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References Archer, Dawn 2010 "Speech acts", in: Andreas H. Jucker - Irma Taavitsainen (eds.), 379-417. Arnovick, Leslie Katherine 1990 The development of future constructions in English: The pragmatics of modal and temporal will and shall in Middle English. (Berkeley Insights in Linguistics and Semiotics 2.) New York: Peter Lang. Arnovick, Leslie Katherine 1999 Diachronic pragmatics: Seven case studies in English illocutionary development. (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 68.) Amsterdam - Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company. Austin, John Langshow

. In Marcin Krygier & Liliana Sikorska (eds.), Naked wordes in Englissh , 47–67. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang. Molencki, Rafał. 2007a. On the rise of the temporal preposition/conjunction before . In Marcin Krygier & Liliana Sikorska (eds.), To make his Englissh sweete upon his tonge , 37–54. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang. Molencki, Rafał. 2007b. Rozwój diachroniczny before i after w języku angielskim. In Andrzej Łyda (ed.), Przestrzenie języka , 10–24. Katowice: Wyższa Szkoła Zarządzania Marketingowego i Języków Obcych. Molencki, Rafał. 2008. The rise of because

The Monophthongisation of Diphthongs Before Dorsal Fricatives: A Corpus Study

The paper discusses the geographical distribution of the monophthongisation of (1) the diphthong [ei] (< [e:ç]) before the palatal fricative [ç] (i.e. [eiç > i:ç]) and (2) the diphthong [ou] (< [o:×]) before the velar fricative [×] (i.e. [oux > u:x] in words like high an bough. The resulting monophthongs became the input to the diphthongisation rule, a part of the Great Vowel Shift. On the basis of forty-nine Middle English poetic texts from the Chadwyck-Healey online corpus an effort is made here to establish temporal and dialectal conditioning of the change.

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Compendium: The Middle English Dictionary. A hyper bibliography of Middle English Prose and Verse, a Corpus of Middle English Prose and Verse Compiled by Frances McSparran (University of Michigan). Humanities Text Initiative. http://ets.umdl.umich.edu/m/mec/. Molencki, Rafał. 2005. On the syntactic and semantic development of after in medieval English. In Marcin Krygier & Liliana Sikorska (eds.), Naked wordes in Englissh (Medieval English Mirror 2), 47-67. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang. Molencki, Rafał. 2007a. On the rise of the temporal preposition/conjunction before. In

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Moral, relating to Good Life; Physical; relating to Diet, and Health; Topical, relating to Particular Place; Temporal, relating to Seasons; or Ironical, relating to Raillery, and Mirth, etc (London: J.G.). In Lynn A. Botelho (ed.), The history of old age in England 1600–1800 . Vol. 1. The cultural conception of old age in the seventeenth century , 41–49. London: Routledge. Klein, Joan Larsen (ed.). 1992. Daughters, wives and widows: Writings by men About women and marriage in England, 1500–1640 . Urbana and Chicago, IL: University of Illinois Press. Rollins, Hyder

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