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Journal Title: Journal of Germanic Linguistics
Volume/Issue:   22/4
Table of Contents: Guest Editors' Preface
by Roel M. Vismans, Matthias Hüning, Fred Weerman
pp 297-299

Between Pre-German and Pre-English: The Origin of Dutch
by Anthony Buccini
pp 301-314

Another Frisianism in Coastal Dutch: Traam, Treem, Triem ‘Crossbeam’
by Michiel de Vaan
pp 315-335

Strong-Verb Paradigm Leveling in Four Germanic Languages: A Category Frequency Approach
by Antje Dammel, Jessica Nowak, Mirjam Schmuck
pp 337-359

On the Emergence of an Eighth Ablaut Class in German and Dutch
by Jessica Nowak
pp 361-380

Adverbial Morphology: How Dutch and German are Moving Away from English
by Janneke Diepeveen, Freek van de Velde
pp 381-402

Laryngeal Systems in Dutch, English, and German: A Contrastive Phonological Study on Second and Third Language Acquisition
by Ellen Simon, Torsten Leuschner
pp 403-424

Shallow Versus Deep Footprints in Pseudo-Word Grapheme-to-Phoneme Conversion: Dutch and English
by Susanne R. Borgwaldt, Patrick Bolger, Emőke Jakab
pp 425-443

Determiner Omission in Dutch Agrammatic Aphasia: Different from German, Similar to English?
by Esther Ruigendijk
pp 445-459

Combining Modal Particles in German and Dutch
by Natalie Braber, Nicola McLelland
pp 461-482

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Dutch
English
Frisian, Western
Frankish
Frisian, Northern
Frisian, Eastern
Plautdietsch
Swedish
Mainfränkisch
 
LL Issue: 21.4980