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Volume 1:1 (Spring 1971)
(Edited by Charles W. Kisseberth)

Prefactory note ii
Georgia M. Green: Notes on clefts and pseudo-clefts and other related matters link 1
Michael J Kenstowicz & Charles W. Kisseberth: Unmarked bleeding orders link 8
Margie O'Bryan: Some problems with i-insertion in Pāli link 29
Susan F. Schmerling: A stress mess link 52
Royal Skousen: Consonant gradation in Finnish link 67

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Volume 1:2 (Fall 1971)
Papers on Hindi Syntax
(Edited by Yamuna Kachru)

Foreword ii
Susan K. Donaldson: Movement in restrictive relative clauses in Hindi link 1
Yamuna Kachru: Causative sentences in Hindi revisited link 75
Angela B. Kleiman: Some aspects of the causative construction in Hindi link 104
Margaret Steffensen: A deverbal analysis of adverbials in Hindi link 136
Karumuri V. Subbarao: Notes on relfexivization in Hindi link 180

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Volume 2:1 (Spring 1972)
Papers on Syntax and Semantics
(Edited by Georgia M. Green)

Noriko Akatsuka: Emotive verbs in English and Japanese link 1
Peter Cole: Noun phrases as quantifiers link 16
Richard J. Leskosky: Intensive reflexives link 42
Richard J. Leskosky: Further comments on instrumentals link 66
Jerry L. Morgan: Some problems of verb agreement link 84
Susan F. Schmerling: Apparent counterexamples to the coordinate structure constraint: a canonical conspiracy link 91
Daniel J. Taylor: Aspects of negation in classical Greek link 105
Georgia M. Green & Rafael Castillo: A selected bibliography of semantics-based generative grammar link 123

Volume 2:2 (Fall 1972)
Studies in Baltic Linguistics
(Edited by Hans Henrich Hock and Michael J. Kenstowicz)

Foreword link ii
Orthography link iii
Michael J. Kenstowicz: Lithuanian phonology link 1
Karen Dudas & Margie O'Bryan: Lithuanian verbal accentuation link 86
Karen Dudas: The accentuation of Lithuanian derived nominals link 103
Hans Henrich Hock: The Baltic ē-preterit: an older ā-preterit? link 137
Hans Henrich Hock: Problems in the synchronic derivation of the Lithuanian ē-formations link 165

Volume 3:1 (Spring 1973)
(Edited by Charles W. Kisseberth)

Georgia Green: The derivation of a relative infinitive construction 1
Peter Cole: Syntactic analogy and background pronominalization 33
Peter Cole: Global grammar versus index grammar: a question of power 45
David E. Johnson: Why delete tense? 54
Tej K. Bhatia: A computational investigation on the perception of aspirated consonants in Hindi 63
Hans Henrich Hock: Exceptions and synchronic analogy in Sanskrit 81
Margie O'Bryan: Opacity and the loss of a morphological process 102
Aporn Surintramont: Some aspects of underlying syllable structure in Thai: evidence from Khampuan--a Thai word game 121
Ronnie Wilbur: The identity constraint: an explanation of the irregular behavior of some exceptional reduplicated forms 143
Susan Kay Donaldson: Faulty referents and their relationship to tense 155
Timothy Habick: Suppletive verb phrase deletion 172
Pulavarthi Satyanarayana & Karumuri V. Subbarao: Are rightward movement rules upward bounded? 183
Herbert Stahlke: Ross' constraints and related problems in Yoruba 193
Roberta Stock: On recently and lately 231
Gregory Thomas White: The derivation of each other 249
Yael Ziv: Restrictive relatives with generic heads--are they 'ifs'? 259

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Volume 3:2 (Fall 1973)
Papers on South Asian Linguistics
(Edited by Braj B. Kachru)

Preface ii
Tej K. Bhatia: On the scope of negation in Hindi 1
Susan Kay Donaldson: On the (possibly) presuppositional nature of when-clauses in Hindi 28
Hans Henrich Hock: Is there an a-epenthesis in Sanskrit? 43
Braj B. Kachru: General linguistic studies in Hindi: a review of resources 59
Yamuna Kachru: Some aspects of pronominalization and relative clause construction in Hindi-Urdu 87
F. K. Lehman: Prefixing, voicing and syllable reduction in Burmese: juncture and syllable structure 104
Margie O'Bryan: Restructuring in the verbal system of Pali 121
Ahmad H. Siddiqui: Notes on Queclaratives and tag questions in Hindi-Urdu 134
K. V. Subbarao & Tej K. Bhatia: A bibliography of research done on South Asian linguistics and languages in the Department of Linguistics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 149

