Article published in:
Linguistics in the Netherlands 2014
Edited by Anita Auer and Björn Köhnlein
[Linguistics in the Netherlands 31] 2014
► pp. 6677

Full-text

As well as I can / As I best can / As best as I can — Some properties of potentiality equatives
References
Bierma, Nathan
2009The eclectic encyclopedia of English. Sherwood, Oregon: William, James & Co.Google Scholar
Bresnan, Joan
1973The syntax of the comparative clause construction in English. Linguistic Inquiry 4. 275–343.Google Scholar
Chomsky, Noam
1977On wh-movement. In Peter Culicover, Thomas Wasow & Adrian Akmajian (eds.), Formal Syntax, 71–132. New York: Academic Press.Google Scholar
Foolen, Ad
1993De betekenis van partikels. Een dokumentatie van de stand van het onderzoek met bijzondere aandacht voor “maar”. PhD dissertation, Nijmegen.Google Scholar
Haspelmath, Martin & Oda Buchholz
1998Equative and similative constructions in the languages of Europe. In Johan van der Auwera (ed.), Adverbial Constructions in the Languages of Europe (Empirical Approaches to Language Typology/EUROTYP, 20-3), 277–334. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Henkelmann, Peter
2006Constructions of equative comparison. STUF - Language Typology and Universals 59. 370–398. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Hoeksema, Jack
2003 In het minst: eigenschappen en ontwikkeling van een negatief-polaire uitdrukking en de neergang van focus scrambling. Tabu 33. 27–50.Google Scholar
Hoekstra, Jarich
2012Better net te witten - better as ik net wit. Us Wurk 61. 158–172.Google Scholar
To appear. “Sa kâld net as juster.” Eat oer scrambling yn it Frysk. Us Wurk.
Van der Horst, Joop
2008Geschiedenis van de Nederlandse syntaxis. 2 Dl. Leuven: Universitaire pers Leuven.Google Scholar
Kennedy, Christopher
1999Projecting the adjective: The syntax and semantics of gradability and comparison. New York: Garland Press.Google Scholar
Rett, Jessica
2010Equatives, measure phrases and NPIs. In Maria Aloni, Harald Bastiaanse, Tikitu de Jager & Katrin Schulz (eds.), Logic, Language and Meaning (Lecture Notes in Computer Science vol. 6042), 364–373. Berlin: Springer. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
To appear. Measure phrase equatives and scalar implicature. Journal of Semantics.
De Vries, Mark
2009Specifying coordination: An investigation into the syntax of dislocation, extraposition and parenthesis. In Cynthia R. Dreyer (ed.), Language and Linguistics: Emerging Trends, 37–98. New York: Nova.Google Scholar