Oct 2014 Presentation made at the 66th Conference of The English Literary Society of Japan: The Regional Branch of Chubu Disctict
Fujiwara Takafumi "Nichiei-hikaku-ni-yoru Shieki-doshi "HAVE"-no Imikaishaku" [An Analysis of the Interpretation of causative verb HAVE from a contrastive linguistic point of view"
Jan 2015 HUIC International Conference on Humanities
・Kawamura, Tomoko “A Study on the Habitat Segregation of the Four Verbs Indicating‘Procreation’; Get, Beget, Bear and Have” Proceedings of HUIC International Conference on Humanities. ・Hayano, Yuma “A Study on the Relationship of the Existential Sentences: Focusing on a Have Construction Expressing Location” Proceedings of HUIC International Conference on Humanities. ・Fujiwara, Takafumi “A Study on Causative HAVE and Passiveness through a Comparison between English and Japanese” Proceedings of HUIC International Conference on Humanities. ・Hanazaki, Miki, Kazuo Hanazaki, Takafumi Fujiwara, Tomoko Kawamura, Yuma Hayano, Yuta Akahane “Multidirectional Approach to the Semantics of Have: Seeking a Unified Way of Teaching Its Polysemy to the EFL Students” Proceedings of HUIC International Conference on Humanities.”
next to come is the presentation to be made in Jan 2016 HUIC International Conference on Humanities
・Hanazaki Miki, Kazuo Hanazaki, Takafumi Fujiwara, Naoki Yamamoto, Sho Fujisawa, and Hayato Ito, "The Similarities and Differences between English and Japanese: The Homology Observed in Each Language and its Application to Teaching English to Japanese EFL Learners" ・Fujiwara Takafumi "An Analysis of Causative Verbs in English and Its application to EFL in Japan"