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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. 41, Issue 2 - Spring 2010


Negative Concord and (Multiple) Agree: A Case Study of West Flemish
pp. 181-211
Abstract | PDF (173.93 KB)
The Role of Presuppositionality in the Second Language Acquisition of English Articles
pp. 213-254
Abstract | PDF (176.14 KB)
On the Internal Structure of Tashlhiyt Berber Triconsonantal Roots
pp. 255-285
Abstract | PDF (159.74 KB)
Double Object Constructions Disguised as Prepositional Datives
pp. 287-305
Abstract | PDF (94.1 KB)
A Tenseless Analysis of Mandarin Chinese Revisited: A Response to Sybesma 2007
pp. 305-329
Abstract | PDF (111.73 KB)
The Nonreality of Doubly Filled Comps
pp. 331-335
Abstract | PDF (51.82 KB)
Overt Evidence from Left-Branch Extraction in Polish for Punctuated Paths
pp. 335-347
Abstract | PDF (93.32 KB)
“Antecedent-Contained” Sluicing
pp. 348-356
Abstract | PDF (62.61 KB)