On the Formal Syntax of the Westgermania
Papers from the 3rd Groningen Grammar Talks (3e Groninger Grammatikgespräche), Groningen, January 1981
It has often been noted that Dutch (and Frisian) reflects a particular stage of development between German and English. Phonologically, syntactically and morphologically, Dutch and German are closely related languages. Yet, there remain sufficient morphosyntactic differences in terms of language development. The contributions of this collection focus on the relationships and differences of these neighbouring West Germanic languages.
[Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 3] 1983. vi, 242 pp.
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Table of Contents
Foreword | p. 1
On the Subject of Nonargument SubjectsEric J. Reuland | p. 3
On the Interaction of Root Transformations and Lexical Deletive RulesHans den Besten | p. 47
Left Dislocation, Connectedness, and ReconstructionTon van Haaften, R.J.C. Smits and Jan Vat | p. 133
The Verbal Complex in Continental West GermanicHans den Besten and Jerold A. Edmondson | p. 155
The Control Relation in GermanWerner Abraham | p. 217
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