Substrate influence in creole formation
The origin of give-type serial verb constructions in the Surinamese Plantation Creole
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. Language Learning
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. Cross-linguistic influence in language creation: Assessing the role of the Gbe languages in the formation of the Creoles of Suriname
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. A comparison of the nominal structures of Saramaccan, Fongbe and English with reference to Haitian Creole: Implications for a relabelling-based account of creole genesis
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. Noun Phrases in L2 French and Haitian: Clues on the Origin of Plantation Creoles
. Journal of Universal Language
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. Fact-type complements in Gbe and the Surinamese Creoles
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. Creole Language in Kingston: The Emergence of Basilectal Varieties—1692–1865
. Caribbean Quarterly
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