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TOC: Linguistics in the Netherlands 28 (2011)

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        1.     Paul Peranteau , Linguistics in the Netherlands Vol. 28 (2011)


Message 1: Linguistics in the Netherlands Vol. 28 (2011)
Date: 04-Nov-2011
From: Paul Peranteau <paulbenjamins.com>
Subject: Linguistics in the Netherlands Vol. 28 (2011)
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Publisher: John Benjamins
http://www.benjamins.com/

Journal Title: Linguistics in the Netherlands Volume Number: 28 Issue Number: Issue Date: 2011


Main Text:

2011. ix, 137 pp.

Table of Contents

Foreword v

Obituary vii

Doubling PPs in Flemish dialectsLobke Aelbrecht and Marcel den Dikken1–13

Squat, zero and no/nothing : Syntactic negation vs. Semantic negationKaren De Clercq14–24

Negative polarity in morphology: The case of Frisian FOLLE ‘much, many’ ascompared to Dutch VEELEric Hoekstra25–37

The Path is the Goal: On the goal postposition út in Modern West FrisianJarich Hoekstra38–49

Doch, toch and wel on the tableLotte Hogeweg, Stefanie Ramachers and Verena Wottrich50–60

The syntax of correlatives in New Testament GreekAllison Kirk61–73

New changes in English: A diachronic perspective on the relation betweennewness and syntaxErwin R. Komen74–85

Attributive possession in the languages of South AmericaOlga Krasnoukhova86–98

Iconicity of sequence in source and goal encoding in two Papuan languages ofsouth-east IndonesiaAntoinette Schapper99-111

Input-Reduplicant correspondence in LetiMarjoleine Sloos and Aone van Engelenhoven112–124

Evidentiality. Dutch seem and appear verbs: blijken, lijken, schijnenMaurice Vliegen125–137


Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics                             Morphology                             Semantics                             Syntax
Subject Language(s): Dutch (nld)                             English (eng)                             Frisian, Eastern (frs)                             Frisian, Northern (frr)                             Frisian, Western (fri)                             Greek, Ancient (grc)                             Leti (lti)                             Leti (leo)                             Vlaams (vls) Language Family(ies): Central Papuan                             East Papuan                             Papuan Tip                             West Papuan

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