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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. 30, Issue 3 - Summer 1999

Articles

Reduplication with Fixed Segmentism
pp. 327-364
Abstract | PDF (236.97 KB)
Pseudocleft Connectedness: Implications for the LF Interface Level
pp. 365-397
Abstract | PDF (135.2 KB)
Checking Economy
pp. 399-444
Abstract | PDF (199.57 KB)
Impossible Words?
pp. 445-453
Abstract | PDF (43.37 KB)
A Response to Fodor and Lepore, “Impossible Words?”
pp. 453-466
Abstract | PDF (62.53 KB)
English Expletive Constructions Are Not Infected
pp. 467-484
Abstract | PDF (83.35 KB)
Tonal Contour and Register Harmony in Chaozhou
pp. 485-493
Abstract | PDF (48 KB)
Bare Singular Effects in Genitive Constructions
pp. 493-502
Abstract | PDF (91.3 KB)
Processing Agentive By-Phrases in Complex Event and Nonevent Nominals
pp. 502-508
Abstract | PDF (184.11 KB)