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Actes du Congrès de l’ACL 2008 2008 CLA conference proceedings

Les articles publiés dans ces actes ont été présentés lors du congrès annuel de l’Association canadienne de linguistique qui s’est tenu à l’Université de la Colombie Britanique, en Vancouver, du 31 mai au 2 juin 2008. Certaines des communications présentées n’ont pas été soumises par les auteures et les auteurs.

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ISSN 0027-9633

The papers in these proceedings were presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association held at the University of British Columbia, in Vancouver, from May 31 to June 2, 2008. Not all papers given at the conference were submitted.

Editor: Susie Jones

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ISSN 0027-9633

Table des matières Table of Contents

  1. On the directionality of emphasis spread Sam Al Khatib
  2. Diminutive verbal suffixes in Finnish Solveiga Armoskaite & Päivi Koskinen
  3. Syntactically challenged rather than reduced: Participial relatives revisited Alyona Belikova
  4. Structuring information in Blackfoot: Against the A′-agreement analysis of cross-clausal agreement Heather Bliss
  5. Passivization and A′-movement in Shona Heather Bliss & Dennis Ryan Storoshenko
  6. Comparison discontinue et quantification de degrés David-Étienne Bouchard
  7. Light NP shift and verbal adjuncts in English Julian Brooke
  8. A case phase analysis of online binding in English Réjean Canac-Marquis
  9. L’alternance avoir été/être eu dans les auxiliaries du passé surcomposé en français: Un nouvel argument pour le caractère syntaxique du morphème se Isabelle Charnavel
  10. Phonetic cues to stress in a tonal language: Prosodic prominence in San Lucas Quiaviní Zapotec Mario E. Chávez-Peón
  11. La syntaxe, la morphologie, et la phonologie de la réduction dans les titres Ivan Chow, Volha Kharytonava, Mikalai Kliashchuk & Ileana Paul
  12. Anaphoric relations with Greek pronouns revisited Christiana Christodoulou
  13. Contrast in Inuit consonant inventories Richard Compton
  14. Palatalization and strong /i/ across Inuit dialects Richard Compton and B. Elan Dresher
  15. Wh-questions in English: A parsing-oriented theory of locality Gregory F. Coppola
  16. The Hungarian conditional: Non-deictic counterfactuality Elizabeth Cowper and Daniel Currie Hall
  17. The morpho-phonology of (in)alienable possession Eva Dobler
  18. The neurophysiology of scope ambiguity Veena D. Dwivedi, Natalie A. Phillips, Stephanie Einagel & Shari Baum
  19. L’universalité et l’autonomie de la construction à double objet David H. Fournier
  20. Distinguishing between unintentional agents and unintentional causers Ewelina Frackowiak & María-Luisa Rivero
  21. Interrogative structures in Marshallese Michaël Gagnon & Alexis Wellwood
  22. Comprehension of D(iscourse)-linked questions by aphasics: New evidence Helen Goodluck, Danijela Stojanovic & Diane Carter
  23. The split-PP hypothesis and its implications Colin Gorrie
  24. Old English high vowel deletion in stocking feet Daniel Currie Hall
  25. The status of nominal gender in Algonquian: Evidence from psych verbs Sara Johansson
  26. Verbal morphology of Japanese and head movement Michiya Kawai
  27. L’interrogation coordonnée dans les langues slaves Mikalai Kliashchuk
  28. When the vocal chords vibrate but no one listens: German perception of English word-final obstruents Sarah Knee & Ruben van de Vijver
  29. Spontaneous speech, lab speech, and effects on intonation: Some useful findings for fieldworkers (and laboratory phonologists) Karsten Koch
  30. The meaning of na and conditional wishes Maria Kyriakaki
  31. Disyllabicity in Nuuchahnulth Sunghwa Lee
  32. Tonal assimilation patterns of Cantonese L2 speakers of Mandarin in the perception and production of Mandarin tones Anna S. Leung
  33. An acoustically based contrastive study of L1 and L2 nasal coda production Ya Li
  34. Person licensing: The Algonquian–Romance connection Bethany Lochbihler
  35. Contraction, grammaticalization and the phonology/syntax interface: Progressives in Brazilian Portuguese Ronald Beline Mendes
  36. On compositionalality of even: A case study of German auch nur Kimiko Nakanishi
  37. The aspectual function of inceptive morphemes Larissa Nossalik
  38. What cue where? On the role of pitch and length in the acquisition of L2 prosodic representations Nathan Owens & Annie Tremblay
  39. Children’s scope assignment: A relevance theoretic account Öner Özçelik
  40. Children’s interpretation of null objects under the scope of negation Ana T. Pérez-Leroux, Mihaela Pirvulescu & Yves Roberge
  41. Early determination Ana T. Pérez-Leroux & Tanya Battersby
  42. Thai numeral classifiers in non-quantified noun phrases Nattaya Piriyawiboon
  43. Conséquences du parallèle entre distribution du subjonctif, monotonicité décroissante et implicatures à échelle Cynthia Potvin
  44. Interlanguage prosody: Native English speakers’ production of Mandarin yes–no questions Carolyn Pytlyk
  45. On the interaction of tone and stress in contour tone languages Chen Qu
  46. The acquisition of allophonic variation in Spanish as a second language Yasaman Rafat
  47. On distinguishing Persian vowels Elham Rohany Rahbar
  48. Persian prosodic structure Nima Sadat-Tehrani
  49. The Canadian shift: Coast to coast Emily Sadlier-Brown & Meredith Tamminga
  50. Analyse formantique des pauses remplies chez les adolescents unilingues en Outaouais Québécois : Une étude pilote Marie-Claude Séguin
  51. Disambiguating the Spanish (*)te me constraint: Evidence from Russian ditransitives Alexandra Simonenko
  52. The consequences of cyclic spell-out for verbal stem-allomorphy Tobin R. Skinner
  53. Relating non-argument reflexives to argument structure in English Dennis Ryan Storoshenko
  54. Similarities in covert syntax and overt syntax: Some diagnostics from reflexive licensing Mina Sugimura
  55. Verb or noun? Word conversion and frequency effects in English Laura Teddiman
  56. Complements in non-referential contexts: comparing English and Chinese Lyn Shan Tieu
  57. Choose one: Head or phrasal movement in the same domain Lisa de Mena Travis & Mona-Luiza Ungureanu
  58. Possesseurs datifs devant syntagmes prépositionnels Egor Tsedryk
  59. Pronoms clitiques accusatifs et datifs chez les enfants francophones Kanstantsin Tsedryk & Iryna Punko
  60. Reverse sluicing in modern Greek: A new answer to an old problem Athanasios Tsiamas
  61. Javanese modals Jozina Vander Klok
  62. The internal structure of place class prepositional phrases in English Cathleen Waters
  63. I am done dinner: A case of lexicalization Yuri Yerastov
  64. Étude de la motivation conceptuelle des métaphors du mot « haut » : L’approche cognitive Ki-Chan Yune

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