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Morphology and the Interfaces.
York Papers in Linguistics: Papers from the 5th York-Essex Morphology Meeting.
York Papers in Linguistics. Series 2, Volume 9
Proceedings of the International Conference in Greek Linguistics 7.
York Papers in Linguistics, Papers from the Third York-Holland Symposium on the History of English Syntax.
York Papers in Linguistics, Papers from the First York-Essex Morphology Meeting (YEMM).
Teaching Greek as a second/foreign language in the Center for the Study of the Hellenic Language and Culture at the University of Ioannina (to appear).
The contribution of the Center for the Hellenic Language and Culture at the University of Ioannina for the city of Ioannina (to appear).
Modeling language evolution: Aromanian, an endangered language in Greece
Introduction: Morphology and its interfaces.
The effects of vocabulary entries organisation in Distributed Morphology on verb classification in Modern Greek
An overview of verb classification in Greek: Problems for Distributed Morphology
Word formation: syntax-morphology interface: Evidence from the theme vowels in Modern Greek
The organisation of vocabulary entries in Distributed Morphology
The status of the vocabulary in Distributed Morphology
Distributed Morphology and Vocabulary Organisation
So, word formation: syntax or morphology? Formation of stems in Modern Greek.
An analysis of the augment in Modern Greek within Distributed Morphology
Suffixes and DM: Voice in Modern Greek
Distributed Morphology and suppletive vs non-suppletive stem formation in Modern Greek
Word formation: syntax or morphology?
An analysis of theme vowels in Modern Greek within Distributed Morphology
Allomorphy: theme vowels in Modern Greek
The morphosyntax of the verbal forms in Modern Greek
Morphology and Language History: In honour of Harold Koch by Bowern, Evans and Miceli (to appear).
Morphology at the Interfaces: Reduplication and Noun incorportation in Uto-Aztecan by Haugen (to appear).
Syntax of the Modern Greek verbal system. The use of the forms, particularly in combination with tha and na by Hesse.
Greek: A comprehensive grammar of the Modern Greek language by Holton, Mackridge and Philippaki-Warburton.
Pre- and protomorphology: Early phases of morphological development in nouns and verbs by Voeikova and Dressler
The Grammar of Words: An Introduction to Linguistic Morphology by Booij.
The Unaccusativity Puzzle; Explorations of the Syntax-Lexicon Interface by Alexiadou, Anagnostopoulou and Everaert (Eds.)
Tense and Aspect: from semantics to morphosyntax by Giorgi and Pianesi
Syntactic heads and word formation. by Julien.
Understanding Morphology by Haspelmath
Syntax: a generative introduction by Carnie.
Handbook of morphology by Spencer and Zwicky (Eds.).
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Morphology and its Interfaces
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Morphology and its Interfaces
Teaching Greek as a second/foreign language
English 1: Phonology-phonetics
English 2: Morphology
English 3: Syntax
English 4: Semantics
English for mechanical engineers (1+2)
English for computer scientists (1+2)
Child Language Acquisition
Issues in Language Acquisition
Structure of Present-day English
Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar
Formal Semantics, Introduction to Syntactic Theory
Introduction to Phonetics, morphology, syntax, semantics, discourse analysis
Introduction to Linguistics (Phonetics, Syntax, Semantics, Sociolinguistics)
|Dissertation Abstract:||The Morphosyntax of Verbs in Modern Greek|
Review of Spencer & Zwicky, Handbook of Morphology
(LL Issue 12.3096)
Syntax: Carnie (2002) (LL Issue 13.1745)
Morphology/Syntax: Julien (2003) (LL Issue 14.1639)
Semantics/Morphosyntax: Giorgi & Pianesi (1997) (LL Issue 14.2340)
Morphology: Haspelmath (2002) (LL Issue 13.3127)
Syntax: Alexiadou et al., ed. (2003) (LL Issue 15.3212)
Morphology/Textbooks: Booij (2005) (LL Issue 16.2337)
Lang Acquisition/Morphology: Voeikova & Dressler (2002) (LL Issue 17.360)
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Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Greek Linguistics
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