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Title: Proceedings of ConSOLE XIII
Edited By: Sylvia Blaho
Erik Schoorlemmer
Luis Vicente
URL: http://sole.leidenuniv.nl/index.php3?m=14&c=24
Description:

PROCEEDINGS OF ConSOLE XIII

Sylvia Blaho, Erik Schoorlemmer & Luis Vicente (eds.)
ISSN 1574-499X
Published in 2005
Freely downloadable at http://sole.leidenuniv.nl/index.php3?m=14&c=24

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1-16
Jakub Dotlačil
Non-local binding in Slavic languages and restructuring

17-37
Jakub Fast
Structurally underspecified semantics for distributive plural predication:
respectively constructions in lexical resource semantics

39-65
Tomohiro Fujii
Cycle, linearization of chains, and multiple case checking

67-89
Scott Fults
Matching and raising compared

91-105
Yukio Furukawa
Why can bare NPs in Japanese have universal readings in certain environments?

107-120
Nino Grillo
Minimality effects in agrammatic comprehension

121-133
Manami Hirayama
Place asymmetry and markedness of labials in Japanese: evidence for loanwords

135-155
Janneke Huitink
Analyzing anankastic conditionals and sufficiency modals

157-169
Jiro Inaba
Extraposition and the directionality of movement

171-195
Zoltan Kiss
Graduality and closedness in consonantal phonotactics: a perceptually
grounded approach

197-210
Sara Mackenzie
Similarity and contrast in consonant harmony systems

211-229
Emar Maier
De re and de se in quantified belief reports

231-248
Franc Marušič and Rok Zaučer
On phonologically null verbs: go and beyond

249-272
Heather Newell
Bracketing paradoxes and particle verbs: a late adjunction analysis

273-285
Jennifer Rose Nycz
The dynamics of Near Merger in accommodation

287-311
Leendert Plug
Phonetic reduction and categorization in exemplar-based representation:
observations on a Dutch discourse marker

313-330
Lisa Rochman
The role of intonation in floating quantifiers

331-352
Björn Rothstein
(More) readings of the German present perfect

353-375
Martin Salzmann
On an alternative to long A'-movement in German and Dutch

377-401
Hiroyuki Uchida
Indefinites: an extra-argument-slot analysis

Publication Year: 2006
Publisher: Leiden University Centre for Linguistics
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Linguistic Field(s): Linguistic Theories
Phonetics
Phonology
Semantics
Syntax
Subject Language(s): Dutch
German
Japanese
Language Family(ies): Slavic Subgroup
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Versions:
Format: Electronic
ISBN: 1574499X
ISBN-13: N/A
Pages: 401
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