Linguistics in the Netherlands 2006 (Linguistics in the Netherlands 23)

Linguistics in the Netherlands 2006 (Linguistics in the Netherlands 23)

By: Bettelou Los (editor), Jeroen van de Weijer (editor)Paperback

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The thirty-seventh annual meeting of the Linguistic Society of the Netherlands took place in Utrecht on February 4th, 2006. The aim of the annual meetings is to provide members with the opportunity to report on their ongoing research.At this year's meeting, 89 papers were presented, of which 34 were submitted to the present volume. This volume contains a selection of these papers, which present an overview of current research in a variety of fields in linguistics.

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1. Foreword; 2. Contributors; 3. Articles; 4. IP-ellipsis in Dutch dialects: X + that-clause (by Aelbrecht, Lobke); 5. A dependency account of the fortis-lenis contrast in Cama (by Botma, Bert); 6. The universal base hypothesis: VO or OV? (by Broekhuis, Hans); 7. The acquisition of grammatical gender in bilingual child acquisition of Dutch (by older Moroccan and Turkish children): The definite determiner, attributive adjective and relative pronoun (by Cornips, Leonie M.E.A.); 8. Transitivity failures in the left periphery and foot-driven movement operations (by van Craenenbroeck, Jeroen); 9. A linguistic analysis of the use of the two hands in sign language poetry (by Crasborn, Onno A.); 10. A constraint-based approach to morphological neutralization (by Don, Jan); 11. Evert Beth vs. Anton Reichling: Contrary forces in the rise of Dutch generativism (by Elffers-van Ketel, Els); 12. Linguistic and extra-linguistic predictors of inter-Scandinavian intelligibility (by Gooskens, Charlotte); 13. Temporal quantification and events in Dutch child language (by Hollebrandse, Bart); 14. Vowel labelling in a pluricentric language: Flemish and Dutch labellers at work (by Kloots, Hanne); 15. No initial empty CV in clusterless languages (by Kula, Nancy C.); 16. Getting a sense of krijgen: A diachronic study of its polysemy and grammaticalization (by Landsbergen, Frank); 17. Remarks on the polar orientation of almost (by Nouwen, Rick); 18. Object preposing in 15th century Drenthe (by Ribbert, Anne); 19. Reconstruction in German restrictive relative clauses (by Salzmann, Martin); 20. Short negative replies in Spanish (by Vincente, Luis); 21. Reported direct speech in Dutch (by Vries, Mark de); 22. Predicative tone lowering in Makhuwa (by Wal, Jenneke van der); 23. Acoustical analysis of English vowels produced by Chinese, Dutch and American speakers (by Wang, Hongyan)

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  • publication date: 09/11/2006
  • ISBN13: 9789027231666
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 256
  • ID: 9789027231666
  • weight: 480
  • ISBN10: 9027231664

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