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Journal Title: University of Pennyslvania Working Papers in Linguistics
Volume/Issue:   18/1
Issue Title: Proceedings of the 35th Annual Penn Linguistics Colloquium.
Date: 2012
Table of Contents: The Penn Linguistics Club is pleased to announce the publication of U. Penn
Working Papers in Linguistics 18.1: Proceedings of the 35th Annual Penn
Linguistics Colloquium. This issue of PWPL is available in free online form only.
The issue can be accessed for free at:

http://repository.upenn.edu/pwpl/vol18/iss1/

Ellipsis as Movement and Silence: Evidence from French
Marc Authier

Morphology-Syntax Interface: The Relation Between Prefixes of Brazilian
Portuguese and Argument Structure
Indaiá Bassani

Syntax and Prosody in Kashaya Phrasal Accent
Eugene Buckley and John Gluckman

Null Subject Behavior in the Attrition of Brazilian Portuguese
Tammer Castro

Clitic Left Dislocation in Absence of Clitics: a Study in Trilingual Acquisition
Megan Devlin, Raffaella Folli, Alison Henry, and Christina Sevdali

Numerical cognition among speakers of the Jarawara language: A pilot study and
methodological implication
Caleb Everett

The Role of Negative and Positive Evidence in Adult Phonological Learning
Sara Finley

-Nibud’ Pronouns in Irrealis Infinitivals: Structure and Licensing
Natalia Fitzgibbons

Redevelopment of a Morphological Class
Josef T. Fruehwald

On the Role of Experiencer in the Interaction of Aspect and Unaccusativity in
Russian
Zhanna Glushan

Is There a Difference between ‘You’ and ‘I’? A Psycholinguistic Investigation of the
Chinese Reflexive Ziji
Xiao He and Elsi Kaiser

Vowel Harmony in Mbili Verbs
Zenghong Jia

Semantic Effects on Pronouns and Reflexives in Picture-NPs: Similarities and
Differences
Elsi Kaiser and Monica Do

Why Short-form Functional Reading Answers are Not Possible in Multiple Wh-
questions
Jungmin Kang

An Asymmetric Theory of Korean Ditransitives: Evidence from Idioms
Lan Kim

Toward a Phase Account of Dependent Case
Ivona Kučerová

Prosody and semantics of the focus particles always and only in Korean:
Theoretical implications from a perception experiment
Yong-cheol Lee and Satoshi Nambu

The indefinite article – Indefinite? – Article?
Thomas Leu

The Information Structure of Subject Extraposition in Early New High German
Caitlin Light

Change in Prosody as an Alternative: Evidence from Acquisition
Roksolana Mykhaylyk

Syntactic Positions of Bare NPs in Turkish: Some Implications from Aspect and
Prosody
Miho Nagai and Öner Özçelik

Using salience and hypothesis evaluation to learn object names in real time
Jon Stevens


Josef Fruehwald
Issue Editor, PWPL 18.1
Publisher: Penn Linguistics Club
Linguistic Field(s): Morphology
Phonology
Psycholinguistics
Semantics
Syntax
Cognitive Science
Subject Language(s): Bambili-Bambui
French
German
Jaruára
Kashaya
Korean
Portuguese
Turkish
 
LL Issue: 23.2399