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Journal Title: Linguistics in the Netherlands
Volume/Issue:   30 /
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: 2013. iv, 213 pp.

Table of Contents

Articles

Children's ability to use speaker certainty in learning novel words
Myrthe Bergstra, Hannah de Mulder and Peter Coopmans
1-12

Velar variation in French
Janine Berns
13-27

Modeling metrical stress acquisition through alignment constraint induction
Jeroen Breteler
28-45

A fraction too much friction: The phonological status of voiced fricatives
Bert Botma and Marijn van 't Veer
46-60

Verbal inflection errors in child L1: Syntax of phonology?
Simone Buijs, Sabine van Reijen and Fred Weerman
61-72

On the acquisition of daar and er
Chantal van Dijk and Peter Coopmans
73-88

The effect of prescriptivism on comparative markers in spoken Dutch
Ferdy Hubers and Heleen de Hoop
89-101

Sluicing inside relatives: The case of Gungbe
Anikó Lipták and Enoch O. Aboh
102-118

Rethinking the distribution of English finite clausal complements: Evidence from complementiser-how clauses
Rachel Nye
119-130

Tracking reference with null subjects
Manuela Pinto
131-145

Do speakers of Dutch use their knowledge of German while processing written Danish words?
Femke Swarte, Anja Schüppert and Charlotte Gooskens
146-159

Locality and right-dislocation
Mark de Vries
160-172

Information structural transfer in advanced Dutch EFL writing: A cross-linguistic longitudinal study
Sanne van Vuuren
173-187

Acquiring markedness constraints: The case of French
Jeroen van de Weijer and Maroleine Sloos
188-200

Effects of immediate repetition at different stages of consecutive interpreting training: An experimental study
Wenting Yu and Vincent J. van Heuven
201-213
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
General Linguistics
Psycholinguistics
Sociolinguistics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Danish
Dutch
English
French
German
Gun
Hungarian
Italian
 
LL Issue: 24.4735