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2011. Preposition Placement in English: A usage-based approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
2010. “White Kenyan English”. In D. Schreier, P.Trudgill, E.Schneider and J.P. Williams, eds. The Lesser-known Varieties of English. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
2008. “English relative clauses and Construction Grammar: A topic which preposition placement can shed light on?” In G. Trousdale and N. Gisborne, eds. Constructional Explanations in English Grammar. Berlin : Mouton de Gruyter, 77-112.
2007. “'I need data which I can rely on': Corroborating empirical evidence on preposition placement in English relative clauses” In S. Featherston and W. Sternefeld, eds. Roots: Linguistics in Search of its Evidential Base. Berlin : Mouton de Gruyter, 161-183.
2007. “Complements versus adjuncts: A Construction Grammar approach of English prepositional phrases”. Occasional Papers in Language and Linguistics (University of Nairobi) 3: 92-119.
2007. 'Good is good and bad is bad: but how do we know which one we had?' Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 3,1: 87-98.
2006. 'Corpora and introspection as corroborating evidence: The case of preposition placement in English relative clauses'. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 2,2: 165-195.
2005. 'Variable vs. categorical effects: Preposition pied piping and stranding in British English relative clauses'. Journal of English Linguistics, 33,3: 257-297.
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|Dissertation Abstract:||Preposition Pied Piping and Stranding in British and Kenyan English: An experimental- and corpus-based construction grammar analysis|
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