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How languages describe spatial motion events has been a hotly discussed topic in recent years in cognitive linguistics and linguistic typology. This two-volume book provides new descriptions and proposals on this fascinating topic, based on a large-scale experimental study of motion event descriptions in almost 20 languages across the globe as part of a research project conducted by NINJAL The chapters are based on papers presented at international conferences (most at NINJAL international symposium held in January 2019, some at International Cognitive Linguistics Conferences in 2017 and 2019). The book provides valuable descriptions of familiar and unfamiliar languages as well as insightful discussions of controversial issues based on those descriptions. This book would interest students in linguistics and cognitive science in Asia, Europe and North America.
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