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Academic Paper

Title: Coding causal–noncausal verb alternations: A form–frequency correspondence explanation – Corrigendum
Author: Martin Haspelmath
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Institution: Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Author: Andreea Simona Calude
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Institution: University of Reading
Author: Michael Spagnol
Institution: University of Malta
Author: Heiko Narrog
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Institution: Tohoku University
Author: Elíf Bamyaci
Institution: Universität Würzburg
Linguistic Field: General Linguistics


This article appears IN Journal of Linguistics Vol. 50, Issue 3.

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