Historical Linguistics 2001

Historical Linguistics 2001

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This is a selection of papers from the 15th International Conference on Historical Linguistics held in Melbourne 13-17 August 2001, hosted by the Linguistics Program at La Trobe University. The papers range from the general theoretical to the study of particular languages and embrace most areas of linguistics, particularly morpho-syntax.... ergative, and by which it can shift from ergative to nominative/accusative or to active alignment (see Harris and Campbell 1995: 240a€”281). 8. ... It is true that possibly the notion could work in linguistics while failing in biology; however, as I argue in this paper, the problems ... For example, from Nettle (1999b: 3328) we read: a€œDixon claims that stocks can ... I believe that the answer to this question is a#39; noa#39; .

Title:Historical Linguistics 2001
Author: Barry J. Blake, Kate Burridge
Publisher:John Benjamins Publishing - 2003-07-17

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