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Thu Feb 28 2008

TOC: Generative Grammar in Geneva (GGG) 5 (2007)

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        1.    Gregory Ellison, Generative Grammar in Geneva (GGG) Vol 5 (2007)


Message 1: Generative Grammar in Geneva (GGG) Vol 5 (2007)
Date: 27-Feb-2008
From: Gregory Ellison <Gregory.Ellisonlettres.unige.ch>
Subject: Generative Grammar in Geneva (GGG) Vol 5 (2007)
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Publisher: Generative Grammar Group, U. of Geneva
http://www.unige.ch/lettres/linge/syntaxe/journal/journal.html

Journal Title: Generative Grammar in Geneva (GGG)
Volume Number: 5
Issue Number:
Issue Date: 2007


Main Text:

Dear LINGUIST List Subscribers,

We are pleased to announce the publication of the latest edition of the
journal of working papers from the Generative Grammar group of the
Department of Linguistics of the University of Geneva. The articles in this
and all previous volumes of GGG are accessible on the web free of charge at

http://www.unige.ch/lettres/linge/syntaxe/journal/journal.html

Generative Grammar in Geneva (GGG)
Volume 5, 2007
edited by Gregory Campbell Ellison & Gabriela Soare

Contents

Jacques Moeschler:
Why are there no negative particulars? Horn’s Conjecture Revisited

Eric Haeberli:
The Development of Subject-Verb Inversion in Middle English and the Role of
Language Contact

Yoshio Endo:
Locality and Floating Quantifiers

Gregory Campbell Ellison:
You Might Shouldn’t Say That: The Cartographic Syntax of English Multiple
Modal Constructions and Its (Speculative) History

Gabriela Soare:
A Cross-linguistic Typology of Question Formation and the Antisymmetry
Hypothesis

Nina Rojina:
Four types of ‘whys’ in Russian

Stephanie Durrleman:
Completive Aspect in Jamaican Creole: The complete story?


Linguistic Field(s): Syntax
                            Historical Linguistics



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