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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 3 - Summer 2010


The Explicit Syntax of Implicit Arguments
pp. 357-388
Abstract | PDF (150.32 KB)
Perfects, Resultatives, and Auxiliaries in Earlier English
pp. 389-425
Abstract | PDF (194.37 KB)
Elsewhere in Romance: Evidence from Clitic Clusters
pp. 427-444
Abstract | PDF (110.8 KB)
Variability in the Case Patterns of Causative Formation in Romance and Its Implications
pp. 445-470
Abstract | PDF (133.33 KB)
Verbless Sentences and Clause Structure
pp. 471-485
Abstract | PDF (89.41 KB)
On Infinitives and Floating Quantification
pp. 487-496
Abstract | PDF (66.89 KB)
ɸ-Agree Versus ɸ-Feature Movement: Evidence From Floating Quantifiers
pp. 496-508
Abstract | PDF (81.54 KB)
A Note on The Movement Analysis of Gapping
pp. 509-517
Abstract | PDF (75.58 KB)