From: Daniel Davies <ddaviescambridge.org>
Subject: English Language and Linguistics Vol 13, No 1 (2009)
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Journal Title: English Language and Linguistics
Volume Number: 13
Issue Number: 1
Issue Date: 2009
ELL volume 13 issue 1 Cover and Front matter
ELL volume 13 issue 1 Cover and Back matter
Shape-shifting, sound-change and the genesis of prodigal writing systems
Margaret Laing, Roger Lass
Exploring the role of token frequency in phonological change: evidence from
TH-Fronting in east-central Scotland
Lynn Clark, Graeme Trousdale
On the syntactic differences between OE dialects: evidence from the Gospels
Structural persistence: a case based on the grammaticalization of English
adjectives of difference
The consequences of the loss of verb-second in English: information structure
and syntax in interaction
Bettelou Los Radboud
Are clefts contagious in conversation?
Andreea Calude, Steven Miller
Merja Kytö, Mats Rydén and Erik Smitterberg (eds.), Nineteenth-century English:
Stability and change (Studies in English Language). Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press, 2006. Pp. x + 295. ISBN 0-521-86106-3
Thomas Egan, Non-finite complementation: A usage-based study of infinitive and
-ing clauses in English. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi. 2008. Pp. xi + 432.
Laurel J. Brinton and Leslie K. Arnovick, The English language: A linguistic
history. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006. Pp. xx + 522. ISBN 0-19-542205-8.
Elly van Gelderen, A history of the English language. Amsterdam and
Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2006. Pp. xviii + 334. ISBN 90-272-3237-7
Ursula Lenker and Anneli Meurman-Solin (eds.), Connectives in the history of
English (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 283). Amsterdam: John Benjamins,
2007. Pp. viii + 318. ISBN 90-272-4798-6
Subject Language(s): English (eng)
Middle English (enm)
Old English (ang)
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