Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2005

Selected papers from ‘Going Romance’, Utrecht, 8–10 December 2005

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| Utrecht University
| Utrecht University
| Utrecht University
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The conference series Going Romance is the major European discussion forum for theoretically relevant research on Romance languages, where ideas about language and linguistics and about Romance languages are put in an interactive perspective, giving space to both universality and Romance-internal variation. The current volume features a selection of 18 articles (out of 28) that were presented during the 19th meeting at Utrecht University, December 8-10, 2005. Included in this volume are four papers that were presented by invited speakers: Belletti, Delais-Roussarie & Rialland, Notley & Van der Linden & Hulk, and Ordóñez; these reflect both issues discussed in the general session as well as themes of the workshop on acquisition. A number of reknown Romance linguists (Saltarelli, di Sciullo, Zubizarreta) also contributed to the volume. In general, contributions bear on a variety of topics in the field of morphology, syntax, semantics and pragmatics and include the perspective from acquisition.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 291]  2007.  viii, 338 pp.
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Table of Contents
The quirky case of participial clauses
Asier Alcázar and Mario Saltarelli
1–18
Answering strategies: A view from acquisition
Adriana Belletti
19–38
Transfer in periphrastic causatives in L2 English and L2 Spanish
Mónica Cabrera and María Luisa Zubizarreta
39–58
Clitic omission, null objects or both in the acquisition of European Portuguese?
João Costa and Maria Lobo
59–72
Metrical structure, tonal association and focus in French
Elisabeth Delais-Roussarie and Annie Rialland
73–98
On affixal scope and affix-root ordering in Italian
Anna Maria Di Sciullo
99–114
Scope economy in positive polarity: Extreme degree quantification
Raquel González-Rodríguez
115–130
The acquisition of aspect in L2 Portuguese and Spanish. Exploring native / non-native performance differences
C. Elizabeth Goodin-Mayeda and Jason Rothman
131–148
Mechanisms of scope resolution in child Italian
Andrea Gualmini
149–164
When scope meets modality: The scope of indefinites in subjunctive environments
Javier Gutiérrez-Rexach
165–184
Listen to the sound of salience: Multichannel syntax of Q particles
Mélanie Jouitteau
185–200
Instability and age effects at the lexicon-syntax interface
Tihana Kraš
201–212
On the ambiguity of N-words in French
Masakazu Kuno
213–228
Cross-linguistic influence in bilingual children: The case of dislocation
Anna Notley, Elisabeth van der Linden and Aafke Hulk
229–258
Cartography of postverbal subjects in Spanish and Catalan
Francisco Ordóñez
259–280
Mismatches between phonology and syntax in French DP acquisition
Maren Pannemann and Fred Weerman
281–298
Pragmatic solutions for syntactic problems: Understanding some L2 syntactic errors in terms of discourse-pragmatic deficits
Jason Rothman
299–320
A poverty-of-the-stimulus argument for the innateness of the identification conditions on VP ellipsis
Ana Lúcia Santos
321–334
Index
335–338
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