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Toronto working papers in linguistics.

Toronto working papers in linguistics.

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Published by Linguistics Graduate Course Union, Dept. of Linguistics, University of Toronto in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Language and languages.,
  • Linguistics.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesTWPL, TWPL.
    ContributionsUniversity of Toronto. Linguistics Graduate Course Union
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP 1.T67 W67
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18440908M

    Sherry Yong Chen Allan Doyle T First General Paper (Defended in February ). Book chapters. (). Movement Constraints on the Relative Order of Double Topics in Mandarin Chinese. In R. Maddeaux (Ed.), Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics .   Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics Vol. Spe Grading and lasagne; Linguistic Perspectives on Variation: Toronto-Buff New book: Nominal Contact in Michif; New book: Direct Objects and Language Acquisition March (8) February (7) January (6) () December (2).

    Garm Lu (10) Spring , Celtic Studies, University of Toronto. Carnie, Andrew () "Irish Clausal Constituent Structure" Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics Carnie, Andrew () ‘Nominal Predicates and Absolutive Case Marking in Irish’ MIT Working Papers in Linguistics .   Working papers can be the basis for related works, and may in themselves be cited by peer-review papers. They are sometimes referred to as "grey literature". Many university Linguistics departments publish series of working papers and make them freely available online, and Author: Esther Wilkinson.

    Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics invites submissions for volume 31 ofour publication. We welcome papers up to a maximum of 20 single-spacedpages, in either English or French, on topics in phonology, phonetics,morphology, syntax, semantics, psycholinguistics, language variation andchange, language acquisition or neurolinguistics. Course Code Title Instructor Day/Time Room; TBBH1 S LEC Language and Mind: M. Ippolito: R SS TBBH1 S LEC Language in Canadian Society.


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marked the 10th year in the workshop series and the organizing committee felt that it was high time for such a collection.

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