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Journal Title: SKY Journal of Linguistics
Volume/Issue:   25/
Date: 2012
Table of Contents: Contents

External Reviewers of SKY JoL 25 (2012)
5

Gabriela Alboiu and Virginia Hill
Early Modern Romanian and Wackernagel’s Law
7

Pauli Brattico
Structural Case Assignment and Phi-Agreement in Finnish
29

Brian Fell
Applicatives and Incorporation in Ubykh
61

Mikko Heikkilä
Kaleva and his Sons from Kalanti – On the Etymology of Certain Names in
Finnic Mythology
93

Nivedita Kumari and S. Devaki Reddy
(In)directness of Requesting in Hindi
125

Helena Metslang
On the Case-Marking of Existential Subjects in Estonian
151

Johanna Viimaranta
Analogy or Conceptual Metaphor? Coming Concretely and Abstractly
Close in Uses of the Russian Prefix pod-
205

Inka Wissner
Les grands corpus du français moderne : des outils pour étudier le lexique
diatopiquement marqué ?
233

Squibs:

Kalyanamalini Sahoo
Telicity vs. Perfectivity: A Case Study of Odia Complex Predicates
273

Book Reviews:

La Fauci, Nunzio & Mirto, Ignazio M. (2010 [2003]) Fare. Elementi di
sintassi. Compte rendu de Samuel Bidaud
285

Response by Kalle Korhonen to the Response of Maria Kela in SKY JoL 24
(2011)
291

Rice, Curt and Sylvia Blaho (eds.) (2009) Modeling Ungrammaticality in
Optimality Theory. Reviewed by Michael T. Putnam
293
Publisher: Linguistic Association of Finland
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
 
LL Issue: 24.878