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Variation in verbal inflection in Dutch dialects
From a diachronic perspective, Germanic languages are in the process of deflection. In this context, there appears to be a rather chaotic amount of variation within the verbal inflectional paradigmsExpand
Predication in nominal phrases
The main theoretical subject of this paper is the symmetry between nominal and verbal projections. It is demonstrated that predication exists in the nominal domain, in a way quite similar toExpand
Recently, the phenomenon of parasitic gaps has become one of the most widely discussed topics in generative grammar. Their relevance to linguistic theory derives on the one hand from their systematicExpand
The CMDI MI Search Engine: Access to Language Resources and Tools Using Heterogeneous Metadata Schemas
The CLARIN Metadata Infrastructure (CMDI) provides a solution for access to different types of language resources and tools across Europe. Expand
Unergative Adjectives and Psych Verbs
The idea that the verb phrase is a layered constituent has been around in the literature for some time, e. shell theory plays an important role as well. In this paper I will argue that a particularExpand
Merging verb cluster variation
In this paper we argue that verb clusters in Dutch varieties are merged and linearized in fully ascending (1-3-3) or fully descending (3-2-1) orders. Expand
The Syntactic Atlas of the Dutch Dialects
This paper discusses some of the advantages and disadvantages of the various choices we had to make in order to realize the Syntactic Atlas of the Dutch Dialects (SAND) in a relatively short period. Expand
Getting verb movement
Child language features a striking difference in root clauses between finite (auxiliary) verbs (in IP) and root infinitives and participles (in VP). Fronted nonfinite verbs are virtually neverExpand