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Sobre la historia de for example y for instance como marcadores de ejemplificacion, seleccion y argumentacion (1600-1999). Rodríguez-Abruñeiras, Paula Report Jun 1, 2021 8330
PARDON MY FRENCH: EXCAVATING THE ROOTS OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. Hohenbary, Jim Dec 22, 2019 1496
THE HYPOTHESIS OF CHANGE FROM ABOVE IN THE HISTORY OF ENGLISH: STATE OF THE ART AND PERSPECTIVES. Lavidas, Nikolaos Report Dec 1, 2019 6817
CHANGE FROM ABOVE, LANGUAGE CONTACT, AND INDIVIDUAL CHANGE IN ELFRIC'S LINGUISTIC TERMINOLOGY. Yakovenko, Yekaterina Critical essay Dec 1, 2019 7292
YOOPER: The U.P.'s unique history and cross-section of several cultures has enabled its residents to develop their own dialect over time, providing the area with its own identity through language. But what does it mean to talk like a "Yooper," and how does one identify with that one-of-a-kind region? Remlinger, Kathryn A. Jan 1, 2019 2632
Derivational paradigms and competition in English: a diachronic study on competing causative verbs and their derivatives. Fernandez-Alcaina, Cristina; Cermak, Jan Report Sep 1, 2018 10577
Rethinking Gender and Language in Stephen Scrope's Epistle of Othea. Schieberle, Misty Critical essay Jan 1, 2018 9894
Words of French origin ending in-ADE. Shaw, D.M. Aug 1, 2017 424
Ain't ain't the same no more. Dahlem, Glenn G. Essay Nov 1, 2012 853
When discourse matches syntax: on meta-informative centering theory and discourse coherence in the recent history of English. Martinez Insua, Ana Elina Report Jul 1, 2011 9076
A descriptive approach to computerised English historical corpora in the 21st century. Vazquez, Nila; Esteban-Segura, Laura; Marques-Aguado, Teresa Report Jul 1, 2011 8701
A declaration of linguistic independence: sixteen years before he became the nation's second president, John Adams proclaimed, "English is destined to be in the next and succeeding centuries more generally the language of the world than Latin was in the last or French is in the present age.". Lederer, Richard Mar 1, 2011 1191
English-Creole dictionary. Brief article Mar 1, 2009 130
Writing place in English: how a school subject constitutes children's relations to the environment. Cormack, Phillip; Green, Bill Report Jun 1, 2007 7075
Linguistic fragmentation and redemption before King Alfred. Stanton, Robert Jan 1, 2006 8813
Early modern printers and the standardization of English spelling. Howard-Hill, T.H. Jan 1, 2006 8130
Whither English?: Language Shifts With Cultural Changes. Waters, Jen Nov 1, 2004 1064
A "two-way relationship in English" revisited: on reciprocal expressions in early English, with a digression into Modern English uses. Kahlas-Tarkka, Leena Jan 1, 2004 5542
From an introduction to English poetry. (A Special APR Supplement). Fenton, James Nov 1, 2002 8125
The American spelling reform movement. Whelan, Richard Sep 22, 2002 3758
To curf and thrash, and vex and dash. Betts, Jerome Sep 22, 2002 660
ME -Lich(e)l-ly. (1). Ciszek, Ewa Aug 6, 2002 8990
The origin and diffusion of English 3SG-S. Miller, D. Gary Critical Essay Aug 6, 2002 3634
Countable, uncountable and collective nouns in the early eighteenth century English -- an overview. (Linguistics). Rozumko, Agata Jan 1, 2002 8613
Albeit a conjunction, yet it is a clause: a counter-example to unidirectionality hypothesis? (1). Molencki, Rafal Jan 1, 1997 5970
Reciprocal pronouns: from discontinuity to unity. Raumolin-Brunberg, Helena Jan 1, 1997 3464
Sex differences in historical syntax: Early Modern English testimonies in the ms minutes of the court of governors of the royal hospitals of bridewell and Bethlem 1559-1599. A pilot study. Wright, Laura Statistical Data Included Jan 1, 1997 9334

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