Penn Working Papers in Linguistics
Volume 11.1 (2005)
Proceedings of the 28th Annual Penn Linguistics Colloquium
Edited by Sudha Arunachalam, Tatjana Scheffler, Sandhya Sundaresan,
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EDITH ALDRIDGE. Antipassive, clefting, and specificity.
BRIDGET COPLEY. Futurate meanings.
A. FILTCHENKO. Non-canonical agent-marking in Eastern Khanty: A
SCOTT FULTS. A (Remnant) Raising Analysis of English comparatives.
LIWEI GAO. The Englishization of Mandarin in computer-mediated
ELAINE GROLLA. Resumptive pronouns as last resort: Implications for
MARTIN HILPERT. From causality to concessivity: The story of just because.
FENG-FAN HSIEH. Tonal chain-shifts as anti-neutralization-induced tone
ELSI KAISER. On the role of contrast in pronoun interpretation:
Some insights from Estonian.
JU-EUN LEE. A-movement locality in applicative constructions.
THOMAS LEU. Something invisible in English.
LISA LEVINSON. 'To' in two places and the dative alternation.
THOMAS MCFADDEN. The distribution of clauses in non-finite clauses: An
account without case.
ELENI MILTSAKAKI. A Centering analysis of relative clauses in English and
MASAHIKO MUTSUKAWA. Loanword accentuation in Japanese.
BALKIZ OZTURK. Pseudo-incorporation of agents.
LISA PEARL. Addressing acquisition from language change: A modeling
LAURA RIMELL AND THOMAS LEU. VP-preposing and relative scope.
LOTFI SAYAHI. Phonological adaptation of Spanish loanwords in Northern
GRACIELA TESAN AND ROSALIND THORNTON. Emergence of do-support in
SATOSHI TOMIOKA AND CHANG-YONG SIM. Event structure of the
inalienable possession in Korean.
STAVROULA TSIPLAKOU. The Greek connective ke: Towards a
unitary radical pragmatic account.
REIKO VERMEULEN. Two types of multiple nominative constructions in
JOEL C. WALLENBERG. A story of the American -self: A case study in
LAURIE WOODS. Deriving coda conditions through the generalized local
conjunction of markedness constraints.
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