The article should be preceded by an abstract (200-250 words) and a list of five key words. In the top left corner please put your name and affiliation. The whole article cannot exceed the number of 21 000 characters. The deadline for sending your articles is the end of October 2016. We can only accept articles from those participants who have paid the conference fee. All articles will be blindly reviewed.

Here is the stylesheet, according to which your article should be formatted:

PAPER SIZE: A5 (14.8 cm (6.0 in) x 21cm (8.57 in), justified left and right

FONT SIZE: Times New Roman, size 11 points
Footnotes, quotations and references – size 10

Top: 0.7 cm (0.29 in)
Bottom: 1.35 cm (0.55 in)
Left: 1.08 cm (0.4 in)
Right: 1.08 cm (0.4 in)

PARAGRAPHS & FOOTNOTES: the indentation of 0.5 cm (0.2 in). The subsequent numbers for footnotes, in the main body of text, should be given after full stops or commas.

QUOTATIONS: Quotations longer than two lines should be given in the form of a separate block after the indentation of 0.5 cm (0.2 in), font size 10. Shorter quotations should be incorporated within the main body of the text. All quotations should be given in italics without quotation marks.

Here is an example of how the references should be given:

Bauer, L. 1983. English Word-Formation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Bauer, L. and A. Renouf. 2001. “A corpus-based study of compounding in English”, Journal of English Linguistics 29.2, 101-123.
Benczes, R. 2005. “Creative noun-noun compounds” [in:] Francisco José Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez (ed.), Annual Rewiev of Cognitive Linguistics volume 3/2005. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company. 250-268.
Benczes, R. 2006. Creative Compounding in English. The Semantics of Metaphorical and Metoynmical Noun-Noun Combinations. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company.

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