William B. McGregor

William B. McGregor

is author/editor of the following titles:

is author of the following articles:

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McGregor, William B.. 2020. “Universals”. In Handbook of Pragmatics: 23rd Annual Installment, 221–244
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McGregor, William B.. 2014. “Connate roles in Nyulnyul”. In Non-Nuclear Cases, 67–94
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McGregor, William B.. 2007. “Language and the number sense”. Functions of Language  14:2, 231–249
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McGregor, William B.. 2007. “2. A desiderative complement construction in Warrwa.”. In Language Description, History and Development: Linguistic indulgence in memory of Terry Crowley, 27–40
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McGregor, William B.. 2002. “10. Ergative and accusative patterning in Warrwa”. In The Nominative & Accusative and their counterparts, 285–317
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McGregor, William B.. 2001. “4. The verb HAVE in Nyulnyulan languages”. In Dimensions of Possession, 67
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McGregor, William B.. 2000. “Reflexive and reciprocal constructions in Nyulnyulan languages”. In Reciprocals: Forms and functions, 85
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McGregor, William B.. 1999. “External Possession Constructions in Nyulnyulan Languages”. In External Possession, 429
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McGregor, William B.. 1998. “The verbal suffix — ngany in Warrwa”. In Case, Typology and Grammar: In honor of Barry J. Blake, 171
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McGregor, William B.. 1997. “Grammatical structures in noun incorporation”. In Reconnecting Language: Morphology and Syntax in Functional Perspectives, 141
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McGregor, William B.. 1995. “3. The English ‘tag question’”. In On Subject and Theme: A discourse functional perspective, 91
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McGregor, William B.. 1990. “Language and Ideology of a Police Tracker Story in Gooniyandi”. In Learning, Keeping and Using Language: Selected papers from the Eighth World Congress of Applied Linguistics, Sydney, 16–21 August 1987, 175
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McGregor, William B.. 1988. “Mood and Subodination in Kuniyanti”. In Complex Sentence Constructions in Australian Languages, 37