Studies in Language

Online-First Articles

The following articles have been published online-first, and have not yet been published in an issue.

20 March 2023

Phasal polarity in Tunisian Arabic
Jens G. Fischer, Bastian Persohn and Veronika Ritt-Benmimoun | 60 pp.

8 March 2023

The constructional categorization of Saisiyat multi-predicate sentences
Chien-pang Wang | 56 pp.

7 February 2023

Early Vedic compounds: A typological reappraisal
Erica Biagetti | 64 pp.

24 January 2023

Simulative derivations in crosslinguistic perspective and their diachronic sources
Guillaume Jacques | 32 pp.

17 January 2023

A cross-linguistic syntactic analysis of telicity in motion predicates in Southern Tati, Mandarin, and Ghanaian Student Pidgin
Pin-Hsi Patrick Chen, Kwaku Owusu Afriyie Osei-Tutu and Neda Taherkhani | 57 pp.
Variable index placement in Gutob from a typological perspective
Erika Just and Judith Voß | 31 pp.

13 January 2023

Grammar (morphosyntax) and discourse
Tasaku Tsunoda | 41 pp.

20 December 2022

Towards robust complexity indices in linguistic typology: A corpus-based assessment
Yoon Mi Oh and François Pellegrino | 41 pp.

19 December 2022

From grammaticalization to Diachronic Construction Grammar: A natural evolution of the paradigm
Spike Gildea and Jóhanna Barðdal | 46 pp.

8 December 2022

Multiple construction types for nominal expressions in Australian languages: Towards a typology
Dana Louagie | 60 pp.
The history of the polyfunctional 𗗙 jij 1 in Tangut: How did the accusative/genitive syncretism come about?
Shuya Zhang | 40 pp.

28 November 2022

The linguistics of odour in Semaq Beri and Semelai, two Austroasiatic languages of the Malay Peninsula
Nicole Kruspe and Asifa Majid | 43 pp.

21 November 2022

A hitherto unnoticed type of verb-framed construction in Lithuanian and the typology of event conflation
Axel Holvoet | 28 pp.
Progressives in present and past
Ghazaleh Vafaeian | 45 pp.

8 November 2022

It’s all about the sentential construction: Lexicalization of complete mono-clausal sentences into words – Evidence from Hebrew
Israela Becker | 42 pp.

1 November 2022

Copula to negator: Grammaticalization of the copula #ni in Tibeto-Burman languages
Scott DeLancey | 21 pp.

13 September 2022

Dogon pseudo-subjects with or without true subjects
Jeffrey Heath and Vadim Dyachkov | 30 pp.
Universal quantifiers, focus, and grammatical relations in Besemah
Bradley McDonnell | 41 pp.

8 September 2022

Markedness and voicing gaps in stop and fricative inventories
Sheng-Fu Wang | 42 pp.

6 September 2022

The development of the Chinese V de O cleft construction: A constructional approach
Fangqiong Zhan and Haihua Pan | 32 pp.

12 July 2022

Verbal number in Idi
Dineke Schokkin | 27 pp.

7 June 2022

Spatial prepositions min and ʕan in Traditional Negev Arabic
Roni Henkin and Letizia Cerqueglini | 48 pp.