INSTRUCTIONS TO AUTHORS
The full text of your paper should be sent to the conference organizers
in Word format, as an e-mail attachment, by June 15th, 2021.
The file should be given the author’s name.
Paper size: A4
Margins (top, bottom, left, right): 2 cm
Font: Times New Roman
Font size: 14 (title of the paper), 12 (body text)
Font style:bold (title of paper), regular (body text), italic (words from other languages, and words in the body text intended to be especially emphasized)
Alignment of body text: justified
Line spacing: single
Indent the first line of each paragraph 2 cm from left. Do not indent the first line of the paragraph that immediately follows a title or subtitle
Do not add page numbers, headers or footers
For titles and subtitles use Word's built-in styles: Heading 1, Heading 2, etc.
Do not exceed 12 pages.
Add your name (Times New Roman, 12, Regular) and university affiliation (Times New Roman, 12, Italic) right-aligned below the title of your paper
Footnotes. If your paper contains notes, place them at the bottom of the page (footnotes). They should be as few and as short as possible, and should not contain bibliographical references. Place such references directly in the text, in parentheses.
References used in the paper should be given in an alphabetical list at the end of the paper under the heading References (aligned left).
The second line of the reference should be indented by 1.5 cm (special, hanging)
Halliday, M.A.K. 1991. 'Corpus studies and probabilistic grammar' in English Corpus Linguistics. K. Aijmer and B. Altenberg (eds.). London : Longman.
Ladenfoged, P. 1982. A Course in Phonetics. New York : Harcourt, Brace and Jovanovich.
Daniel, R. T. 1995. `The History of Western Music' in Britannica Online: Macropedia [Online]. Available at: http://www.eb. com:180/cgibin/ g:DocF=macro/ 5004/45/html [retrieved on 1995-06-14]
References in the text should use the following format:
(Cook 1989: 35-36)
"… as Cook (1989: 35-36) states…"
Authors are solely responsible for the accuracy of their references.
Figures.All tables, figures, illustrations, and other graphics should be presented with appropriate captions. Phrase structure trees, argumentation schemata, networks, flowcharts, and diagrams should be kept to a minimum. Figures should be freely movable in the text, and should be referred to by number (e.g. "Fig. 1"), and not by expressions such as "the figure below", or "the figure above".