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Journal Title: Journal of Germanic Linguistics
Volume/Issue:   21 / 2
Date: 2009
Table of Contents: Post-Vernacular Language Use in a Low German Linguistic Community
by Gertrud Reershemius
pp 131-147

Coding and Word Order of Sentences with Dummy-es in a Valency Dictionary for English-Speaking Learners of German
by Ian F. Roe
pp 193-210

Advanced Learners’ Use of Dutch Second Person Pronouns During Residence Abroad
by Roel M. Vismans
pp 211-230

Linguistic Purism, Protectionism, and Nationalism in the Germanic Languages Today
by Nicola McLelland
pp 93-112

A Linguistic Hermeneutic Approach to Paul Rohrbach's Kriegsbotschaften
by Felicity Rash
pp 113-130

Conditional Constructions: The Special Case of Modern Dutch mits
by Saskia Daalder
pp 231-248

Wie wär's mit einem richtigen Mädelsabend? Plural -s within Compounds in Colloquial Northern German
by Carol Fehringer
pp 149-165

Cleft Sentences: Form, Function, and Translation
by Klaus Fischer
pp 167-191

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Dutch
LL Issue: 20.1938