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Journal Title: Journal of Portuguese Linguistics
Volume/Issue:   12/2
Issue Title: Patterns of verbal and nominal agreement in Portuguese varieties
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: Maria Antόnia Mota & Silvia Rodrigues Vieira
Editorial Statement

Silvia Rodrigues Vieira & Aline Bazenga
Patterns of 3rd person verbal agreement

Silvia F. Brandão
Patterns of agreement within the Noun Phrase

Maria Eugênia Lammoglia Duarte & Filomena Varejão
Null subjects and agreement marks in European and Brazilian Portuguese

Leonardo Marcotulio, Juliana Vianna & Célia Lopes
Agreement patterns with ‘a gente’ in Portuguese

Matilde Miguel & Amália Mendes
Syntactic and semantic issues in sequences of the type (Adjective)-Noun-(Adjective)

Dinah Callou & Juanito Avelar
Ter/haver-constructions and verbal agreement

Maria Antόnia Mota
Variant patterns of Subject-Verb agreement in Portuguese: morphological and phonological issues
Publisher: Association of Editors of the Journal of Portuguese Linguistics
Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
Morphology
Phonology
Semantics
Sociolinguistics
Syntax
Subject Language(s): Portuguese
 
LL Issue: 25.70