21.4772, TOC: Linguistics in the Netherlands 27 (2010)

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Publisher:	John Benjamins
			http://www.benjamins.com/ 			
			
Journal Title:  Linguistics in the Netherlands 
Volume Number:  27 
Issue Number:   
Issue Date:  2010 


Main Text:  

Linguistics in the Netherlands 2010
 Edited by Jacqueline van Kampen and Rick Nouwen
Utrecht University

Linguistics in the Netherlands 27 

2010. v, 140 pp.

The 41th annual meeting of the Linguistics Society of the Netherlands took place 
in Utrecht on February 6th, 2010. The annual meetings provide members with the 
opportunity to report on their ongoing research. 
At this year's meeting, 103 papers were presented, of which 22 were submitted to 
the present volume. This volume contains a selection of these papers, which 
present an overview of current research in a variety of fields of linguistics. 


Table of contents

Foreword  v  

Whispered speech as input for cochlear implants 
Hans Rutger Bosker, Jeroen Briaire, Willemijn Heeren, Vincent J. van Heuven and 
Suzanne Jongman 1-15 
 
The influence of erroneous stress position and segmental errors on intelligibility, 
comprehensibility and foreign accent in Dutch as a second language 
Johanneke Caspers 17-29  

On the Dutch directional particle heen 
Charlie Claessen and Joost Zwarts 31-43  

'Go' on a rare grammaticalisation path to focus 
Maud Devos and Jenneke van der Wal 45-58  

Topic introduction in the by-phrase: Long passives in Early Modern English 
Gea Dreschler 59-72  

Probing the unnatural 
Daniel Currie Hall 73-85  

On which side of the Atlantic is Chinese-accented English? An acoustic 
comparison of Mandarin, British and American English monophthongs 
Wei He and Vincent J. van Heuven 87-100  

The utterance-final particle la in Taiwan Mandarin 
Chin-hui Lin 101-114  

Assessing the discourse referential properties of weak definite NPs 
Jolien Scholten and Ana Aguilar Guevara 115-128  

Apparent nonlocality 
Mark de Vries 129-140 



Linguistic Field(s): Linguistic Theories
                     Phonology
                     Psycholinguistics
                     Syntax
                     General Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin (cmn)
                     Dutch (nld)
                     English (eng)




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