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Abels, K; (2004) Deriving Selectional properties of ‘exclamative’ predicates. In: (Proceedings) ESSLLI XVI.

Abels, K; (2004) Deriving selectional properties of ‘exclamative’ predicates. Presented at: Workshop Syntax, Semantics, and Pragmatics of Questions at ESSLLI XVI, Nancy.

Abels, K; (2004) Remarks on Grimshaw’s Clausal Typology. Presented at: Sinn und Bedeutung 9, Nijmegen.

Abels, K; (2004) Why surprise-predicates do not embed polar interrogatives. Linguistische Arbeitsberichte LAB , 81 pp. 203-222.

Abels, K; (2004) Zur Debatte um den Satztyp ‘Exklamativ’. Presented at: Forschergruppe Sprachtheoretische Grundlagen der Kognitionswissenschaft, Leipzig.

Abels, K; (2004) Zur Kompatibilität von Frageprädikaten und eingebetteten Exklamativen. Presented at: Workshop Interface and Interface Conditions, Leipzig.

Abels, K; (2004) Right Node Raising: Ellipsis or Across the Board Movement? In: Moulton, K and Wolf, M, (eds.) (Proceedings) NELS 34. (pp. pp. 45-60). GLSA: Amherst, Mass.

Ackema, P; Neeleman, A; (2004) Beyond Morphology: Interface Conditions on Word Formation. Oxford Studies in Theoretical Linguistics. Oxford UP: Oxford, England.

Ackema, P; Neeleman, AD; (2004) Beyond Morphology; Interface Conditions on Word Formation: Studies in Theoretical Linguistics. [Book]. Studies in Theoretical Linguistics.. Oxford: Oxford University Press.: Oxford..

Anand, P; Nevins, A; (2004) Shifty Operators in Changing Contexts. In: In the Proceedings of Semantics and Linguistic Theory 14. (pp. 20-37). CLC Publications: Ithaca.


Breheny, R; (2004) 'Indefinites and Anaphoric Dependence - A Case for Dynamic Semantics or Pragmatics?'. In: Reimer, M and Bezuidenhout, A, (eds.) Descriptions and Beyond. (pp. 455-483). OUP

Bury, D; Froud, K; Horsey, R; Szendroi, K; (2004) Focus and the interaction between syntax and pragmatics - Preface. In: LINGUA. (pp. 227 - 227). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV


Carston, R; (2004) Stephen C. Levinson, Presumptive meanings: the theory of generalized conversational implicature. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2000. Pp. xxiii+480. [Review]. Journal of Linguistics , 40 (1) 181 - 186. 10.1017/S0022226703272364. Green open access

Carston, R; (2004) Truth-conditional content and conversational implicature. In: Bianchi, C, (ed.) The Semantics/Pragmatics Distinction. (pp. 65-100). CSLI. Stanford University

Carston, R; (2004) Explicature and semantics. In: Davis, S and Gillon, B, (eds.) Semantics: A Reader. (pp. 817-845). Oxford University Press

Carston, R; (2004) Relevance Theory and the saying/implicating distinction. In: Horn, L and Ward, G, (eds.) The Handbook of Pragmatics. (pp. 633-656). Blackwells: Oxford.

Cormier, K; (2004) Exclusive pronouns in ASL and BSL. Presented at: Workshop "Sign languages: A cross-linguistic perspective" held at the Annual Meeting of the German Linguistic Society.

Cormier, K; (2004) Review of: Perspectives on classifier constructions in sign languages, ed. by Karen Emmorey. Sign Language and Linguistics , 7 (2) pp. 207-213.

Cormier, K; (2004) The categorical status of first person in signed languages. Presented at: Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America.


Fitzpatrick, J; Nevins, A; (2004) Linearization of Nested and Overlapping Precedence in Multiple Reduplication. In: Proceedings of the Penn Linguistics Colloquium 29. (pp. 75-88).


Grohmann, K; Nevins, A; (2004) On the Syntactic Expression of Pejorative Mood. In: Linguistic Variation Yearbook 4. (pp. 143-179).

Guimaraes, I; Abberton, E; (2004) An investigation of the Voice Handicap Index with speakers of Portuguese: preliminary data. Journal of Voice , 18 (1) pp. 71-82.


Harris, J; (2004) Release the captive coda: the foot as a domain of phonetic interpretation. In: Local, J and Ogden, R and Temple, R, (eds.) Phonetic interpretation: Papers in Laboratory Phonology. (pp. 103-129). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.


Neeleman, A; Szendroi, K; (2004) Superman sentences. LINGUIST INQ , 35 (1) 149 - 159.

Neeleman, A; van de Koot, H; (2004) The Grammatical Code. Ms. UCL

Neeleman, A; van de Koot, J; Doetjes, J; (2004) Degree Expressions. The Linguistic Review , 21 (1) pp. 1-66. 10.1515/tlir.2004.001.

Nevins, A; (2004) What UG Can and Can't do to Help the Reduplication Learner. In: In Plato's Problems: Papers on Language Acquisition, MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 48. (pp. 113-126).

Nevins, A; (2004) Derivations without the Activity Condition. In: McGinnis, M and Richards, N, (eds.) In Perspectives on Phases, ed. MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 49. (pp. 287-310).

Nevins, A; Vaux, B; (2004) Consonant Harmony in Karaim. In: The Proceedings of the Workshop on Altaic in Formal Linguistics, MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 46. (pp. 175-194).


Pouscoulous, N; Noveck, I; (2004) Implicatures et développement. Psychologie française , 49 pp. 193-207. 10.1016/j.psfr.2004.05.002.


Rodrigues, C; (2004) Thematic Chains. Delta , 20 pp. 122-147.


Smith, NV; Cormack, A; (2004) Backward control in Korean and Japanese. UCL Working Papers in Linguistics (16) pp. 57-83.

Szendroi, K; (2004) A stress-driven approach to climbing. In: Kiss, K and van Riemsdijk, H, (eds.) Verb clusters. A study of Hungarian, German and Dutch. (pp. 205-223). John Benjamins: Amsterdam.

Szendroi, K; (2004) Acquisition evidence for an interface theory of focus. In: van Kampen, J and Baauw, S, (eds.) (Proceedings) Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition 2003. (pp. pp. 457-468). LOT: Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Szendroi, K; Toth, I; (2004) Hungarian verbal clusters – results of a questionnaire survey. In: Kiss, K and van Riemsdijk, H, (eds.) Verb clusters. A study of Hungarian, German and Dutch. (pp. 87-119). John Benjamins: Amsterdam.


Van de Koot, H; (2004) Explaining Barss's Generalization. UCL Working Papers in Linguistics (16) pp. 177-195.


Wilson, D; (2004) Relevance and lexical pragmatics. UCL Working Papers in Linguistics , 16 pp. 343-360.

Wilson, D; (2004) Relevance and word meaning: The past, present and future of lexical pragmatics. Modern Foreign Languages (Quarterly) , 27 pp. 1-13.


Yip, M; (2004) Lateral survival: an OT account. International Journal of English Studies , 4 (2) pp. 25-51. Gold open access

Yip, M; (2004) Phonological markedness and allomorph selection in Zahao. Language and Linguistics , 5 (4) pp. 969-1001.

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