Linguistics in the Netherlands 2004

Linguistics in the Netherlands 2004

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  • Paperback | 229 pages
  • 160 x 240 x 12.7mm | 450g
  • Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • English
  • 158811564X
  • 9781588115645

Table of contents

1. Preface (by Cornips, Leonie); 2. Contributors; 3. Articles; 4. Topic and focus within D (by Aboh, Enoch O.); 5. Is Dutch a multiple fronting language? (by Beek, Janneke ter); 6. Conditional imperatives in Dutch and Russian (by Boogaart, Ronny); 7. Auxiliary drop in Early Modern German (by Breitbarth, Anne); 8. Acquiring voicing in Dutch: The role of function words (by Feest, Suzanne van der); 9. The role of language-specific phonotactics in the acquisition of onset clusters (by Fikkert, Paula); 10. Number in the Yurakare noun phrase (by Gijn, Rik van); 11. Nominal tense marking in Movima: Nominal or clausal scope? (by Haude, Katharina); 12. The perceptual development of a British-English phoneme contrast in Dutch adults (by Heeren, Willemijn); 13. Phonetic or phonological contrasts in Dutch boundary tones? (by Heuven, Vincent J. van); 14. Alles is fleurich, ik bin it mei: On the comitative particle mei in Frisian and its counterparts in the other Germanic languages (by Hoekstra, Jarich); 15. Does the chronology principle operate on sentence level?: Evidence from the distribution of adverbial PP's (by Jansen, Frank); 16. Seven years later: The effect of spelling on interpretation (by Neijt, Anneke); 17. Multi-level OT: An argument from speech pathology (by Ouden, Dirk-Bart den); 18. The acquisition of definiteness distinctions by L2 learners of French (by Sleeman, Petra); 19. Exploring Cantonese tense (by Sybesma, Rint); 20. Pseudo coordination is not subordination (by Vos, Mark de); 21. Head-internal relative clauses in Dutch? (by Vries, Mark de); 22. Cross-linguistic confusion of vowels produced and perceived by Chinese, Dutch and American speakers of English (by Wang, Hongyan); 23. On segmental complexity: Affricates and patterns of segmental modification in consonant inventories (by Weijer, Jeroen van de)
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