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Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages and Linguistics

 

All Articles

All Articles

This page provides a masterlist of all articles that have been published in all digital volumes of COPiL (Volumes 3-11). The articles are ordered by author surname and year.

 

Text simplification of legal English: laws on women's rights in Pakistan

Naveed Ahmad and Napoleon Katsos

V6, pp. 295-310

 

The middle voice, valency and Aktionsart in the Arabic verb

Hannah Danbolt Ajer

V10, pp. 1-21

 

Ambipositions: A symptom of disharmony? An investigation of ambipositions and disharmony in Western Uralic languages

Hanna Danbolt Ajer

V10, pp. 256-266

 

Safety in numbers: Geminates in Lisbon Portuguese

Samuel Andersson

V10, pp. 22-37

 

The modal value of ancora/angórə in Barese and northern Apulian varieties

Luigi Andriani

V9, pp. 235-245

 

Negation in Baltic Middle Low German

Caroline Appleby

V9, pp. 35-81

 

Acquisition of tonal targets in Catalan, Spanish, and English

Lluïsa Astruc, Pilar Prieto, Elinor Payne, Brechtje Post, and Maria del Mar Vanrell

V5, pp. 1-14

 

Split intransitivity in English

James Baker

V9, pp. 1-34

 

Split intransitivity in Basque

James Baker

V11, pp. 1-35

 

Conceptualising an Ideal Computer-Assisted Pronunciation Traning System: Educational Technology

Nick Ballou

V11, pp. 120-130

 

Semi null-subject languages, expletives and expletive pro reconsidered

Theresa Biberauer

V4, pp. 1-45

 

Factors 2 and 3: a principled approach

Theresa Biberauer

V10, pp. 38-65

 

Less IS More: some thoughts on the Tolerence Principle in the context of the Maximise Minimal Means model

Theresa Biberauer

V11, pp. 131-145

 

Subject, Tense and Verb Movement in Germanic and Romance

Theresa Biberauer and Ian Roberts

V3, pp. 24-43

 

Towards a parameter hierarchy for auxiliaries:diachronic considerations

Theresa Biberauer and Ian Roberts

V6, pp. 267-294

 

Rethinking formal hierarchies: a proposed unification

Theresa Biberauer and Ian Roberts

V7, pp. 1-31

 

Restructuring the tough approach to the Mandarin long passive

Alison Biggs

V6, pp. 237-266

 

Resumption in English: An investigation of usage and acceptability

Hannah Blythe

V9, pp. 156-183

 

Apparently semantically-motivated extraction in a autonomous syntax

J. M. M. Brown

V8, pp. 6-22

 

The conceptual network approach to semantic typology: introduction and application

James N. Chancharu

V7, pp. 83-134

 

A Cognitive Analysis of the Relationships between Chinese EFL Writers' Strategy Use and Writing Achievement Performance

Shih-Chih Chien

V3, pp. 44-61

 

The syntax-semantics interface in generative, parallel and functional frameworks

Lucía Contreras-García

V8, pp. 23-40

 

The syntactic role of discourse-related features

Silvio Chruschina

V5, pp. 15-30

 

Should Rhythm metrics take account of fundamental frequency?

Ruth Cumming

V4, pp. 1-16

 

"Mae probl monolingual yn minority"": Factors favouring the production of code-switching by Welsh English bilingual speakers

Margaret Deuchar, Kevin Donnelly, and Caroline Piercy

V9, pp. 212-234

 

Agreement (and disagreement) among relatives

Jamie A. Douglas

V7, pp. 33-60

 

Unifying the that-trace and anti-that-trace effects

Jamie Douglas

V9, pp. 184-211

 

Control into infinitival relatives

Jamie Douglas

V10, pp. 66-87

 

Intervention effects in English and Russian speakers' L2 Chinese wh-questions

Esuna Dugarova

V5, pp. 31-45

 

The underlying conditionality of conditionals which do not use if

Chi-Hé Elder

V6, pp. 177-200

 

Classifying conditionals: the case of metalinguistic if you like

Chi-Hé Elder

V7, pp. 61-82

 

The dynamics of structure building in Rangi: at the syntax-semantics interface

Hannah Gibson

V8, pp. 41-55

 

Comparative method algorithm

Sophia Gilman

V6, pp. 131-175

 

Towards Glue Semantics for Minimalist syntax

Matthew GothamV8, pp. 56-83

The challanges of cross-linguistic parsing

Maja Gwóźdź

V10, pp. 267-278

 

A syntactic account for the parametric variation of the Number feature

Christopher Hicks

V9, pp. 82-107

 

Demonstratives and personal pronouns

Georg Höhn

V8, pp. 84-105

 

English resultatives revisited

Xuhui Hu

V7, pp. 135-157

 

Manifestation of vagueness in language use: two experiments

Minyao Huang

V6, pp. 63-94

 

Null arguments in Old Norwegian: Interaction between pronouns and functional domains

Kari Kinn

V9, pp. 108-129

 

Brother Citizens: Divided WE Stand, United I Fall Deictics and Anaphora of the Arab Spring Speeches of Mubarak

Mohyi Eldeen Maziad

V11, pp. 36-56

 

American English Rhotic Rhymes: Phonemic rhotacized schwa or underlying /V+ɹ/?

Connor McCabe

V11, pp. 36-56

 

Linearization and post-syntactic operations in the Quechua DP

Neil Myler

V5, pp. 46-66

 

Exploring the nature of the syntax-phonology interface: A post-syntactic account of the Old Irish verbal system

Glenda Newton

V4, pp. 1-20

 

Physical activity as an enhancer of vocabulary learning: a brief narrative overview

Carla Pastorino Campos

V11, pp. 146-151

 

Agreeing with nothing: opacity and the implications of the minimalist program for phonology

J. Joseph Perry

V6, pp. 49-62

 

Negative inversion without negation: On fuck-inversion in British English

Craig Sailor

V10, pp. 88-110

 

The interrelation between prosodic patterns and phonemic inventory: A comparative study of challenges and learning strategies in early English language acquisition

Julia Schwarz

V10, pp. 111-151

 

A new take on partial control: defective thematic intervention

Michelle Sheehan

V6, pp. 1-47

 

The semantics and pragmatics of racial and ethnic slurs: Towards a psychologically real contextualist account

Roberto B. Sileo

V11, pp. 86-119

 

Prosodically-driven morphosyntactic change? Revisiting the history of Chinese disyllabic words

Chenchen Song

V10, pp. 152-196

 

Labelling in Syntax

Richard Stockwell

V9, pp. 130-155

 

Who Moo-ved my Cow? The Lexicalization of Onomatopoeia and Imitative Shift in Mandarin

Arthur Thompson

V9, pp. 246-253

 

Phasing out phases and re-relativizing relativized minimality

John Torr

V6, pp. 96-129

 

Subject agreement and the EPP in Bantu agreeing inversion

Jenneke van der Wal

V6, pp. 201-236

 

Deriving the Final-over-Final Constraint from third factor considerations

George Walkden

V5, pp. 67-72

 

Towards a typology of sibling languages

Mary Ann Walter and Imogen Lemon

V11, pp. 152-162

 

The computability and computational complexity of generativity

Jeffery Watumull

V6, pp. 311-329

 

A minimalist approach to Jespersen's cycle in Welsh

David Willis

V3, pp. 2-23

 

The geometrical structure of linguistic theory: The case of Russian split scrambling

Thomas Jolyon Wood

V10, pp. 197-236

 

Psychotypology of Chinese learners of English and its influence on the acquisition of metaphorical expressions: An offline study

Chris Mengying Xia

V10, pp. 237-255