Linguistics in the Netherlands 2000

Linguistics in the Netherlands 2000

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  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 147.3 x 215.9 x 15.2mm | 340.2g
  • John Benjamins Publishing Co
  • Benjamins (John) North America Inc.,US
  • Netherlands
  • English
  • 1588110176
  • 9781588110176

Table of contents

1. Preface (by Hoop, Helen de); 2. List of contributors; 3. Articles; 4. Event order in language and cognition (by Bohnemeyer, Jurgen); 5. The prosodic interpretation of sonorants in Dutch (by Botma, Bert); 6. In the double object construction (by Brandt, Patrick); 7. Looking for melodic turn-holding configurations in Dutch (by Caspers, Johanneke); 8. The use of gaan+infinitive in narratives of older bilingual children of Moroccan and Turkish descent (by Cornips, Leonie); 9. Bound variables in Japanese (by Hara, Takaaki); 10. Voice-tone interaction in a Limburg dialect: Evidence for feature licensing (by Hermans, Ben); 11. When and how do we hear whether a Dutch speech utterance is a statement or a declarative question? (by Heuven, Vincent J. van); 12. An algorithm for the assignment of sentence accents in Dutch (by Hoekstra, Heleen); 13. The West Frisian quantifier system and the 'mass only' puzzle (by Hoekstra, Jarich); 14. State-non state difference in Dutch L2 acquisition of English (by Hollebrandse, Bart); 15. Morphological effects of lexical aspect (by Koornwinder, Oele); 16. Transitive expletive constructions and the object shift parameter (by Koster, Jan); 17. The phonology-morphology interface: Consonant mutations in Bemba (by Kula, Nancy C.); 18. Discourse particles in Manado Malay (by Stoel, Ruben); 19. Tilburg Dutch vowel alternations and phonological elements (by Swets, Francine); 20. N-deletion in reading style (by Velde, Hans van de); 21. Appositive relative clauses (by Vries, Mark de); 22. Focus on appendices in Dutch (by Wouden, Ton van der)show more