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Linguistic Inquiry

Overview

Samuel Jay Keyser, Editor-in-Chief 

Linguistic Inquiry leads the field in research on current topics in linguistics. In each issue, its authors keep themselves and other readers informed of new theoretical developments based on the latest international scholarship. 

Table of Contents

Vol. 29, Issue 1 - Winter 1998

Articles

Unambiguous Triggers
pp. 1-36
Abstract | PDF (187.03 KB)
Tiberian Hebrew Spirantization and Phonological Derivations
pp. 37-73
Abstract | PDF (473.82 KB)
Scope Inversion under the Rise-Fall Contour in German
pp. 75-112
Abstract | PDF (290.69 KB)
Have/Be Raising, Move F, and Procrastinate
pp. 113-125
Abstract | PDF (172.76 KB)
Null Object and Sloppy Identity in Japanese
pp. 127-152
Abstract | PDF (158.07 KB)
A Null Pronominal in the Noun Phrase
pp. 153-160
Abstract | PDF (568.71 KB)
Bare X-Bar Theory and Structures Formed by Movement
pp. 160-168
Abstract | PDF (587.85 KB)
A Slovak Argument for the Onset-Rhyme Distinction
pp. 168-179
Abstract | PDF (411.61 KB)