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LINGUIST List 19.3313

Fri Oct 31 2008

TOC: Linguistics in the Netherlands 25 (2008)

Editor for this issue: Fatemeh Abdollahi <fatemehlinguistlist.org>

        1.    Paul Peranteau, Linguistics in the Netherlands Vol 25 (2008)

Message 1: Linguistics in the Netherlands Vol 25 (2008)
Date: 30-Oct-2008
From: Paul Peranteau <paulbenjamins.com>
Subject: Linguistics in the Netherlands Vol 25 (2008)
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Publisher: John Benjamins

Journal Title: Linguistics in the Netherlands
Volume Number: 25
Issue Number:
Issue Date: 2008

Main Text:

Linguistics in the Netherlands 2008

Edited by Marjo van Koppen and Bert Botma
Utrecht University / Leiden University

Linguistics in the Netherlands 25

2008. 190 pp.

Paperback – In stock
978 90 272 3168 0 / EUR 106.00 / USD 159.00

The 39th annual meeting of the Linguistic Society of the Netherlands took place
in Utrecht on February 2nd, 2008. The aim of the annual meetings is to provide
members with the opportunity to report on their ongoing research.

At this year’s meeting, 91 papers were presented, of which 24 were submitted to
the present volume. This volume contains a selection of these papers, which
present an overview of current research in a variety of fields in linguistics.


Table of contents

Foreword v

Contributors vii–viii


Pauses as indicators in story structure (Benin)
Marjolijn Aalders Grool 1–12

Predicting intelligibility and perceived linguistic distance by means of the
Levenshtein algorithm
Karin Beijering, Charlotte Gooskens and Wilbert Heeringa 13–24

The Early Surinamese Creoles in the Suriname Creole Archive (SUCA)
Margot van den Berg and Adrienne Bruyn 25–36

VP-Internal DPs and Right-Dislocation in Zulu
Leston Buell 37–49

How universal is the Universal Grinder?
Lisa L.S. Cheng, Jenny Doetjes and Rint Sybesma 50–62

Proper names used as Common Nouns in Belgian Dutch and German
Karen De Clercq 63–74

Preposition stranding in development
Peter Coopmans and Rianne Schippers 75–86

Preliminary remarks on object-marking in Makalero
Juliette Huber 87–96

Language Attrition in Dutch Emigrants in Anglophone Canada: Internally or
externally-induced change?
Merel Keijzer 97–108

NPI-licensing and dependent tense in Serbian
Nataša Milicević 109–120

Czech modal existential wh-constructions as vP-level free relatives
Radek Simík 121–132

Intensive plurality: Hausa pluractional verbs and degree semantics
Kateřina Součková and Malami Buba 133–144

Mutual intelligibility of Chinese dialects tested functionally
Chaoju Tang and Vincent J. van Heuven 145–156

The encoding of adjectives
Annemarie Verkerk and Sander Lestrade 157–168

The placement of bare plural subjects in Dutch
Jorrig Vogels and Monique J.A. Lamers 169–180

Linguistic Field(s): Syntax
                            General Linguistics
                            Linguistic Theories

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