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Wed May 28 2003

TOC: Belgian Journal of Linguistics, 16/1 (2003)

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Message 1: Belgian Journal of Linguistics, Vol 16 No 1 (2003)

Date: Wed, 28 May 2003 11:48:39 +0000
From: paul <paulbenjamins.com>
Subject: Belgian Journal of Linguistics, Vol 16 No 1 (2003)



Publisher: John Benjamins
 http://www.benjamins.com/
	
Journal Title: Belgian Journal of Linguistics
Volume Number: 16
Issue Number: 1
Issue Date: 2003


Main text:
			
Table of contents

Introduction 
 Ad Foolen and Ton van der Wouden 1 - 6 

The evidential and validational licensing conditions for the Cusco
Quechua enclitic -mi
 Martina Faller 7 - 21 

>From aspectuality to discourse marking: The case of French d�j�
and encore
 Maj-Britt Mosegaard Hansen 23 - 51 

Polarity-sensitive scalar particles in early modern and present-day
Dutch: Distributional differences and diachronic developments
 Jack Hoeksema 53 - 64 

Phasality, polarity, focality: A feature analysis of the Latin particle iam 
 Caroline Kroon and Rodie Risselada 65 - 78 

Rhetorical motivations for the emergence of discourse particles, with
special reference to English of course
 Diana M. Lewis 79 - 91 

Set-evoking particles: A study of the colloquial Russian particle -to 
 Svetlana McCoy 93 - 104 

Preverbal modal particles in Gascony Occitan 
 Claus Dieter Pusch 105 - 118 

Additive particles and scalar endpoint marking 
 Scott A. Schwenter 119 - 134 

Homonymy, polysemy, category membership: The case of Greek modal particles 
 Anastasios Tsangalidis 135 - 150 

Particle research meets corpus linguistics: On the collocational
behavior of particles
 Ton van der Wouden 151 - 174 

The aspectual significance of event particles 
 Frans Zwarts, Ton van der Wouden and V�ctor S�nchez-Valencia 
 175 - 208

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