Linguistics in the Netherlands 1987

Linguistics in the Netherlands 1987

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Author: Frits Beukema

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Linguistics in the Netherlands 1990

Linguistics in the Netherlands 1990

References BAART, J. L. G. 1987a. Focus, Syntax and Accent Placement, doctoral dissertation, Leiden 1987b Focus and accent in het Nederlands, GLOT 10, 293–311 BACKHUYS, K-J. 1989 Adjectival compounds in Dutch, in Bennis, ...

Author: Reineke Bok-Bennema

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ISBN: 9783110849998

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Linguistics in the Netherlands

Linguistics in the Netherlands

HULK , A. & VERMEULEN , E. 1987 The Impersonal Construction in French and the Burzio Generalization , in F. Beukema and P. Coopmans ( eds ) , 1987 , Linguistics in the Netherlands 1987 , Foris , Dordrecht , pp . 71-80 .

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Category: Dutch language

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A Metrical Theory of Rhythmic Stress

A Metrical Theory of Rhythmic Stress

In F. Beukema and A. Hulk (eds.), Linguistics in the Netherlands 1986. AVT Publications 2. Foris Publ., Dordrecht, 141-149 Kager, R. and E. Visch (1987), Clash and/or eurhythmy. Review of Hammond (1984). Unpublished paper, University of ...

Author: Ellis Visch

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ISBN: 9783110853193

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Features Segmental Structure and Harmony Processes Part 1

Features  Segmental Structure and Harmony Processes  Part 1

Ewen, C. and H. van der Hulst (1987), “Single-valued features and the distinction between [-F] and [0F].” In F. Beukema and P. Coopmans (eds.), Linguistics in the Netherlands 1987, pp. 51-60. Dordrecht: Foris Publications.

Author: Harry van der Hulst

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ISBN: 9783110875812

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Linguistic Superdiversity in Urban Areas

Linguistic Superdiversity in Urban Areas

Immigration and koineization: The formation of Early Modern Dutch urban vernaculars. ... Language Change on the Dutch Frisian Island of Ameland. ... In Linguistics in the Netherlands 1987, F. Beukema & P. Coopmans (eds), 91–100.

Author: Joana Duarte

Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing

ISBN: 9789027271334

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Rapidly increasing migration flows contribute to the development of multiple forms of social and cultural differentiation in urban areas – or to ‘super-diversity’. Language diversity is an important part of the resulting new social and cultural constellations. Although linguistic diversity is not a new phenomenon per se, the response of individuals or education systems to it is still largely based on a monolingual habitus, associating one nation (or a region within a nation) to one language. Building on the top-quality expertise of researchers from different academic fields, the volume offers insights into the study of linguistic diversity from linguistic and education science perspectives. The studies derive from different countries, different disciplines, different research traditions and methodological approaches, all aiming towards a better understanding of actual linguistic reality and its consequences for individual language development and for education.The book addresses an academic readership and experts who are interested in learning more about linguistic diversity as an inevitable effect of globalisation, and on ways to deal with this reality in research as well as practise in urban areas.
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Current English Linguistics in Japan

Current English Linguistics in Japan

Bennis, Hans - Teun Hoekstra 1984 “Gaps and parasitic gaps”, The Linguistic Review 4: 29-87. Beukema, Frederik H. — Peter Coopmans (eds.) 1987 Linguistics in the Netherlands 1987 (Dordrecht: Foris). Bolinger, Dwight 1972 Degree words ...

Author: Heizo Nakajima

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ISBN: 9783110854213

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Syntax of Dutch

Syntax of Dutch

Dutch manner of motion verbs: disentangling auxiliary selection, telicity and syntactic function. Cognitive Linguistics ... 1987. Adverbial arguments. In Linguistics in the Netherlands 1987, eds. Frits Beukema and Peter Coopmans, ...

Author: Hans Broekhuis

Publisher: Amsterdam University Press

ISBN: 9789048524839

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14% discount on a subscription to the complete series, please contact us via [email protected] The Syntax of Dutch aims at presenting a synthesis of the currently available syntactic knowledge of Dutch. It is primarily concerned with language description and not with linguistic theory, and provides support to all researchers interested in matters relating to the syntax of Dutch, including advanced students of language and linguistics. Syntax of Dutch: Verbs and Verb Phrases consists of three volumes. Volume 1 opens with a general introduction to verbs, including a review of various verb classifications and discussions on inflection, tense, mood, modality and aspect. This is followed by a comprehensive discussion of complementation (argument structure and verb frame alternations). Volume 2 continues the discussion of complementation, but is more specifically focused on clausal complements: the reader will find detailed discussions of finite and infinitival argument clauses, complex verb constructions and verb clustering. Volume 3 concludes with a description of adverbial modification and the overall structure of clauses in relation to, e.g., word order (verb placement, wh-movement. extraposition phenomena, scrambling, etc.).
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The Construct of Language Proficiency

The Construct of Language Proficiency

Jaspaert, K. & S. Kroon (1987) The relationship betWeen global language proficiency tests and language loss. In: F. Beukema & P. Coopmans (eds) Linguistics in the Netherlands 1987. Dordrecht: Foris Publications.

Author: Ludo Verhoeven

Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing

ISBN: 9789027274021

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This books aims to open up new perspectives in the study of language proficiency by bringing together current research from different fields in psychology and linguistics. All contributions start out from empirical studies, which are then related to applications in language assessment. The book also serves as a survey of recent developments in psycholinguistic research in the Netherlands. The book starts out with a thorough introduction of international literature on models of language proficiency, language development and its assessment. Section 1 deals with first language proficiency and addresses such problems as grammar in early child language, grammatical proficiency and its (in)variance across a range of ages, reading abilities, and writing skills. Section 2 focuses on multilingual proficiency and deals with test bias in relation to the background of the second language learner, bilingual proficiency in ethnic minority children, the development of the second language learner lexicon, communicative competence of school-age children in the context of second language learning, the assessment of foreign language attrition and the dimensionality in oral foreign language proficiency.
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Language Development

Language Development

In Dutch and German for example Verb Second occurs with basic OV order, whereas in Swedish Verb Second occurs with basic VO order. Furthermore, Van Kemenade (1987) has found evidence for the independent status of both properties in Fo ...

Author: Peter Jordens

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ISBN: 9783110854817

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