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Journal Title: Journal of French Language Studies
Volume/Issue:   27 / 3
Date: 2017
Table of Contents: Definite il y a-clefts in spoken French
by Lyan Verwimp, Karen Lahousse
pp 263-290

‘Exception française’: splendeurs et misères of a formula
by Bert Peeters
pp 291-308

Social media, spontaneous writing and dictation. Spelling variation
by Louise-Amelie Cougnon, Lenais Maskens, Sophie Roekhaut, Cedrick Fairon
pp 309-327

Encadrement discursif et postposition du sujet : l’éclairage des contes oraux1
by Janice Carruthers, Anne Draoulec
pp 329-353

The impact of pragmatic markers and hedging on sentence comprehension: a case study of comme and genre
by Inga Hennecke
pp 355-380

A concept-oriented analysis of future-time reference in native and near-native Hexagonal French
by Amanda Edmonds, Aarnes Gudmestad, Bryan Donaldson
pp 381-404

French il y a clefts, existential sentences and the Focus-Marking Hypothesis
by Lena Karssenberg
pp 405-430

French in early modern Norwich
by Christopher Joby
pp 431-451

Olga Galatanu, Ana-Maria Cozma et Virginie Marie (dir.), Sens et signification dans les espaces francophones: la construction discursive du concept de francophonie. (GRAMM-R, Études de linguistique française, 19.) Bruxelles: Peter Lang, 2013, 244 pp. 978 2 87574 086 1 (broché), 978 3 0352 6393-0 (numérique)
by Ingse Skattum
pp 453-455

Galatanu Olga , Bellachhab Abdelhadi et Cozma Ana-Maria (dir.), Sens et signification dans les espaces francophones: La (re-)construction discursive des significations. (GRAMM-R: Études de linguistique française, 32.) Bruxelles: Peter Lang, 2016, 205 pp. 978 2 87574 333 6 (broché), 978 3 0352 6610 8 (numérique)
by Ingse Skattum
pp 455-457

Valdman Albert , Haitian Creole: Structure, variation, status, origin. Sheffield: Equinox, 2015, xviii + 477 pp. 978 1 84553 387 8 (hardback), 978 1 84553 388 5 (paperback)
by Benjamin Hebblethwaite
pp 458-460

Guijarro-Fuentes Pedro , Schmitz Katrin and Müller Natascha (eds), The Acquisition of French in Multilingual Contexts. (Second Language Acquisition, 94.) Bristol: Multilingual Matters, 2016, xv + 268 pp. 978 1 78309 452 3 (hardcover), 978 1 78309 454 7 (eBook)
by Christina Lindqvist
pp 460-462

Milliaressi Tatiana et Vogeleer Svetlana (dir.), Aspectualité et modalité lexicales. (Lexique, 22.) Villeneuve d'Ascq: Presses universitaires du Septentrion, 2015, 256 pp. 978 2 7574 1142 1 (broché)
by Laura Baranzini
pp 462-463

Paternostro Roberto , Diversité des accents et enseignement du français: Les parlers jeunes en région parisienne. (Collection [email protected]) Paris: L'Harmattan, 2016, 210 pp. 978 2 343 08297 4 (broché)
by Mathieu Avanzi
pp 464-466

Mari Alda , Modalités et temps: Des modèles aux données. (Sciences pour la communication, 109.) Bern: Peter Lang, 2015, xii + 249 pp. 978 3 0343 1383 4 (broché), 978 3 0351 9866 9 (EPUB), 978 3 0352 0280 9 (PDF)
by Patrick Caudal
pp 466-467

JFL volume 27 issue 3 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f2

JFL volume 27 issue 3 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b2

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
 
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