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Actes du Congrès de l’ACL 2019 2019 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 Colombie-Britannique, du 1er juin au 3 juin 2019. 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 from June 1 to 3, 2019. Not all papers given at the conference were submitted.

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the proceedings of the 2019 annual conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association were not available until September 2021.

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ISSN 0027-9633


Table des matières Table of Contents

  1. Adjective intensification in American Sign Language Yurika Aonuki University of British Columbia
  2. The need for indexed markedness: Evidence from spoken Persian Koorosh Ariyaee University of Toronto
  3. Non-local inward-sensitive allomorphy in Bengali negation Neil Banerjee Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  4. Code-switching in Blackfoot stories Heather Bliss Simon Fraser University
  5. Morphosyntactic multifunctionality of Korean ko and Japanese to/tte/te: A comparative study Hailey Hyekyeong Ceong University of Victoria
  6. Spatial and discourse deixis and the speech act structure of nominals Valentina Colasanti & Martina Wiltschko University of British Columbia; University of Pompeu Fabra and University of British Columbia
  7. Subsegmental interactions between affrication and devoicing in Québec French Michael Dow Université De Montréal
  8. Lexical blending as a method for translating language-specific jokes from English-language sitcoms into Ukrainian Olha Filonik & Svitlana Winters The National University of Ostroh Academy; University of Calgary
  9. Canadian raising: contrast neutralization in Meaford, ON, and Vancouver, BC Geoff Fullerton University of British Columbia
  10. Testing contexts’ effects on the blocking of Mandarin ziji’s long-distance reflexivization Peng (Benjamin) Han University of Calgary
  11. Recycling in Catalan clitic acquisition: Underspecification… and frequency effects? David Heap & Adriana Soto-Corominas University of Western Ontario; University of Alberta
  12. Introducing Phon to the sociophonetics community Angelica Hernandez & Yvan Rose Western University; Memorial University
  13. Separating concord and Agree: The case of Zazaki ezafe Arsalan Kahnemuyipour & Andrew Peters University of Toronto
  14. The timing of head movement: Evidence from predicate clefts Nicholas LaCara
  15. To be or not to be: Processing of negation according to language background Gabrielle Manning, Laura Sabourin & Sara Farshchi University of Ottawa; Lund University
  16. Wrapping your head around idiom processing: Subjective and objective linguistics constraints Mahsa Morid & Laura Sabourin University of Ottawa
  17. Notes on sluicing and swiping in (Canadian) French Dennis Ott & Raymond Therrien University of Ottawa
  18. An analysis of ATR harmony in Alur Avery Ozburn University of British Columbia
  19. On co-occuring plurals and classifiers in Khmer Ivanna Richardson University of Ottawa
  20. The syntax of formality: Universals and variation Elizabeth Ritter & Martina Wiltschko University of Calgary; ICREA & University of Pompeu Fabra
  21. Plosive reduction in South Baffin Inuktitut Matthew Schuurman Université du Québec à Montréal
  22. The H-pattern in Central Ibero-Romance: Further evidence for morphomes Katie Slemp, Tatiana Fernandez & Fraser Carson University of Western Ontario
  23. Writing vs. speech: How do Spanish online videos pronounce gender inclusive language? Katie Slemp, David Heap & Yarubi Díaz University of Western Ontario
  24. Definiteness in Laki Sahar Taghipour University of Toronto
  25. Hybrid alignment in Laki agreement Sahar Taghipour & Arsalan Kahnemuyipour University of Toronto
  26. Definiteness and specificity in the Martinican Creole DP: Evidence from relative clauses Stéphane Térosier Université de Montréal
  27. A corpus-based study of classifiers in Vietnamese Thanh Hai Tran University of Manitoba
  28. Une description sémantique et syntaxique du morphème d’aspect -liq- en inuktitut Nora Villeneuve Université du Québec à Montréal
  29. La productivité morphologique des composés A-N et N-de-N dans la littérature française du 17e au 20e siècle Elena Voskovskaia Grande Prairie Regional College

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