The 43rd annual meeting of the Linguistic Society of the Netherlands took place in Utrecht on February 4th, 2012. The annual meetings provide members with the opportunity to report on their ongoing research. At this year's meeting, 67 papers were presented, of which 22 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.
1. Articles; 2. Is the Dutch Delay of Principle B Effect dependent on verb type? (by Akker, Saskia van den); 3. A first glance at the role of length in production and perception of diphthongs before Dutch coda l (by Berns, Janine); 4. Deaccentuation in Dutch as a second language: Where does the accent go to? (by Caspers, Johanneke); 5. Neuter gender in a sexless language: The case of Zulu (by Dreu, Merijn de); 6. Can speech pitch perception be measured language-independently? (by Heeren, Willemijn); 7. Obviation properties of the d-pronoun in Dutch (by Kampen, Jacqueline van); 8. V-stranding ellipsis and verbal identity: The role of polarity focus (by Liptak, Aniko); 9. Subject interpretation of object questions by Dutch 5-year-olds: The role of number agreement in comprehension (by Metz, Marijke); 10. The 12321 model of Dutch spelling acquisition (by Neijt, Anneke); 11. Thinking in the right direction: An ellipsis analysis of right-dislocation (by Ott, Dennis); 12. Against a minimal-augmented analysis of number (by Schepper, Kees de); 13. Easy to (re)analyse: Tough-constructions in minimalism (by Zwart, C. Jan-Wouter)