The present article explains and compares the methods of metaphor identification: MIP (metaphor identification procedure), MIPVU (metaphor identification procedure from Vrije University), MIV (metaphor identification of vehicle terms) and onomasiological-cognitive method of Olaf Jäkel.


MIP, MIPVU, MIV, onomasiological-cognitive method of Olaf Jäkel

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