Linguistics in the Netherlands 2002

Linguistics in the Netherlands 2002

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  • Paperback | 230 pages
  • 147.3 x 215.9 x 10.2mm | 294.84g
  • John Benjamins Publishing Co
  • Benjamins (John) North America Inc.,US
  • Netherlands
  • English
  • 1588112969
  • 9781588112965

Table of contents

1. Preface (by Broekhuis, Hans); 2. List of contributors; 3. Articles; 4. Front approximant /r/: A new and vigorous change in Dutch (by Bezooijen, Renee van); 5. Word order in Middle Dutch: The interpretation of different types of data (by Blom, Corrien); 6. Dative case, morphological decay, and structural deficiency (by Breitbarth, Anne); 7. Conservation in the acquisition of possessive lexical items (by Craats, Ineke van de); 8. Acquisition of syntactic topic marking in L2 French (by Ferdinand, Astrid); 9. The pronunciation of /ei/ by male and female speakers of avant-garde Dutch (by Heuven, Vincent J. van); 10. Interaction of tone and particle in the signalling of clause type in Dutch (by Heuven, Vincent J. van); 11. Overapplication of Yer vocalization in Russian (by Hermans, Ben); 12. Preposed adverbial phrases in Dutch texts: Evidence for the Left-Right Principle or for Linear Modification? (by Jansen, Frank); 13. N-ellipsis in Spanish (by Kester, Ellen-Petra); 14. Rhythm and semantics in the selection of linking elements (by Neijt, Anneke); 15. Dutch teenagers' SLA of English any (by Philip, William); 16. Lateral deletion and more or less excrescent schwa in Upper Chehalis (by Rowicka, Grazyna J.); 17. Concordance in morphology: Lexeme and suffix in Spanish nouns (by Schroten, Jan); 18. Loan words as markers of differentiation (by Velde, Hans van de); 19. On er: Distribution of multiple R-words in Dutch sentences (by Visser, Mario van de); 20. Overspecified NPs marking conceptual shifts in narrative discourse (by Vliet, Sarah van); 21. An Optimality Theoretical analysis of the Dutch diminutive (by Weijer, Jeroen van de); 22. The Dutch plural landscape (by Wijk, Judith van)show more