

Eleni Griva and Dora Chostelidou
Language awareness issues and teachers’ beliefs about language learning in a Greek EFL context

Konstantinos Kakarikos
Nominal forms in extra-syntactic constructions in Ancient Greek: the case of the vocative and exclamative nominative

Maria Kambanaros and Kleanthes K. Grohmann
Patterns of naming objects and actions in Cypriot Greek children with SLI and WFDs

Antri Kanikli
Sluicing and asymmetries in the Cypriot-Greek wh-question formation

Kalliopi Katsika
Attachment preferences and corpus frequencies in PP ambiguities: Evidence from Greek

Despina Kazana
Referential agreement in Modern Greek coordinate nouns

Axiotis Kechagias
The Syntax-Information Component Interface: on the properties of V-initial Orders in Greek

Manuela Korth
The relationship between stress and syntax in German

Marianna Kyprianou
The Phonetics and user-friendliness of free online dictionaries: an overview

Maja Marković and Tanja Milićev
The effect of rhythm unit length on the duration of vowels in Serbian

Maria Mastropavlou, Kakia Petinou and Ianthi Maria Tsimpli
The role of morpho-phonological salience in tense marking: a comparison between Greek and Cypriot-Greek SLI children

Marina Mattheoudakis and Anna-Maria Hatzitheodorou
Discourse organising nouns in American and Greek university students’ argumentative essays: a contrastive study

Elizabeth Mela-Athanasopoulou
The function of semantically motivated suffixes in gender inversion of Modern Greek derivatives

Myrto Nerantzi
The use of nominal elements in L2 Greek

Vaia Papachristou
Explicit vs. implicit pronunciation teaching to Greek children: the case of the acquisition of English vowels

Tatjana Paunović
Sounds Serbian? Acoustic properties of Serbian EFL students' speech

Slavica Perović
Apologies – The Montenegrin way of dispreferred

Nicos C. Sifakis
Greek state-school teachers’ educational priorities: a preliminary review

Areti-Maria Sougari
Student teachers’ decision-making skills in relation to lesson planning: The impact of a practicum

Pepi Stavropoulou and Dimitris Spiliotopoulos
Prosodic realization of Topics

Alexandros Tantos
Textlinguistic analysis of Events: a paradox

Dina Tsagari
Washback of a high-stakes English exam on teachers’ perceptions and practices

Eleni Tsiartsioni
Can pronunciation be taught? Teaching English speech rhythm to Greek students

Marina Tzakosta
L1 transfer in L2 learning: compound forms in the speech of Turkish learners of Greek

Carla Vergaro
Referential, vague or impersonal? Pronominal reference and identity.
Evidence from the academic writing of Italian students of English

Jeroen Vis
Synchrony in diachronic analysis: the interpretation of <w> in Mycenaean Greek

Part III
Papers in Greek

Γιώργος Β. Γεωργίου
Γλώσσα και ισχύς σε μια δίκη φόνου στην Κύπρο: η χρήση της διαλέκτου και η εναλλαγή κώδικα

Mαρία Καμηλάκη
Η ποικιλία [± ΛΟΓΙΟ] σε μηνύματα ηλεκτρονικού ταχυδρομείου (e-mails): ανάλυση εμπειρικών δεδομένων από τη νεανική επικοινωνία

Αικατερίνη Μυτούλα
Ισοδύναμες παροιμίες της ελληνικής και της αγγλικής

Σουζάνα Παντελιάδου και Κυριακούλα Μ. Ρόθου
Η ανάπτυξη της μορφολογικής επίγνωσης στα ελληνικά: μία διερευνητική μελέτη

Αγγελική Ι. Σακελλαρίου και Άννα Αναστασιάδη-Συμεωνίδη
Κριτήρια παρουσίασης και αξιολόγησης δίγλωσσων λεξικών

Μαρία Τσομπάνογλου
Αξιολόγηση της εγκυρότητας κριτηρίου του Κρατικού Πιστοποιητικού Γλωσσομάθειας της Αγγλικής Γλώσσας