Linguistics in the Netherlands 2001

Linguistics in the Netherlands 2001

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  • Paperback | 252 pages
  • 147.3 x 215.9 x 15.2mm | 317.52g
  • John Benjamins Publishing Co
  • Benjamins (John) North America Inc.,US
  • Netherlands
  • English
  • 1588111156
  • 9781588111159

Table of contents

1. Preface (by Wouden, Ton van der); 2. List of contributors; 3. Articles; 4. Who power Polder Dutch?: A perceptual-sociolinguistic study of a new variety of Dutch (by Bezooijen, Renee van); 5. Comparing aspectual systems (by Borik, Olga); 6. Georgian harmonic clusters as complex segments?: A perceptual experiment (by Butskhrikidze, Marika); 7. On de-affrication in Modern Georgian (by Butskhrikidze, Marika); 8. Elicitation techniques in a Dutch syntactic dialect atlas project (by Cornips, Leonie); 9. On predicate numerals (by Corver, Norbert); 10. Choosing between the Dutch past-tense suffixes -te and -de (by Ernestus, Mirjam); 11. Partial Wh-movement in Russian (by Gelderen, Veronique van); 12. Changes in professional terms in the Netherlands: Anglicisation and the neutralisation of gender (by Gerritsen, Marinel); 13. Anaphoric expressions in Japanese: Takaaki Hara; 14. Initial coordination and the Law of Coordination of Likes (by Hendriks, Petra); 15. CL in OT (by Hermans, Ben); 16. The textlinguistic function of attributive past participles (by Jansen, Frank); 17. Natura artis magistra: Ancient rhetoricians, grammarians and philosophers on natural word order (by Jonge, C.C. de); 18. Subject-Object asymmetry in Dutch children's comprehension of wie-questions (by Van Der Meer, Matthijs); 19. Aspects of the morphosyntax of subjects and objects in Coptic Egyptian (by Reintges, Chris H.); 20. The Nasal Condition in Korean (by Jik Rhee, Sang); 21. Clitic doubling in Bulgarian (by Petkova Schick, Ivanka); 22. The devoicing of fricatives in a reading task (by Velde, Hans van de); 23. Patterns of relative clauses (by Vries, Mark de)show more