By Aneta Pavlenko
Do bi- and multilinguals understand themselves another way of their respective languages? Do they event assorted feelings? How do they exhibit feelings and have they got a favorite language for emotional expression? How are emotion phrases and ideas represented within the bi- and multilingual lexicons? This ground-breaking booklet opens up a brand new box of research, bilingualism and feelings, and offers fascinating solutions to those and plenty of comparable questions.
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Marylin, 50, Italian – French– English – Dutch – Spanish) Yes. It is a good feeling tho. (Fiona, 27, English –French –German) We can see that Marylin emphatically denies seeing her selves as different. She also presents herself as lucky because of that, thus implicitly agreeing with the view of double selves as a misfortune. Fiona, on the other hand, responds in the afﬁrmative and evaluates the experience as a positive one. Then, however, she appeals to the subordinating conjunction ‘though’, which signals opposition and frames her evaluative comment as a hidden polemic with the negative assessment of duality.
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