Penn Working Papers in Linguistics
Volume 8.1 (2003)
Proceedings of PLC 25
Edited by Sudha Arunachalam, Elsi Kaiser and Alexander Williams.
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- Anne Abeillé, Lionel Clement and Alexandra Kinyon. The TALANA treebank for French.
- Dominika Baran. English loanwords in Polish and the question of gender assignment.
- Sabrina Bendjaballah and Martin Haiden. Templatic inflection in German.
- Wi-Vun Taiffalo Chiung. Tone change in Taiwanese: Age and geographic factors.
- Shuki Cohen. A computerized scale for monitoring levels of agreement during a conversation.
- Paola Escudero and Paul Boersma. Modelling the perceptual development of phonological contrasts with Optimality Theory and the Gradual Learning Algorithm.
- Andrea Gualmini, Simona Maciukaite and Stephen Crain. Children's insensitivity to contrastive stress in sentences with only.
- Norbert Hornstein and Hirohisa Kiguchi. PRO Gate and movement
- Joo-Phil Kim. t-Palatalization and hypercorrection in the Korean central dialect.
- Mariana Lambova. On the interaction multiple (non) wh-fronting and multiple topicalization in Bulgarian.
- Reiko Makino. Pragmatic analysis of Japanese koto and no.
- Brian D. McHugh. Sonority sequencing and optimal syllable structure in one Philadelphian's polysyllabic /ae/-tensing pattern.
- George Smith. On the distribution of the genitive attribute and its prepositional counterpart in Modern Standard German.
- Gianluca Storto. Agreement in Masai and the syntax of possessive DPs (I).
- Meghan Sumner. A psycholinguistic approach to abstractness: The case of Hebrew.
- Yaping Tsai. The semantic difference between Chinese quan and dou.
- Susi Wurmbrand. Agree: The other VP-internal subject hypothesis.
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