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Journal Title: Linguistics in the Netherlands
Volume/Issue:   29/
Date: 2012
Table of Contents: 2012. v, 158 pp.

Table of Contents

Articles

Is the Dutch Delay of Principle B Effect Dependent on Verb Type?
Saskia van den Akker, John Hoeks, Jennifer Spenader and Petra Hendriks 1–14

A First Glance at the Role of Length in Production and Perception of Diphthongs before Dutch Coda l
Janine Berns and Haike Jacobs 15–26

Deaccentuation in Dutch as a Second Language: Where Does the Accent Go To?
Johanneke Caspers, Evelyn Bosma, Frida Kramm and Polona Reya 27–40

Neuter Gender in a Sexless Language: The Case of Zulu
Merijn de Dreu and Leston Buell 41–54

Can Speech Pitch Perception be Measured Language-Independently?
Willemijn Heeren, Andrei A. Avram, Anna Cardinaletti, Martine Coene and Francesca Volpato 55–67

Obviation Properties of the D-Pronoun in Dutch
Jacqueline van Kampen 68–81

V-Stranding Ellipsis and Verbal Identity: The Role of Polarity Focus
Anikó Lipták 82–96

Subject Interpretation of Object Questions by Dutch 5-Year-Olds: The Role of Number Agreement in Comprehension
Marijke Metz, Angeliek van Hout and Heather van der Lely 97–110

The 12321 Model of Dutch Spelling Acquisition
Anneke Neijt, Mijntje Peters and Johan Zuidema 111–122

Thinking in the Right Direction: An Ellipsis Analysis of Right-Dislocation
Dennis Ott and Mark de Vries 123–134

Against a Minimal–Augmented Analysis of Number
Kees de Schepper 134–146

Easy to (Re)Analyse: Tough-Constructions in Minimalism
Jan-Wouter Zwart 147–158
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): Phonology
Syntax
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Dutch
Zulu
 
LL Issue: 23.4756