The 45th annual meeting of the Linguistic Society of the Netherlands took place in Utrecht on 1 February, 2014. The annual meetings provide members with the opportunity to report on their ongoing research.At this year's meeting, 80 papers were presented, of which 18 were submitted to the present volume. The volume contains a selection of these papers, which may be considered representative of current research in various fields of linguistics.
1. Foreword (by Auer, Anita); 2. Articles; 3. Auxiliary choice with Dutch verbs of directed motion (by Belien, Maaike); 4. The licensing condition on clausal ellipsis (by Boone, Enrico); 5. Floating around in the Dutch nominal domain (by Corver, Norbert); 6. Parenthesis and presupposition in discourse (by Griffiths, James); 7. Variation in verb cluster interruption (by Hendriks, Lotte); 8. As well as I can / As I best can / As best as I can - Some properties of potentiality equatives (by Hoekstra, Jarich); 9. Resultative constructions in heritage Ambon Malay in the Netherlands (by Moro, Francesca R.); 10. Gender agreement in interface contexts in the oral production of heritage speakers of Spanish in the Netherlands (by Osch, Brechje van); 11. Article choice in children with High Functioning Autism (HFA) and in children with Specific Language Impairment (SLI) (by Schaeffer, Jeannette); 12. Development of Dutch children's comprehension of subject and object wh-questions: The role of topicality (by Strangmann, Iris); 13. Erring on the side of phonology (by Strycharczuk, Patrycja); 14. The Dutch 'X is zo + NP/VP'-construction (by Sweep, Josefien); 15. The four tones of Mandarin Chinese: Representation and acquisition (by Weijer, Jeroen van de)