Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2009: Selected papers from 'Going Romance' Nice 2009
The annual Going Romance conference has developed into the major European discussion forum for theoretically relevant research on Romance languages where current ideas about language in general and about Romance languages in particular are tested. The twenty-third Going Romance conference was a very special one: for the first time it was not hosted by one of the Dutch universities, but was co-organized by the Radboud University Nijmegen and the Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis and held in France at the Maison du Séminaire in Nice from 3 5 December 2009.
The present volume contains a broad range of peer-reviewed articles dealing with syntax, phonology, morphology, semantics and acquisition of the Romance languages as well as selected papers from the special workshop dealing with linguistic change in relation to linguistic theory.
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Degree fronting in Québec French and the syntactic structure of degree quantifier DPS
On sentenceinternal le même the same in French and Pluractionality
Topic prominence is not a factor of variation between Brazilian and European Portuguese
When dialectology studies contribute to lexical semantics and to etymology
Cartography and agrammatic syntactic production in IberoRomance
The valuation of gender agreement in DP
Typology or reconstruction
Sentential coordination and Ellipsis
Underapplication of vowel reduction to schwa in majorcan catalan productive derivation and verbal inflection
Focus and the development of Nwords in Spanish
On verbal duplication in River Plate Spanish
Stylistic fronting and remnant movement in old French
Person restrictions and the representation of third person an argument from Barceloní Catalan
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adjectives adverbs agrammatic agreement analysis Anne argue argument c-command Catalan clause clitic compounds conﬁguration conjunct constraint constructions contexts contrast dative derivation DFPL dialects diﬁerence diﬂerent Distributed Morphology elements ellipsis endocentric English epistemic modal European Portuguese examples excepto fact feature ﬁeld ﬁnd ﬁnite verb ﬁrst ﬂoating parenthetical focus focus feature French gender genitive grammar head host sentence hypothesis Ieanne indeﬁnite inﬁnitive inﬂection initial syllable interpretation Ioan Ioana Iohn Iuan Latin LE-DDWNs lexical licensed Linguistic Luc and Flore Luc et Flore Maria meme merged modiﬁers morphology movement n-words negation negative polarity items nominal non-core datives noun Occitan Oxford paradigm person phrase plural position predicate pronoun properties propose proposition quantiﬁers Quebec French reading reconstruction Romance languages Romanian schwa Section semantic signiﬁed Spanish speaker speciﬁc stem structure syntactic syntax Tense Th-adjectives thrush tion U-C tier unstressed verbal duplication vowel word yes/no questions