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Journal Title: SKY Journal of Linguistics
Volume/Issue:   26 /
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: Contents

External Reviewers of SKY JoL 26 (2013)

Retention in Meaning-Based Vocabulary Instruction
Ali Akbar Ansarin and Mohammad Reza Banan Khojasteh

Microtypology and the Tsezic Languages: A Case Study of Syntactic Properties of Converbal Clauses
Diana Forker

On the Cross-Linguistic Distribution of Same-Subject and Different-Subject ‘Want’ Complements: Economic vs. Iconic Motivation
Martin Haspelmath

From Surging Waves to the Spirit of Waves – On the Germanic and Sami Origin of the Proper Names Ahti and Vellamo in Finnic Mythology
Mikko Heikkilä

Sampling Similarity in Image and Language – Figure and Ground in the Analysis of Filmic Audio Description
Maija Hirvonen

Experimenting with Pro-drop in Spanish
Andrea Pešková

Fictive and Actual Motion in Estonian: Encoding Space
Piia Taremaa
Publisher: Linguistic Association of Finland
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Historical Linguistics
Cognitive Science
Subject Language(s): Arabic, Standard
Chinese, Mandarin
Greek, Modern
Mixtec, San Miguel El Grande
Language Family(ies): Germanic
LL Issue: 25.715