Regina Gutiérrez Pérez

Regina Gutiérrez Pérez
Universidad Pablo de Olavide | UPO · Department of Philology and Translation

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Introduction
Regina Gutiérrez Pérez currently works at the Department of Philology and Translation, Universidad Pablo de Olavide. Regina does research in Didactics and Semantics. Her most recent publication is 'The development of a metaphoric competence. A didactic proposal of educational innovation'.

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This article presents a didactic experience carried out in the Degree of Translation and Interpreting (English) at Pablo de Olavide University in Seville and it is part of a project of Innovation and Teaching Development. The main objective is the development in students of a metaphoric competence – metaphorical awareness and strategies to understa...
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The CEFR encourages a more effective international communication. Given that effective communication in a L2 involves the ability to use metaphors, this figure becomes of prime importance to the teaching of languages. The present study applies a methodology for teaching English metaphors and idioms following the tenets of Cognitive Linguistics (CL)...
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In this article we propose a cognitive model which results of metaphorical expressions gathered from dictionaries and thesauri and their later examination and classification. We begin with basic conceptual operations, such as reification and personification, to arrive at more complex metaphors which constitute the "Idealized Cognitive Model".

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Nuestro objetivo es analizar y contrastar en dos lenguas de tipologías distintas construcciones con distintos niveles de fijación, desde enunciados idiomáticos, completamente saturados, hasta construcciones más abstractas como la construcción resultativa, que necesitan saturarse por completo. La mayoría de los estudios construccionistas son monolingües y centrados especialmente en el inglés. Aunque las lenguas románicas han empezado a recibir más atención dentro de este marco teórico (véanse, por ejemplo, Martínez Vázquez 2003 y Boas y Gonzálvez 2014) todavía son escasos los trabajos que se centren en el estudio de lenguas como el español.