LINGUIST List 13.1687

Fri Jun 14 2002

TOC: English Language and Linguistics, Vol.6 No.1

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  1. Sarah Nichols, TOC: English Language and Linguistics: Volume 06 Issue 01

Message 1: TOC: English Language and Linguistics: Volume 06 Issue 01

Date: Thu, 13 Jun 2002 17:31:05 +0100
From: Sarah Nichols <>
Subject: TOC: English Language and Linguistics: Volume 06 Issue 01

TOC: English Language and Linguistics:
Volume 06 Issue 01 May 2002

Print ISSN 1360-6743
Electronic ISSN 1469-4379
Published twice times a year by Cambridge University Press

Dynamic have in North American and British Isles English
Peter Trudgill, Terttu Nevalainen, Ilse Wischer

Regional variation in the English verb qualifier system
Geoffrey Sampson

On the structure of acronyms and neighbouring categories: a prototype-based
Paula L�pez R�a

Vowel harmony in Buchan Scots English
Colleen M. Fitzgerald

Conditions for the voicing of Old English fricatives, II: morphology and
syllable structure
R. D. Fulk

Three changing patterns of verb complementation in Late Modern English: a
real-time study based on matching text corpora
Christian Mair

Ablaut reduplication in English: the criss-crossing of prosody and verbal
Donka Minkova

The state of the history of the English language: a map of the past and road
to the future?
Susan M. Fitzmaurice

G. A. J. Tops, B. Devriendt, and S. Geukens (eds.), Thinking English
grammar: to honour Xavier Dekeyser. Leuven: Peeters, 1999. Pp. 502. �36,
ISBN 90 4290763 0
Bettelou Los

Barbara A. Fennell, A history of English: a sociolinguistic approach.
Oxford: Blackwell, 2001. Pp. xiv + 284, Hardback �55, US$64.95, ISBN 0 631
20072 X; paperback �15.99, US$29.95, ISBN 0 631 20073 8
Manfred G�rlach

Guy Aston and Lou Burnard, The BNC handbook: exploring the British National
Corpus with SARA. Edinburgh Textbooks in Empirical Linguistics. Edinburgh:
Edinburgh University Press, 1998. Pp. 256. Hardback �43.50, ISBN 0 7486 1054
5; paperback �16.50, ISBN 0 7486 1055 3
Gerald Nelson

Inge de M�nnick, On the move. The mobility of constituents in the English
noun phrase: a multi-method approach. Language and Computers: Studies in
Practical Linguistics 31. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2000. Pp. xii + 188. Hardback
�46, US$43.00, ISBN 90 420 0780 X.
Evelien Keizer

Philip Carr, English phonetics and phonology: an introduction. Oxford:
Blackwell, 1999. Pp. 169. Hardback �50, US$60.95, ISBN 0 631 19775 3;
paperback �15.99, US$28.95, ISBN 0 631 19776 1. Martin J. Ball and Joan
Rahilly, Phonetics: the science of speech. London: Arnold, 1999. Pp. 239.
Hardback �35, ISBN 0 340 70009 2; paperback �14.99, ISBN 0 340 70010 6
Anne Wichmann

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