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Actes du Congrès de l’ACL 2017 2017 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 Ryerson, du 27 mai au 29 mai 2017. Certaines des communications présentées n’ont pas été soumises par les auteures et les auteurs.

Rédacteur : Andrew Alexander Monti

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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 Ryerson University from May 27 to May 29, 2017. Not all papers given at the conference were submitted.

Editor: Andrew Alexander Monti

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ISSN 0027-9633


Table des matières Table of Contents

  1. The association of epistemic modality and aspect in Makkan Arabic: The case of qad Jumanah Abusulaiman University of Ottawa
  2. L1 and animacy effects in the acquisition of gender agreement in Arabic Ali Alamry & Laura Sabourin University of Ottawa
  3. The syntax and morphology of Mandarin (Chinese) driver and truck-driver Fulang Chen University of Toronto
  4. Unifying Finnish aspectual case marking Radu Craioveanu University of Toronto
  5. Crossing branches: The challenge of acquiring recursive nominal structures in L2 acquisition Natalia Docteur, Jida Jaffan, Ana T. Pérez-Leroux & Mathusha Sanjeevan University of Toronto
  6. Predicate-sensitive EPP Julianne Doner University of Toronto
  7. Extraction morphosyntax and wh-agreement in Gitksan: A case for accusativity Clarissa Forbes University of Toronto
  8. Anchoring in grammar: Puzzles with epistemic comparatives Julie Goncharov & Monica Alexandrina Irimia Hebrew University of Jerusalem & University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
  9. A force-theoretic approach to Mandarin single-clause resultative constructions Peng (Benjamin) Han University of Calgary
  10. Negation is low in Persian: Evidence from nominalization Arsalan Kahnemuyipour University of Toronto Mississauga
  11. Discontinuous quantifiers in Michif Daiho Kitaoka & Kathleen Strader University of Ottawa
  12. North and South Korean: A comparative development of the Korean plural-marker -tul Danica MacDonald University of Calgary
  13. Focused subject sluicing in Hindi–Urdu Kinza Mahoon University of Toronto
  14. What the Russian subjunctive marker tells us but doesn’t say Emilia Melara University of Toronto
  15. Deducing Transfer from Merge Manabu Mizuguchi Toyo University
  16. Influence translinguistique dans l’attrition du /l/ sombre chez les anglophones apprenants du français L2 : Effet de l’immersion dans un milieu francophone Aran Oberle University of Toronto
  17. The syntax and pragmatics of dislocation: A non-templatic approach Dennis Ott University of Ottawa
  18. Proximate DP, obviative KP: Balancing the morphosyntax and pragmatics of obviation Will Oxford University of Manitoba
  19. Stripping in Spanish focalized PP remnants Virgilio Partida Peñalva University of Toronto
  20. The information structure of imperatives Elizabeth Ritter & Lavi Wolf Ben Gurion University of the Negev & University of Calgary
  21. The little nP hypothesis Deniz Satık Syracuse University
  22. The absentive: Time, person, and place deixis Bettina Spreng University of Saskatchewan
  23. Where the Malagasy adverbs are Clea Stuart McGill University
  24. Canadian raising on the rise in Vancouver? A phonetic comparison of Vancouver, BC, and Seattle, WA Julia Thomas Swan Reed College
  25. On replication and lexical frequency in psycholinguistics Heather Swanson, Bethany MacLeod & Daniel Siddiqi Carleton University
  26. Does the task really matter? The elicitation of negative doubling across four tasks in Chipileño Spanish Olga Tararova University of Toronto
  27. A-t-on besoin des études italiennes : Une étude des distinctions et des similarités des facteurs qui mènent à l’acquisition du paramètre du sujet nul en italien et en espagnol Katherine Hilary Walton University of Toronto
  28. Can unnatural stress patterns be learned: New evidence from Klingon Joseph W. Windsor & Robyn Stewart University of Calgary & Klingon Language Institute

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