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Jorge Arus Hita

Senior Lecturer In English Language and Linguistics

Universidad Complutense de Madrid

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Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Avenida de Séneca nº 2

Madrid, Madrid,28040

Spain

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Universidad Autónoma de Madrid


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Hybridity in Systemic Functional Linguistics; Grammar, Text and Discursive Context; Donna R. Miller; Paul Bayley - Equinox Publishing

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Jorge Arús Hita is senior lecturer in English language and linguistics at Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain.
Jorge Arus Hita practices his grammatics at clause level as well, also aiming to account for what happens when a typically non-metaphorical lexical verb is used metaphorically. Hybrid processes, he suggests, undergo a transformation in meaning: the literal meaning - which he calls A - is transposed to a different area of the lexicogrammar - B - whereby the resulting hybrid meaning - C - is brought about. Accordingly, hybrid processes are seen as the intended product of literal plus metaphorical senses.


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Jorge Arús Hita • Copy Editor
Jorge Arús Hita teaches English language and linguistics at the Facultad de Filología Inglesa, Universidad Complutense de Madrid. After graduating from the Universidad Complutense in English studies (Filología Inglesa), he was awarded a scholarship to direct the Spanish House at the College of Wooster, Ohio. After a two-year stint in Madrid, where he completed the doctoral courses in English linguistics, he returned to the U.S. with a scholarship for postgraduate study at Villanova University, where he earned a Master's Degree in Spanish Language and Literature and worked as a Spanish instructor at undergraduate level. This was followed by a year working as lecturer for the department of Romance Languages at the University of Pennsylvania. Since his return to Spain in 1997, he has been teaching at the Universidad Complutense, where he earned his Ph.D. in English Linguistics in 2003. His publications include articles on contrastive linguistics and second-language teaching in various national and international journals and edited volumes. He was a peer-reviewer of the Graduate Journal of Interdisciplinary Research Concept, Villanova University. His involvement as style supervisor of Atlantis began in 2006. He's married with three daughters, Clara, Chloe and Emily.


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Jorge Arús Hita • Style Supervisor
Go to home page Jorge Arús Hita teaches English language and linguistics at the Facultad de Filología Inglesa, Universidad Complutense de Madrid. After graduating from the Universidad Complutense in English studies (Filología Inglesa), he was awarded a scholarship to direct the Spanish House at the College of Wooster, Ohio. After a two-year stint in Madrid, where he completed the doctoral courses in English linguistics, he returned to the U.S. with a scholarship for postgraduate study at Villanova University, where he earned a Master's Degree in Spanish Language and Literature and worked as a Spanish instructor at undergraduate level. This was followed by a year working as lecturer for the department of Romance Languages at the University of Pennsylvania. Ever since his return to Spain in 1997, he has been teaching at the Universidad Complutense, where he earned his Ph.D. in English Linguistics in 2003. His publications include articles on contrastive linguistics and second-language teaching in various national and international journals and edited volumes. He was a peer-reviewer of the Graduate Journal of Interdisciplinary Research Concept, Villanova University. His involvement as style supervisor of Atlantis began in 2006. He's married with two daughters, Clara and Chloe.


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