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Title: The myth of the complete sentence – a response to Traugott
Author: ALEXANDER BERGS
Author: Alexander Bergs
Author: Thomas Hoffmann
Linguistic Field: Historical Linguistics
Subject Language: English
Abstract: This brief response to Elizabeth Closs Traugott's contribution ‘“Insubordination” in the light of the Uniformitarian Principle’ could begin with John Lennon: ‘Imagine there is no. . . sentence.’

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