Linguistics in the Netherlands, 1991

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This volume contains a selection of the papers presented at the twenty-second annual meeting of the Linguistic Society of the Netherlands. The aim of the annual meeting is to provide members of the society with an opportunity to report on their work in progress. The seventeen papers in this volume present an overview of research in different fields of linguistics in the Netherlands. It contains articles on phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and text linguistics. Contents Ronny Boogaart: ...
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Overview

This volume contains a selection of the papers presented at the twenty-second annual meeting of the Linguistic Society of the Netherlands. The aim of the annual meeting is to provide members of the society with an opportunity to report on their work in progress. The seventeen papers in this volume present an overview of research in different fields of linguistics in the Netherlands. It contains articles on phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and text linguistics. Contents Ronny Boogaart: “Progressive Aspect” in Dutch Marja Clement: Present — Preterite: Tense and Narrative Point of View Leonie Cornips: Possessive Object Constructions in Heerlens Marcel den Dikken: Serial Verbs, “Object Sharing”, and the Analysis of Dative Shift Petra Hendriks: The Coordination-like Structure of Comparatives Ben Hermans: Eliminating Destressing Rules Vincent van Heuven & Annelies Hoos: Hiatus Deletion, Phonological Rule or Phonetic Coarticulation? Angeliek van Hout: Deverbal Nominalization, Object versus Event Denoting Nominals Riny Huybregts: Allosteric Agreement in VSO Languages Haike Jacobs: Old French Proclisis and Enclisis: The Clitic Group or the Prosodic Word? Willy Jongenburger & Vincent van Heuven: The Distribution of (Word Initial) Glottal Stop in Dutch Klara Lindhout-Lengyel: The Analysis of Focus in Hungarian Sietze Looyenga: Events and Properties as Semantic Primitives Rint Sybesma: The Dummy DE in Chinese Resultatives Jeroen van de Weijer: Towards a Theory of Phonological Complexity Guido Vanden Wyngaerd & Jan-Wouter Zwart: Reconstruction and Vehicle Change Ron van Zonneveld: The Syntax of Gapping
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Preface
List of Contributors
"Progressive Aspect" in Dutch 1
Present--Preterite: Tense and Narrative Point of View 11
Possessive Object Constructions in Heerlens 21
Serial Verbs, 'Object Sharing', and the Analysis of Dative Shift 31
The Coordination-like Structure of Comparatives 41
Eliminating Destressing Rules 51
Hiatus Deletion, Phonological Rule or Phonetic Coarticulation? 61
Deverbal Nominalization, Object versus Event Denoting Nominals, Implications for Argument & Event Structure 71
Allosteric Agreement in VSO Languages 81
Old French Proclisis and Enclisis: The Clitic Group or the Prosodic Word? 91
The Distribution of Word Initial Glottal Stop in Dutch 101
The Analysis of Focus in Hungarian 111
Events and Properties as Semantic Primitives 121
The Dummy DE in Chinese Resultatives 131
Towards a Theory of Phonological Complexity 141
Reconstruction and Vehicle Change 151
The Syntax of Gapping 161
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