LINGUIST List 31.1732

Fri May 22 2020

TOC: English Language and Linguistics 24 / 1 (2020)

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Date: 15-Apr-2020
From: Rachel Tonkin <rtonkincambridge.org>
Subject: English Language and Linguistics Vol. 24, No. 1 (2020)
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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Journal Title: English Language and Linguistics
Volume Number: 24
Issue Number: 1
Issue Date: 2020


Main Text:

On the givenness of OV word order: a (re)examination of OV/VO variation in Old English
Tara Struik, Ans Kemenade
1-22

Analogy, reanalysis and exaptation in Early Middle English: the emergence of a new inflectional system
Raffaela Baechler
123-152

The basic valency orientation of Old English and the causative ja-formation: a synchronic and diachronic approach
Luisa García
153-177

A multifactorial analysis of contact-induced change in speech reporting in written White South African English (WSAfE)
Haidee Kruger, Bertus Rooy
179-209

The quh-/wh- switch: an empirical account of the anglicisation of a Scots variant in Scotland during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries
Sarah Eyndhoven, Lynn Clark
211-236

Transatlantic perspectives on variation in negative expressions
Claire Childs, Christopher Harvey, Karen Corrigan, Sali Tagliamonte
23-47

Minna Palander-Collin, Maura Ratia and Irma Taavitsainen (eds.), Diachronic developments in English news discourse (Advances in Historical Sociolinguistics 6). Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2017. Pp. vii + 301. ISBN 9789027200853.
Matylda Włodarczyk
237-242

Paul Baker, American and British English: Divided by a common language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017. Pp. xiii + 264. ISBN 1107088863 Hardback, ISBN 1107460881 Paperback.
Gunnel Tottie
243-248

Alexandra D’Arcy, Discourse-pragmatic variation in context: Eight hundred years of like. (Studies in Language Companion Series 187). Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2017. Pp. xx+235. ISBN 9789027259523 (hardback).
Lauren Squires
249-255

Thomas Brunner, Simplicity and typological effects in the emergence of New Englishes: The noun phrase in Singaporean and Kenyan English (Topics in English Linguistics, TiEL 97). Berlin: De Gruyter, 2017. Pp. xix+341. ISBN 9783110516593 (hardback).
Steffen Schaub
256-262

Elisabeth Bruckmaier, Getting at get in World Englishes: A corpus-based semasiological-syntactic analysis (Topics in English Linguistics 95). Berlin and Boston: De Gruyter, 2017. Pp. xvi + 328. ISBN 9783110495997.
Gaëtanelle Gilquin
263-267

Same difference: the phonetic shape of High Rising Terminals in London
Erez Levon
49-73

Phrasal compounds can have adjectival heads: evidence from English
Christine Günther, Sven Kotowski, Ingo Plag
75-95

Access Open access Volume 24, Issue 1 March 2020 , pp. 97-121 Analogy-driven change: the emergence and development of mirative end up constructions in American English
Mario Serrano-Losada
97-121

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