Linguistics in the Netherlands 2006

Editors
ORCID logoJeroen van de Weijer | Leiden University
ORCID logoBettelou Los | Radboud University Nijmegen
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The thirty-seventh annual meeting of the Linguistic Society of the Netherlands took place in Utrecht on February 4th, 2006. The aim of the annual meetings is to provide members with the opportunity to report on their ongoing research.

At this year’s meeting, 89 papers were presented, of which 34 were submitted to the present volume.

This volume contains a selection of these papers, which present an overview of current research in a variety of fields in linguistics.

[Linguistics in the Netherlands, 23] 2006.  viii, 248 pp.
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Table of Contents
Foreword
v
Contributors
vii–viii
Articles
IP-ellipsis in Dutch dialects: X + that-clause
Lobke Aelbrecht
1–14
A dependency account of the fortis–lenis contrast in Cama
Bert Botma and Norval Smith
15–27
The universal base hypothesis: VO or OV?
Hans Broekhuis
28–39
The acquisition of grammatical gender in bilingual child acquisition of Dutch (by older Moroccan and Turkish children): The definite determiner, attributive adjective and relative pronoun
Leonie Cornips, Mara van der Hoek and Ramona Verwer
40–51
Transitivity failures in the left periphery and foot-driven movement operations
Jeroen van Craenenbroeck
52–64
A linguistic analysis of the use of the two hands in sign language poetry
Onno A. Crasborn
65–77
A constraint-based approach to morphological neutralization
Jan Don and Elma Blom
78–88
Evert Beth vs. Anton Reichling: Contrary forces in the rise of Dutch generativism
Els Elffers-van Ketel
89–100
Linguistic and extra-linguistic predictors of inter-Scandinavian intelligibility
Charlotte Gooskens
101–113
Temporal quantification and events in Dutch child language
Bart Hollebrandse and Sylvia Visser
114–125
Vowel labelling in a pluricentric language: Flemish and Dutch labellers at work
Hanne Kloots, Evie Coussé and Steven Gillis
126–136
No initial empty CV in clusterless languages
Nancy C. Kula
137–149
Getting a sense of krijgen: A diachronic study of its polysemy and grammaticalization
Frank Landsbergen
150–161
Remarks on the polar orientation of almost
Rick Nouwen
162–173
Object preposing in 15th century Drenthe
Anne Ribbert
174–185
Reconstruction in German restrictive relative clauses
Martin Salzmann
186–198
Short negative replies in Spanish
Luis Vicente
199–211
Reported direct speech in Dutch
Mark de Vries
212–223
Predicative tone lowering in Makhuwa
Jenneke van der Wal
224–236
Acoustical analysis of English vowels produced by Chinese, Dutch and American speakers
Hongyan Wang and Vincent J. van Heuven
237–248
Subjects

Main BIC Subject

CF: Linguistics

Main BISAC Subject

LAN009000: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General