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Journal Title: Journal of French Language Studies
Volume/Issue:   16/2
Date: 2006
Table of Contents: The Myth of Structured Obsolescence
by David Hornsby
pp 125-146

Quelque Part: du spatial au non spatial en passant par l'indétermination et la partition
by Francine Gerhard-Krait, Georges Kleiber
pp 147-166

Le fonctionnement du pronom adverbial y et la concurrence entre y, là et là-bas en emploi spatial
by Lise Richter Lorentzen
pp 167-185

Le Fonctionnement du Pronom Adverbial y et la Concurrence Entre y, là et là-bas en Emploi Spatial
by Lise Richter Lorentzen
pp 167-185

Language Lite? Learning French Vocabulary in School
by James Milton
pp 187-205

The Linguistic Assimilation of Flemish Immigrants in Lille (1800–1914)
by Tim Pooley
pp 207-233

Coveney, Aidan, Hintze, Marie-Anne and Sanders, Carol (eds), Variation et francophonie. Mélanges édités en hommage à Gertrud Aub-Buscher. Collection ‘Sémantiques’. Paris: Editions l'Harmattan, 2004, 371 pp. 2 7475 6804 0
by Nigel Armstrong
pp 235-237

Von Münchow, Patricia, Les journaux télévisés en France et en Allemagne: plaisir de voir ou devoir de s'informer? Paris: Presses de la Sorbonne nouvelle, 2004, 258 pp. 2 85874 300 9
by Hugh Dauncey
pp 237-238

Kerbrat-Orecchioni, Catherine, Le discours en interaction, Collection U, Lettres, Linguistique. Paris: Armand Colin, 2005, 365 pp. 2 200 26513 1
by Zsuzsanna Fagyal
pp 238-239

Gapany, Joël, Formes et fonctions des relatives en français: étude syntaxique et sémantique. (Sciences pour la Communication, 73). Berne: Peter Lang, 2004, xi + 206 pp. 3 03910 098 X
by Tim Lewis
pp 240-243

Pooley, Tim, Language, Dialect and Identity in Lille (Studies in Linguistics and Semiotics 19A, 19B). Lewiston/Queenston/Lampeter: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2004, xvi + 745 pp. (2 vols), 0 7734 6425 5 (v.1), 0 7734 6427 1 (v.2)
by Anthony Lodge
pp 243-245

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
 
LL Issue: 17.2476