Clause structure and verbal forms in Nakh-Daghestanian languages (English)

Finiteness conference; theoretical and empirical foundations; 2001; Constance, Germany
in Finiteness conference; theoretical and empirical foundations ; 183-249
Finiteness conference; theoretical and empirical foundations
Oxford University Press, , Oxford:; 2007

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Three domains of finiteness: a Minimalist perspective
Adger, D. | 2007
59
Finiteness in non-transformational syntactic frameworks
Sells, P. | 2007
91
Deconstructing categories: finiteness in a functional-typological perspective
Cristofaro, S. | 2007
115
Categories that make finiteness: discreteness from a functional perspective and some of its repercussions
Bisang, W. | 2007
138
Constructional Economy and nonfinite independent clauses
Nikolaeva, I. | 2007
183
Clause structure and verbal forms in Nakh-Daghestanian languages
Kalinina, E. / Sumbatova, N. | 2007
250
In what ways can finite and nonfinite clauses differ? Evidence from Russian
Perlmutter, D. M. | 2007
305
Verbal and nominalized finite clauses in Turkish
Kornfilt, J. | 2007
335
Diachrony and finiteness: subordination in the dialects of southern Italy
Ledgeway, A. | 2007
366
Insubordination and its uses
Evans, N. | 2007
432
Finiteness in first and second language acquisition
Gretsch, P. / Perdue, C. | 2007

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