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Journal Title: English Language and Linguistics
Volume/Issue:   14 / 2
Table of Contents: 'Will': tense or modal or both?
by RaphaelSalkie
pp 187-215

Expressions of futurity in contemporary English: a Construction Grammar perspective
by AlexanderTh.Bergs
pp 217-238

Beyond aspect: will be -ing and shall be -ing
by Agn├ĘsCelle, NicholasSmith
pp 239-269

The development of future time expressions in Late Modern English: redistribution of forms or change in discourse?
by NadjaNesselhauf
pp 163-186

Future time reference expressed by 'be to' in Present-day English
by RenaatDeclerck
pp 271-291

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Historical Linguistics
LL Issue: 21.2537