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  • Cascadilla Press Linguistics Titles
    Proceedings of the 8th Conference of the International Association for the Study of Child Language Second Language Research Forum SLRF SLRF 1999 SLRF 2000 SLRF 2007 through 2012 UBC International Conference on Phonological Acquisition West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics WCCFL WCCFL 18 through WCCFL 33 Cascadilla Proceedings Project We are publishing many new conference proceedings through Cascadilla Proceedings Project These proceedings are printed in traditional library binding editions and are fully readable and searchable on the web Cascadilla Proceedings Project is at www lingref com Software for Mac and Windows Arboreal and ArborWin the Mac and Windows font for creating syntactic trees LogicTimes the Mac font for mixing Greek letters and logic symbols with text Moraic the Mac and Windows font for creating phonological structures Games teaching aids and fun An ABC for Baby Linguists CafePress linguistics gallery featuring products from Cascadilla Press and other designers Eye charts in different alphabets IPA Bingo an educational game for classroom use IPA chart reference cards IPA classroom poster at CafePress showing the entire International Phonetic Alphabet chart Magnetic Melody for music lovers Magnetic Phonetics including tiles and rules for IPA Crossword Magnetic Schematic for electrical engineers Cascadilla Press info and other

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  • Configurations
    to each other the properties of a configurational theory of argument structure and adjunct structure and the correct licensing requirements and conditions of grammar The authors base their proposals on a wide range of evidence from Romance Hellenic West Germanic Semitic African and Amerindian languages This volume is a vital contribution to understanding the structural issues central to linguistic theory The preface by Anna Maria Di Sciullo is available on line The CD ROM edition allows you to browse read and search the entire book on screen and print any sections you want to read on paper Contents Emmon Bach On the Grammar of Complex Words Anna Maria Di Sciullo Atomicity and Relatedness in Configurational Morphology Teun Hoekstra The Active Passive Configuration Abdelkader Fassi Fehri Configurations and Transitivity Splits in the Arabic Lexicon Mireille Tremblay Lexical and Non Lexical Prepositions in French Christopher Laenzlinger Adverb Syntax and Phrase Structure Degif Petros On the Absence of Agr S Evidence from Ethiopian Semitic Languages Pilar Barbosa In Defense of Right Adjunction for Head Movement Arhonto Terzi The Linear Correspondence Axiom and the Adjunction Site of Clitics Geoffrey Poole Deducing the X Structure of Adjunction Ed Zoerner The Case of Adjunction to VP

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  • Contemporary Perspectives on the Acquisition of Spanish
    57473 116 3 library binding 58 95 Volume 2 Production Processing and Comprehension ISBN 978 1 57473 017 3 paperback 28 95 ISBN 978 1 57473 117 0 library binding 58 95 Volumes 1 and 2 two volume set ISBN 978 1 57473 015 9 paperback 42 00 ISBN 978 1 57473 115 6 library binding 92 00 Volume 1 paperback 28 95 Volume 2 paperback 28 95 Volumes 1 2 paperback 42 00 Volume 1 library binding 58 95 Volume 2 library binding 58 95 Volumes 1 2 library binding 92 00 These two important volumes bring together researchers from different disciplines working on the acquisition of Spanish Volume 1 Developing Grammars examines how children and adults acquire Spanish syntax The first section of Volume 1 looks at the grammar of child Spanish in both monolingual and multilingual settings The second section investigates the nature of L2 developing grammars with attention to the roles of the first language and of universal principles Volume 2 Production Processing and Comprehension is devoted to the production processing and comprehension of Spanish by non native speakers The first section examines L2 production looking at both oral and written language The second section investigates

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  • Many Morphologies
    rethink fundamental processes such as word formation Several of the authors discuss new solutions to familiar questions such as unaccusatives middle verbs plural formation and gender polarity Others challenge our assumptions about how morphology works within the grammar as a whole Two articles discuss the vital role of morphology in current computational linguistics projects showing how linguistic theory is being usefully applied in this important and growing field The introduction to Many Morphologies by Paul Boucher the volume editor and Marc Plénat is available on line as well as the first three pages of each article The complete table of contents is below Contents Paul Boucher and Marc Plénat Introduction vii xv html or pdf Anna Maria Di Sciullo The Asymmetry of Morphology 1 28 pdf of first 3 pages Christian Bassac and Pierrette Bouillon Middle Transitive Alternations in English A Generative Lexicon Approach 29 47 pdf of first 3 pages Bozena Cetnarowska Unaccusativity Mismatches and Unaccusativity Diagnostics from Derivational Morphology 48 81 pdf of first 3 pages Susan Steele Many Plurals Inflection Informational Additivity and Morphological Processes 82 108 pdf of first 3 pages Jacqueline Lecarme Gender Polarity Theoretical Aspects of Somali Nominal Morphology 109 141 pdf of first

