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Cambridge Studies in Linguistics

Editors: P. Austin, Professor J. Bresnan, B. Comrie, S. Crain, W. Dressler, C. J. Ewen, R. Lass, D. Lightfoot, K. Rice, I. Roberts, S. Romaine, N. V. Smith
The Cambridge Studies in Linguistics series aims to publish works of scholarship that make a substantive contribution to general, theoretical, and descriptive linguistics. Some volumes are of interest across a broad range of the discipline, while others speak primarily to a relatively small group of linguists specializing in a

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Coordination in Syntax
Niina Ning Zhang

Addresses the syntactic issues raised by coordinate pairings, with particularly emphasis on their properties in English and Chinese.

Published December 2009 | Hardback | ISBN-13:9780521767552 | In stock

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Syntactic Relations
A Critical Survey
P. H. Matthews

A critique of two fundamental assumptions: do phrases really form hierarchical 'trees' and have 'heads'?

Published January 2007 | Paperback | ISBN-13:9780521608299 | In stock

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Derivations in Minimalism
Samuel David Epstein, T. Daniel Seely

A pathbreaking new perspective on derivation, the series of operations by which sentences are formed.

Published January 2006 | Paperback | ISBN-13:9780521010580 (ISBN-10:0521010586) | In stock

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