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Linguistic Inquiry


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. 39, Issue 2 - Spring 2008


Ellipsis Sites as Definite Descriptions
pp. 191-220
Abstract | PDF (374.45 KB)
On the Mental Representation of Arabic Roots
pp. 221-259
Abstract | PDF (452.37 KB)
The Plan's the Thing: Deconstructing Futurate Meanings
pp. 261-274
Abstract | PDF (145.48 KB)
Free Relatives in Croatian: An Argument for the Comp Account
pp. 275-294
Abstract | PDF (250.76 KB)
English C Moves Downward as well as Upward: An Extension of Bošković and Lasnik's (2003) Approach
pp. 295-307
Abstract | PDF (100.49 KB)
Quantificational Null Objects and Argument Ellipsis
pp. 307-326
Abstract | PDF (108.59 KB)
On the Semantics of Hindi-Urdu Multiple Correlatives
pp. 327-334
Abstract | PDF (67.2 KB)
Gradual Learning and Convergence
pp. 334-345
Abstract | PDF (75.72 KB)
Nonconstituent Coordination in Japanese: A Case of Phonological Reordering
pp. 345-354
Abstract | PDF (126.7 KB)