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Intercompréhension et analogies entre langues voisines: entre transparences et opacités. Le cas des séquences figées

Abstract : The aims of our contribution is to examine the cognitive mechanisms at stake in the frame of the comprehension of neighboring languages and to show the efficiency of the approach by analogy, by means of the example set by phra-seological collocations. After recalling the inefficiency of an analytic approach in the understanding (mediatized or non mediatized) between neighboring languages, we will study the various relationships of analogy between equivalent phraseological collocations among neighboring languages. Besides, we will show how the practice of mutual comprehension through an analogical approach pro-vides access, more efficiently and subtly than any other approach, to the meaning of fixed phrases in foreign languages. This sets the stage to strengthen (1) the feeling that the phraseological collocations between neighboring languages are massively more transparent than they appear at first, (2) the confirmation that the systemic approach by analogy is the most efficient approach for an education to intercomprehension and multilingualism, and (3) beyond this, the avenue accord-ing to which the systemic approach by analogy could be an essential vector helping cultural and social inclusion during mobility in European territories where are spoken neighboring languages.
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Eric Castagne. Intercompréhension et analogies entre langues voisines: entre transparences et opacités. Le cas des séquences figées. Language Design - Journal of Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics, Granada Lingvistica (and Metodo Ediciones), 2016, Analogie, figement et polysémie, pp.45-68. ⟨hal-02574399⟩



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