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LINGUIST List 21.4817

Tue Nov 30 2010

TOC: Diachronica 27/3 (2010)

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        1.     Paul Peranteau , Diachronica Vol. 27, No. 3 (2010)

Message 1: Diachronica Vol. 27, No. 3 (2010)
Date: 28-Nov-2010
From: Paul Peranteau <paulbenjamins.com>
Subject: Diachronica Vol. 27, No. 3 (2010)
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Publisher: John Benjamins
http://www.benjamins.com/

Journal Title: Diachronica
Volume Number: 27
Issue Number: 3
Issue Date: 2010


Main Text:

Diachronica 27:3

2010. iii, 152 pp.
Table of contents

Articles / Aufsätze

The grammaticalization of prospective aspect in a group of Neo-Aramaic dialects
Eleanor Coghill 359–410

A case study in grammaticalized inflectional morphology: Origin and development
of the Germanic weak preterite
Eugen Hill 411–458

Parallel System Borrowing: Parallel morphological systems due to the borrowing of
paradigms
Maarten Kossmann 459–488

Reviews / Comptes rendus / Besprechungen

Genitives in early English: Typology and evidence. By Cynthia Allen
Reviewed by Östen Dahl 489–496

Constructions and Language Change. Edited by Alexander Bergs & Gabriele
Diewald
Reviewed by Matthew L. Juge 497–504

Editorial

Joe’s Jottings 505–507

Contents of Volume 27 509–510


Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Assyrian Neo-Aramaic (aii)
                            Western Neo-Aramaic (amw)
                            Bohtan Neo-Aramaic (bhn)
                            Barzani Jewish Neo-Aramaic (bjf)
                            Chaldean Neo-Aramaic (cld)
                            English (eng)
                            Senaya (syn)
Language Family(ies): Germanic

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