Yoko Iyeiri

List of John Benjamins publications for which Yoko Iyeiri plays a role.


Middle and Modern English Corpus Linguistics: A multi-dimensional approach

Edited by Manfred Markus, Yoko Iyeiri, Reinhard Heuberger and Emil Chamson

[Studies in Corpus Linguistics, 50] 2012. viii, 287 pp.
Subjects Corpus linguistics | English linguistics | Germanic linguistics | Historical linguistics
Subjects English linguistics | Germanic linguistics | Semantics | Syntax | Theoretical linguistics

Aspects of English Negation

Edited by Yoko Iyeiri

[Not in series, 132] 2005. xii, 239 pp.
Subjects English linguistics | History of linguistics | Theoretical linguistics


Hotta, Ryuichi and Yoko Iyeiri 2022 Chapter 8. The taking off and catching on of etymological spellings in Early Modern English: Evidence from the EEBO CorpusEnglish Historical Linguistics: Historical English in contact, Los, Bettelou, Chris Cummins, Lisa Gotthard, Alpo Honkapohja and Benjamin Molineaux (eds.), pp. 143–164 | Chapter
This chapter examines the path that orthographic etymologisation, as in doubt and verdict, followed mainly in the course of the sixteenth century. Few corpus-based studies have been undertaken on etymological spellings, but the recent availability of the large-sized EEBO Corpus must be of great… read more
Iyeiri, Yoko 2020 So-called -ingly adverbs in Late Middle and Early Modern EnglishCorpora and the Changing Society: Studies in the evolution of English, Rautionaho, Paula, Arja Nurmi and Juhani Klemola (eds.), pp. 199–222 | Chapter
This chapter traces the increase of -ingly adverbs from Late Middle to Early Modern English. Not only the frequency and versatility but also the functions of -ingly adverbs expanded in this period: from the modification of adjectives, adverbs, and verbs (found both in the Middle and Early Modern… read more
Iyeiri, Yoko 2018 Chapter 5. Causative make and its infinitival complements in Early Modern EnglishExplorations in English Historical Syntax, Cuyckens, Hubert, Hendrik De Smet, Liesbet Heyvaert and Charlotte Maekelberghe (eds.), pp. 139–158 | Chapter
The present paper discusses the variability between to- and bare infinitives in the complement of causative make in Early Modern English, with a focus on make used in the active voice. Although bare infinitives are almost exclusively used with active causative make in Present-day English, this has… read more
Iyeiri, Yoko 2013 The positioning of adverbial clauses in the Paston lettersMeaning in the History of English: Words and texts in context, Jucker, Andreas H., Daniela Landert, Annina Seiler and Nicole Studer-Joho (eds.), pp. 211–230 | Article
The present paper discusses the ordering of main and adverbial subordinate clauses in the fifteenth-century Paston letters and tests whether there is continuity between Middle English and Present-day English discourse organizations. The adverbial clauses investigated in the following discussion are… read more
Iyeiri, Yoko 2012 The complements of causative make in Late Middle EnglishMiddle and Modern English Corpus Linguistics: A multi-dimensional approach, Markus, Manfred, Yoko Iyeiri, Reinhard Heuberger and Emil Chamson (eds.), pp. 59–74 | Article
The present paper discusses the complement forms of causative make in the fifteenth century. It shows that the verb is still followed most frequently by (for) to-infinitives towards the end of the Middle English (ME) period, and that the use of bare infinitives is not yet the rule. Simultaneously,… read more
Markus, Manfred, Yoko Iyeiri, Reinhard Heuberger and Emil Chamson 2012 IntroductionMiddle and Modern English Corpus Linguistics: A multi-dimensional approach, Markus, Manfred, Yoko Iyeiri, Reinhard Heuberger and Emil Chamson (eds.), pp. 1–10 | Article
Iyeiri, Yoko, Michiko Yaguchi and Yasumasa Baba 2010 Coordinating and subordinating conjunctions in spoken American EnglishNoam Chomsky and Language Descriptions, Askedal, John Ole, Ian Roberts and Tomonori Matsushita (eds.), pp. 179–196 | Article
Iyeiri, Yoko 2009 The historical development of the verb doubt and its various patterns of complementationExploring the Lexis–Grammar Interface, Römer-Barron, Ute and Rainer Schulze (eds.), pp. 153–169 | Article
The present paper discusses the historical development of the verb doubt. In Present Day English, doubt is usually considered to yield whether-clauses in affirmative sentences and that-clauses in negative ones. However, this has not always been the case in the history of English. During the period… read more
Iyeiri, Yoko and Michiko Yaguchi 2009 Relative and Interrogative who/whom in Contemporary Professional American EnglishGermanic Languages and Linguistic Universals, Askedal, John Ole, Ian Roberts, Tomonori Matsushita and Hiroshi Hasegawa (eds.), pp. 177–191 | Article
Iyeiri, Yoko 2005 Introduction: Studies on English Negation and the Present VolumeAspects of English Negation, Iyeiri, Yoko (ed.), pp. 1–11 | Article