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Journal Title: Journal of Language Contact
Volume/Issue:   7 / 2
Date: 2014
Table of Contents: Articles

À propos de Schuchardt, du mélange des langues et du contact: Points de vue, masquages et évitements
Robert Nicolaï

A Comparative Study of Bilingual Verb Phrases in Ewe-English and Gengbe-French Codeswitching
Evershed Kwasi Amuzu

From Language Contact to Language Variation: A Case of Contact-Induced Grammaticalization in Italo-Romance
Massimo Cerruti

On the Pre-Columbian Origin of Proto-Omagua-Kokama
Lev Michael

Lexical Evidence for Pre-Inca Language Contact of Mapudungun (Mapuche) with Quechuan and Aymaran
Matthias Pache

Article Reviews

SLM is Dead, Long Live Sri Lanka Malay: A Review Article of Nordhoff 2013
Umberto Ansaldo

What Motivates Morphological Copying? A Review article of Martine Vanhove, Thomas Stolz, Aina Urdze, and Hitomi Otsuka (eds.). 2012: ‘Morphologies in Contact’
Zygmunt Frajzyngier

Morpholological Borrowing and Genetic Relationship: A Review Article of Johanson, and Robbeets (eds). 2012: ‘Copies versus Cognates in Bound Morphology’
Harold Koch

Book Reviews

Sprachwissenschaft und kolonialzeitlicher Sprachkontakt: sprachliche Begegnungen und Auseinandersetzungen. Engelberg, Stefan and Doris Stolberg (eds.).
Henning Schreiber

Dynamics of contact-induced language change. Chamoreau, Claudine, and Isabelle Léglise (eds.).
Francesco Gardani

Ibero-Asian creoles: comparative perspectives. Hugo C. Cardoso, Alan N. Baxter, and Mário
Pinharanda Nunes (eds.).
John M. Lipski

Singapore English: Structure, Variation and Usage. Jakob R. E. Leimgruber.
Lubna Alsagoff

A Dictionary of South African Indian English. Rajend Mesthrie (ed.)
Marianne Hundt

A Grammar of Tadaksahak. Regula Christiansen-Bolli.
Lameen Souag
Publisher: Brill
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Historical Linguistics
Linguistic Theories
Subject Language(s): Mapudungun
Creole Malay, Sri Lankan
Language Family(ies): Aymaran
LL Issue: 25.2214