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1985The emergence of the semantics of tense and aspect in the language of a visually impaired childWilson, Robert Benjamin
Aug-2003Emergent properties of Japanese verbal inflectionKlafehn, Terry
1984Epistemology in linguistic analysis : a case study from Japanese and OkinawanShinzato, Rumiko
2004An ergative view of Thao syntaxWang, Shan-Shan
Dec-2003The first and second language acquisition of negative polarity items in English and KoreanSong, Min Sun
2005First language phonological processes and morphophonological rules in second language acquisition: Korean learners of EnglishPark, In Kyu
1995The form and function of general extenders in English interactive disscourseOverstreet, Maryann E (Maryann Elizabeth)
1977Games and other routines in the conversation of pre-school children : a case study in developmental sociolinguisticsIwamura, Susan Joyce
1978The genetic relationship of the Ainu languagePatrie, James Tyrone
Dec-2014A grammar of Akuntsú, a Tupían languageAragon, Carolina Coelho
Dec-2014A grammar of Baba Malay with sociophonetic considerationsLee, Huiying Nala
Aug-2014A grammar of Irarutu, a language of West Papua, Indonesia, with historical analysisJackson, Jason A. J.
1993Idiomaticity in basic writing : formulas and idioms in the writing of some multilingual and creole speaking community college studentsSonomura, Marion Okawa
May-2014Individual differences in first and second language sentence processing : evidence from statistical learningLee, On-Soon
2005The interaction of linguistic, pragmatic, and social factors : the case of datives and ditransitives in ThaiTimyam, Napasri
1966An Ivatan syntaxReid, Lawrence Andrew
1992Japanese passives and related constructionsKanno, Kazue
1971Kapampangan syntactic processesMirikitani, Leatrice T.
1972Korean syntax : case markers, delimiters, complementation, and relativizationYang, In-Seok
1992Korean verbal morphology : inflectional affixes are headsLee, Dong-Jae