Linguistics in the Netherlands 2003

Linguistics in the Netherlands 2003

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  • Paperback | 233 pages
  • 160 x 240 x 19.05mm | 320g
  • John Benjamins Publishing Co
  • Benjamins (John) North America Inc.,US
  • Netherlands
  • English
  • 1588114627
  • 9781588114624

Table of contents

1. Preface (by Cornips, Leonie); 2. Contributors; 3. Articles; 4. Participle fronting in Bulgarian as XP-movement (by Broekhuis, Hans); 5. Forked modality (by Cheng, Lisa L.S.); 6. Cylinders, planes, lines and points: Suggestions for a new conception of the handshape parameter in sign languages (by Crasborn, Onno A.); 7. A note on conversion in Dutch and German (by Don, Jan); 8. Particle verbs in early Middle English: The case of up (by Elenbaas, Marion); 9. This is a yes/no-question? (by Haan, Judith); 10. Patterns of segmental modification in consonant inventories: Contrastive vs. redundant systems and phonology vs. phonetics (by Hinskens, Frans L.); 11. Sentence processing theories and the position of complex constituents in Dutch texts (by Jansen, Frank); 12. An acoustic study of standard Dutch /v/, /f/, /z/ and /s/ (by Kissine, Mikhail); 13. The acquisition of Negative Concord: The case of pas...non plus (by Lente, Erica van); 14. Verpleegsters, ambassadrices and masseuses: Stratum differences in the comprehension of Dutch words with feminine agent suffixes (by Neijt, Anneke); 15. The realisation of final schwa in NK loanword phonology (by Jik Rhee, Sang); 16. Constraints on post-lexical processes in Dutch (by Ruys, Eddy G.); 17. Positions of parentheticals and interjections: A corpus-based approach (by Schelfhout, Carla); 18. The structure of Dutch /au/ (by Swets, Francine); 19. 'Syntactic ergativity' in Dyirbal and Balinese (by Visser, Mario van de); 20. Weird polarity indefinites in French (by Vlachou, Evangelia); 21. Three-dimensional grammar (by Vries, Mark de); 22. Mutual intelligibility of Chinese, Dutch and American speakers of English (by Wang, Hongyan)show more