List of John Benjamins publications for which Angela Terrill plays a role.
Assessing the lexical evidence for a Central Solomons Papuan family using the Oswalt Monte Carlo Test. Diachronica 29:1, pp. 1–272012.
In the absence of comparative method reconstruction, high rate of lexical cognate candidates is often used as evidence for relationships between languages. This paper uses the Oswalt Monte Carlo Shift test (a variant of Oswalt 1970) to explore the statistical basis of the claim that the four Papuan… read more | Article
Limits of the substrate: Substrate grammatical influence in Solomon Islands Pijin. Creoles, their Substrates, and Language Typology, Lefebvre, Claire (ed.), pp. 513–5292011.
What grammatical elements of a substrate language find their way into a creole? Grammatical features of the Oceanic substrate languages have been shown to be crucial in the development of Solomon Islands Pijin and of Melanesian Pidgin as a whole (Keesing 1988), so one might expect constructions… read more | Article
This paper explores a strategy of spatial expression which utilizes orientation, a way of describing the spatial relationship of entities by means of reference to their facets. We present detailed data and analysis from two languages, Jahai (Mon-Khmer, Malay Peninsula) and Lavukaleve (Papuan… read more | Article
Semantic transference: Two preliminary case studies from the Solomon Islands. L2 Acquisition and Creole Genesis: Dialogues, Lefebvre, Claire, Lydia White and Christine Jourdan (eds.), pp. 67–852006.
1.Introduction 2. A brief glance at Lavukaleve 3. Coordinators 4. Structure of coordination 4.1 The coordinator 4.2 Number of coordinands 4.3 Ellipsis 5. Noun phrase coordination 6. Adjunct and adjective coordination 7. Coordination as one type of clause linkage in Lavukaleve 7. read more | Chapter