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Going Romance

Publication 2007

Title: Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2005
Subtitle: Selected papers from “Going Romance” Utrecht, 8-10 December 2005.
Editors: Sergio Baauw, Frank Drijkoningen and Manuela Pinto.
Year of publication: 2007.
Publishing Company: John Benjamins, Amsterdam/Philadelphia.
Series: Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, volume 291.


  • Asier Alcazar & Mario Saltarelli: The quirky Case of participial clauses. Pages 1-18.
  • Adriana Belletti: Answering Strategies. A view from acquisition. Pages 19-38.
  • Monica Cabrera & Maria Luisa Zubizarreta: Transfer in periphrastic causatives in L2 English and L2 Spanish. Pages 39-58.
  • Joao Costa & Maria Lobo: Clitic omission, null objects or both in the acquisition of European Portuguese? Pages 59-72.
  • Elisabeth Delais-Roussarie & Annie Rialland: Metrical structure, tonal association and focus in French. Pages 73-98.
  • Anna Maria Di Sciullo: On affixal scope and affix-root ordering in Italian. Pages 99-114.
  • Raquel Gonzalez-Rodriguez: Scope economy in positive polarity: extreme degree quantification. Pages 115-130.
  • Goodin-Mayeda & Jason Rothman: The acquisition of aspect in L2 Portuguese and Spanish. Pages 131-148.
  • Andrea Gualmini: Mechanisms of scope resolution in child Italian. Pages 149-164.
  • Javier Gutierrez-Rexach: When scope meets modality: the scope of indefinites in subjunctive environments. Pages 165-184.
  • Mélanie Jouitteau: Listen to the sound of salience; multichannel syntax of Q particles. Pages 185-200.
  • Tihana Kras: Instability and age effects at the lexicon-syntax interface. Pages 201-212.
  • Masa Kuno: On the ambiguity of N-words in French. Pages 213-228.
  • Anna Notley & Elisabeth van der Linden & Aafke Hulk: Cross-linguistic influence in bilingual children: the case of dislocation. Pages 229-258.
  • Francisco Ordonez: Cartography of postverbal subjects in Spanish and Catalan. Pages 259-280.
  • Maren Pannemann & Fred Weerman: Mismatches between phonology and syntax in French DP acquisition. Pages 281-298.
  • Jason Rothman: Pragmatic solutions for syntactic problems. Pages 299-320.
  • Ana Lucia Santos: A poverty-of-the-stimulus argument for the innateness of the identification conditions on VP ellipsis. Pages 321-334.
  • Index

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