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  • Old Irish Verbs and Vocabulary
    It includes verbal paradigms for more than 50 verbs listing both attested and reconstructed forms Old Irish Verbs and Vocabulary also includes both Old Irish English and English Old Irish vocabulary sections a perfect complement to E G Quin s Old Irish Workbook It is both more affordable and easier to use than the Royal Irish Academy s comprehensive Dictionary of the Irish Language We have sample pages on line

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  • Research on Spanish in the US: Linguistic Issues and Challenges
    Spanish An Overview of the Issues Back to Zero or Ahead to 2001 Issues and Challenges in U S Spanish Research John M Lipski Part 2 Bilingualism and Interpreting Bilingualism from Another Perspective The Case of Young Interpreters from Immigrant Communities Guadalupe Valdés Christina Chávez Claudia Angelelli Kerry Enright Marisela González Dania García and Leisy Wyman The Spanish Speaker Interpreter Services Equal Access to the Judicial System Is the Equation Accurate Virginia Benmaman Sociolinguistic Categorization of Spanish English False Cognates for Court Interpreting Strategies Erik Camayd Freixas Part 3 Historical Perspectives Perspectiva histórica del paradigma verbal en el español de California Rebeca Acevedo Factores socio históricos en la pérdida del español del suroeste de los Estados Unidos y sus implicaciones para la revitalización Ysaura Bernal Enríquez The Continuity of Change Nahuatlisms in New Mexican Spanish Garland D Bills and Neddy A Vigil Part 4 Borrowings Morphological Adaptation of Anglicisms into the Spanish of the Southwest J Halvor Clegg Phrasal Calques in Chicano Spanish Linguistic or Cultural Innovation Robert N Smead El español cubanoamericano Beatriz Varela Adapted Borrowings in Spanish A Morphopragmatic Hypothesis Mónica Cantero Part 5 Codeswitching Narratives and Discourse Codeswitching and Language Use in the Classroom Florencia Riegelhaupt Attitudes Towards Oral and Written Codeswitching in Spanish English Bilingual Youths Cecilia Montes Alcalá Once upon a time en un lugar muy lejano Spanish English Codeswitching across Fairy Tale Narratives Almeida Jacqueline Toribio The Use of the Past Tense in the Narratives of Bilingual Children The Acquisition of Aspectual Distinctions Liliana Paredes and Vicky Nova Dancausse Discourse Connectedness in Caribbean Speech Bárbara I Ávila Shah Part 6 Sociolinguistics and Pragmatics Nosotros somos dominicanos Language and Self Definition among Dominicans Almeida Jacqueline Toribio Spanish Speaking Miami in Sociolinguistic Perspective Bilingualism Recontact and Language Maintenance among the Cuban Origin Population Andrew Lynch Linguistic

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  • The Sounds of Spanish: Analysis and Application
    paperback 48 95 library binding 98 95 examples on CD 20 00 The Sounds of Spanish Analysis and Application provides a thorough account of the Spanish language as it is actually pronounced teaching students how to speak like native speakers The book carefully describes the differing pronunciations of all of the major Spanish dialects so students can see the differences in how Spanish is spoken around the world This is also the first introductory text to carefully and systematically compare Spanish pronunciation to American English pronunciation helping students connect what they are learning to what they already know The Sounds of Spanish is readable and approachable for students at all levels Hundreds of examples in the text show how pronunciation rules are applied Recordings of examples on the free companion web site allow students to match what they see in the book to what they hear in the recordings A standard audio CD is also available containing these same recordings Advantages of The Sounds of Spanish students learn how to pronounce Spanish like native speakers students learn the similarities and differences between English and Spanish pronunciation descriptions of dialect differences show students how Spanish is pronounced around the world plentiful

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