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Journal Title: Journal of French Language Studies
Volume/Issue:   24 / 1
Date: 2014
Table of Contents: Introduction to the special issue: ‘Negation and Clitics in French: Interaction and Variation’
by Elisabeth Stark, Charlotte Meisner, Harald Völker
pp 1-7

French imperatives, negative ne, and non-subject clitics
by Paul Rowlett
pp 29-47

Prefixal agreement and impersonal ‘il’ in Spoken French: Experimental evidence
by JENNIFER CULBERTSON, Geraldine Legendre
pp 83-105

On expletive subject pronoun drop in Colloquial French
by Michael Zimmermann, Georg A. Kaiser
pp 107-126

Synchronic variation in the expression of French negation: A Distributed Morphology approach
by Charlotte Meisner, Natascha Pomino
pp 9-28

Intralinguistic and extralinguistic variation factors in Old French negation with ne-Ø, ne-mie, ne-pas and ne-point across different text types
by Lene Schøsler, Harald Völker
pp 127-153

The morpho-syntactic status of ne and its effect on the syntax of imperative sentences
by Hugues Marcel Peters
pp 49-81

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Subject Language(s): French
French, Old
LL Issue: 25.724