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Journal Title: English Language and Linguistics
Volume/Issue:   14 / 3
Table of Contents: Same time, across time: simultaneity clauses from Late Modern to Present-Day English
by CristianoBroccias, NicholasSmith
pp 347-371

A constructional taxonomy of I think and related expressions: accounting for the variability of complement-taking mental predicates
by JulieVan Bogaert
pp 399-427

The functions of weorðan and its loss in the past tense in Old and Middle English
by PeterPetré
pp 457-484

A treasury of Englishes
by GunnelMelchers
pp 485-506

Verbo-nominal constructions of necessity with þearf n. and need n.: competition and grammaticalization from OE to eModE
by LucíaLoureiro-Porto
pp 373-397

Modeling diachronic change in the third person singular: a multifactorial, verb- and author-specific exploratory approach
by StefanTh.Gries, MartinHilpert
pp 293-320

Laryngeal assimilation in Buchan Scots
by IslamYoussef
pp 321-345

Reconsidering the syntax of non-canonical negative inversion
by JessicaWhite-Sustaita
pp 429-455

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
Morphology
Phonetics
Phonology
Subject Language(s): English
Scots
English, Middle
English, Old
 
LL Issue: 21.4279