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作者:Marten van der Meulen
来源:[J].Linguistics in the Netherlands, 2018, Vol.35 (1), pp.79-96约翰本杰明出版公司
摘要:Abstract The suppression of optional variability is a cornerstone of English prescriptivism. For Dutch, however, it is unknown whether this concept is equally important. The goal of this paper is to investigate which stance towards variation is taken in Dutch prescriptivism,...
作者:Joanna Wall
来源:[J].Linguistics in the Netherlands, 2018, Vol.35 (1), pp.155-172约翰本杰明出版公司
摘要:Abstract Have -doubling constructions closely resemble periphrastic perfect tense constructions but have an additional, seemingly superfluous form of the verb have . Whilst these constructions are only found in a small number of modern Dutch dialects, they appear much more broadl...
作者:Ton van der Wouden
来源:[J].Linguistics in the Netherlands, 2018, Vol.35 (1), pp.173-186约翰本杰明出版公司
摘要:Abstract Dutch has a construction consisting of a verbal part and something else: ′wɛrksə ‘enjoy your work’ (< werk ‘to work’), ′rujzə ‘enjoy your rowing’ (< roei ‘to row’). According to accepted wisdom, this ‘success imperative’, as it is known in t...
作者:Martijn van der Klis
来源:[J].Linguistics in the Netherlands, 2018, Vol.35 (1), pp.35-50约翰本杰明出版公司
摘要:Abstract Most Romance languages share a grammaticalized construction to refer to events in the recent past, e.g. the passé récent in French and the pasado reciente in Spanish. In English, typically a present perfect alongside the adverb just is used to convey this meaning, c...

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