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Books: Linguistic Theories: Cornips et al (Eds.)

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  1. paul, Linguistics in the Netherlands 2003: Cornips, Fikkert (Eds.)

Message 1: Linguistics in the Netherlands 2003: Cornips, Fikkert (Eds.)

Date: Wed, 14 Jan 2004 12:53:13 -0500 (EST)
From: paul <>
Subject: Linguistics in the Netherlands 2003: Cornips, Fikkert (Eds.)

Title: Linguistics in the Netherlands 2003
Series Title: Linguistics in the Netherlands 20
Publication Year: 2004
Publisher:	John Benjamins 
Book URL:

Editor: Leonie Cornips, Meertens Institute 
Editor: Paula Fikkert, University of Nijmegen 

Paperback: ISBN: 1588114627, Pages: viii, 225 pp., Price: USD 101.00
Paperback: ISBN: 902723163X, Pages: viii, 225 pp., Price: EUR 84.00


Table of contents

Leonie Cornips and Paula Fikkert v 
Contributors vi 


Participle fronting in Bulgarian as XP-movement 
Hans Broekhuis and Krzysztof Migdalski 1-12 

Forked modality 
Lisa L.-S. Cheng and Rint Sybesma 13-23 

Cylinders, planes, lines and points: Suggestions for a new conception
of the handshape parameter in sign languages
Onno Crasborn 25-32 

A note on conversion in Dutch and German 
Jan Don 33-44 

Particle verbs in early Middle English: The case of up 
Marion Elenbaas 45-57 

This is a yes/no-question? 
Judith Haan and Vincent J. van Heuven 59-70 

Patterns of segmental modification in consonant inventories:
Contrastive vs. redundant systems and phonology vs. phonetics
Frans Hinskens and Jeroen van de Weijer 71-81 

Sentence processing theories and the position of complex constituents
in Dutch texts
Frank Jansen 83-92 

An acoustic study of standard Dutch /v/, /f/, /z/ and /s/ 
Mikhail Kissine, Hans Van de Velde and Roeland van Hout 93-104 

The acquisition of Negative Concord: The case of pas...non plus 
Erica van Lente 105-115 

Verpleegsters, ambassadrices and masseuses: Stratum differences in the
comprehension of Dutch words with feminine agent suffixes
Anneke Neijt, Robert Schreuder and R. Harald Baayen 117-127 

The realisation of final schwa in NK loanword phonology
Sang Jik Rhee 129-140 

Constraints on post-lexical processes in Dutch 
Eddy Ruys and Mieke Trommelen 141-153 

Positions of parentheticals and interjections: A corpus-based approach
Carla Schelfhout, Peter-Arno Coppen and Nelleke Oostdijk 155-166

The structure of Dutch /au/ 
Francine Swets and Marc van Oostendorp 167-176 

"Syntactic ergativity" in Dyirbal and Balinese 
Mario van de Visser 177-188 

Weird polarity indefinites in French 
Evangelia Vlachou 189-200 

Three-dimensional grammar 
Mark de Vries 201-212 

Mutual intelligibility of Chinese, Dutch and American speakers of
Hongyan Wang and Vincent J. van Heuven 213-224

Lingfield(s):	Linguistic Theories 			 

Subject Language(s):	Dutch (Language Code: DUT)
			German (Language Code: GER)
			French (Language Code: FRN)

Areal Regions:	Netherlands

Written In:	English (Language Code: ENG)

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