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A Constructional Analysis of Obligatory XVS Syntactic Structures

Stutterheim. 2002. Typology and information organisation: Perspective taking and language-specific effects in the construal of events. In Anna Giacalone Ramat (ed.), Typology and second language acquisition, 365-402. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. Chafe, Wallace. L. 1992. Information flow in speaking and writing. In Pamela Downing, Susan D. Lima, & Michael Noonan (eds.), The linguistics of literacy, 17-29. Amsterdam/ Philadelphia: John Benjamins. Chafe, Wallace L. 1994. Discourse, consciousness, and time: The flow and displacement of conscious

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John Lydgate’s Use of Prepositions and Adverbs Meaning ‘Between’

-Kiliszewska, Ewa. 2015. The Middle English preposition and adverb atwēn . In Brian Lowrey & Fabienne Toupin (eds.), Studies in linguistic variation and change: From Old to Middle English , 41–63. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Esteban-Segura, Laura. 2014. A diachronic study of the prepositions among and amongst . Token: A Journal of English Linguistics 2. 93–107. Hopper, Paul & Elizabeth Closs Traugott. 1993. Grammaticalization . (2nd edn.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Hotta, Ryuichi. 2014. Betwixt and between : The ebb and flow

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Intensity of the Reader’s Voice in the Reading Aloud of Fiction: Effects of the Character’s Gender

. 1984. Simultaneous measurements of mean air flow rate, fundamental frequency and voice intensity. The Japan Journal of Logopedics and Phoniatrics 25(3). 189–207. DOI: 10.5112/jjlp.25.189 Verhoeven, Jo, Guy De Pauw & Hanne Kloots. 2004. Speech rate in a pluricentric language: A comparison between Dutch in Belgium and the Netherlands. Language and Speech 47(3). 297–308. DOI: 10.1177/00238309040470030401 Whiteside, Sandra P. 1996. Temporal-based acoustic-phonetic patterns in read speech: Some evidence for speaker sex differences. Journal of the

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