Special issue of Functions of Language 14:1 (2007)
[Functions of Language, 14:1] 2007. vi, 173 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
IntroductionAnna Siewierska and Willem B. Hollmann | pp. 1–7
The semantic and lexical range of the ditransitive construction in the history of (North) GermanicJóhanna Barðdal | pp. 9–30
I gave it him — on the motivation of the ‘alternative double object construction’ in varieties of British EnglishVolker Gast | pp. 31–56
From language-specific constraints to implicational universals: A cognitive-typological view of the dative alternationWillem B. Hollmann | pp. 57–78
Ditransitive alignment splits and inverse alignmentMartin Haspelmath | pp. 79–102
Bound person forms in ditransitive clauses revisitedAnna Siewierska and Dik Bakker | pp. 103–125
Getting three out of two: The development of a three-participant construction in Oceanic languagesJae Jung Song | pp. 127–148
On the encoding of transitivity-related features on the indirect objectSeppo Kittilä | pp. 149–164
Stephan Kepser & Marga Reis (eds.) Linguistic evidence: Empirical, theoretical, and computational perspectivesReviewed by Gerard J. Steen | pp. 165–171
Cited by other publications
This list is based on CrossRef data as of 10 november 2020. Please note that it may not be complete. Sources presented here have been supplied by the respective publishers. Any errors therein should be reported to them.