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Tue May 18 2010

TOC: Lingua 120/7 (2010)

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        1.    Christopher Tancock, Lingua Vol. 120, No. 7 (2010)

Message 1: Lingua Vol. 120, No. 7 (2010)
Date: 18-May-2010
From: Christopher Tancock <c.tancockelsevier.com>
Subject: Lingua Vol. 120, No. 7 (2010)
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Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
http://www.elsevier.com/linguistics

Journal Title: Lingua
Volume Number: 120
Issue Number: 7
Issue Date: 2010


Subtitle: Optional Ergative Marketing


Main Text:

Introduction

1. Optional ergative marking and its implications for linguistic theory
Pages 1607-1609
William B. McGregor, Jean-Christophe Verstraete


Articles

2. Optional ergative case marking systems in a typological-semiotic perspective
Pages 1610-1636
William B. McGregor

3. Animacy and information structure in the system of ergative marking in Umpithamu
Pages 1637-1651
Jean-Christophe Verstraete

4. ‘Optional’ ergativity and the framing of reported speech
Pages 1652-1676
Alan Rumsey

5. From discourse to syntax and back: The lifecycle of Kuuk Thaayorre ergative
morphology
Pages 1677-1692
Alice Gaby

6. Ordering arguments about: Word order and discourse motivations in the
development and use of the ergative marker in two Australian mixed languages
Pages 1693-1713
Felicity Meakins, Carmel O'Shannessy


Regular Articles

7. Invisible Last Resort: A note on clefts as the underlying source for sluicing
Pages 1714-1726
Jeroen van Craenenbroeck

8. Must in Singapore English
Pages 1727-1737
Zhiming Bao

9. Reference assignment in Dutch: Evidence for the syntax–discourse divide
Pages 1738-1763
Petra B. Schumacher, Maria M. Piñango, Esther Ruigendijk, Sergey Avrutin

10. In support of broad subjects in Hebrew
Pages 1764-1776
Edit Doron, Caroline Heycock

11. The landscape of additive particles—with special reference to the Cantonese
sentence-final particle tim
Pages 1777-1804
Peppina Po-Lun Lee, Hai-Hua Pan

12. How different are expletive and referential pronouns? A parsing perspective
Pages 1805-1820
Yicheng Wu, Stephen Matthews

13. On the cross-linguistic avoidance of rhotic plus high front vocoid sequences
Pages 1821-1844
T.A. Hall, Silke Hamann


Book Reviews

14. P. José Masullo, E. O’Rourke and C.-H. Huang, Editors, Romance Linguistics
2007: Selected Papers from the 37th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages
(LSRL), Pittsburgh, 15–18 March 2007. Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 304.,
John Benjamins (2009) ISBN 978 90 272 48206 vii + 361, Price: $110.00, USD 165.00.
Pages 1845-1849
Frank Nuessel

15. Yaron Matras, Language Contact , Cambridge University Press (2009) 366 pp.,
Price: £23.99, ISBN: 978-0-521-53221-1.
Pages 1850-1852
Evangelia Adamou

16. Sarah M.B. Fagan, German: A Linguistic Introduction , Cambridge University
Press (2009) ISBN 9780521618038 pp. xiv + 317, Price: £21.99.
Pages 1853-1856
Kerstin Hoge


Erratum

17. Erratum to: “Quantifiers, negation, and focus on the left periphery in
Hungarian” [Lingua 119 (2009) 564–591]
Page 1857

18. Erratum to “Quantifiers, negation, and focus on the left periphery in
Hungarian” [Lingua 119 (2009) 564–591]
Pages 1858-1885
István Kenesei


For more information on this Lingua special issue, see:
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/issue/5815-2010-998799992-2009757
or visit the journal homepage at:
http://www.elsevier.com/locate/lingua


Linguistic Field(s): Phonology
                            Syntax
                            Typology
                            Discourse Analysis
                            General Linguistics

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