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Volume 4:1 (Spring 1974) This issue is available to order in paper format.
(Edited by Charles W. Kisseberth)

Yiwola Awoyale: Yoruba Gerundive Structure and the Notion of 'Target Structures' 1
John R. Houston, Jr.: Dari Relative Clauses 32
David E. Johnson: Adjective Flipping and the Notion of Target Structure 59
Michael Kenstowicz: Inflectional Accent of the Serbo-Croation Noun 80
Charles W. Kisseberth & Mohammad Imam Abasheikh: A Case of Systematic Avoidance of Homonyms 107
Richard J. Leskosky: Not Your Usual Use of You 125
Lise Menn: Assertions Not Made by the Main Clause of a Sentence 132
Margie O'Bryan: The Role of Analogy in Non-Derived Formations in Zulu 144
Marc Rosenberg: Another Pretend Paper 179
Barbara Schwarte: Intuitions of Grammaticality and the "Law of Contrast": A Pilot Study 198

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Volume 4:2 (Fall 1974)
Papers on Phonetics and Phonology
(Edited by Charles W. Kisseberth and Chin-W. Kim)

John G. Barnitz: Bloom-p-field, Chom-p-sky, and Phonetic Epen-t-thesis link 1
Marylin Bereiter: A Study of Duration in Speech Production link 14
Tej K. Bhatia: A Study of Aspirated Consonants as Spoken and Recognized by Hindi Speakers link 25
Rodolfo Cerrón-Palomino: Morphologically Conditioned Changes in Wanka-Quechua link 40
Gerry Dalgish: Arguments for a Unified Treatment of Y-Initial and Vowel-Initial Roots in Olutsootso link 76
Karen Dudas: A Case of Functional Phonological Opacity: Javanese Elative Formations link 91
Chin-W. Kim: A Note on Tonal Conjunction in Efik link 112
Charles W. Kisseberth & Mohammad Imam Abasheikh: The Perfect Stem in Chi-Mwi:ni link 123
Charles W. Kisseberth & Mohammad Imam Abasheikh: On the Interaction of Phonology and Morphology: a Chi-Mwi:ni Example link 139
Margie O'Bryan: Opacity and Rule Loss link 148
Farid M. Onn: Speech Chain as an Analysis-by-Synthesis Model: A Review link 161
Han Sohn & C-W. Kim: Phonetic Research at the University of Illinois link 172

Volume 5:1 (Spring 1975) This issue is available to order in paper format.
(Edited by Charles W. Kisseberth, Braj B. Kachru, Jerry Morgan, Ladislav Zgusta)

Peter Cole: An Apparent Assymetry in the Formation of Relative Clauses in Modern Hebrew 1
Richard Neil Halpern: Time Travel or the Futuristic Use of "To Go" 36
Yamuna Kachru & Tej K. Bhatia: Evidence for Global Constraints: The Case of Reflexivization in Hindi-Urdu 42
Braj B. Kachru: Toward Structuring the Form and Function of Code-Mixing: An Indian Perspective 74
Rajeshwari Pandharipande: On the Semantics of Hindi-Urdu cəlna 93
Elizabeth Riddle: What They Say About Say 113
Gloria Sheintuch: Subject-Raising -- A Unitary Rule? 125
Habibullah Tegey: A Study of Pashto Clitics and Implications for Linguistic Theory 154

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Volume 5:2 (Fall 1975)
Papers on Historical Linguistics: Theory and Method
(Edited by Ladislav Zgusta and Hans H. Hock)

Christine Yurkiw Bethin: The Development of the Slavic Mid Vowels in Newly Checked Syllables in the Northwestern Ukrainian Dialects link 1
Tej K. Bhatia: The Evolution of Tones in Punjabi link 12
Gerry Dalgish: The Diachronic Development of Nasal Deletion in Olutsootso link 25
Wayne B. Dickerson: Variable Rules in the Language Community: A Study of Lax [u] in English link 41
Samuel E. Fox: Problems of the Dual in Soqotri link 69
Hans Henrich Hock: Substratum Influence on (Rig-Vedic) Sanskrit? link 76
Irmengard Rauch: Semantic Features Inducing the Germanic Dental Preterit Stem link 126
Gloria Sheintuch: Periphrastic Verb Formation in Persian link 139
Aleks Steinbergs: Some Problems Concerning the Origin of the Latvian Broken Tone link 157
Dieter Wanner: A Note on Diphthongization link 186

Volume 6:1 (Spring 1976)
(Edited by Charles W. Kisseberth, Braj B. Kachru, Jerry Morgan, Ladislav Zgusta)

Fred M. Jenkins: Cinema-verite, golf-bijou and sandwich beurre in Contemporary French 1
Michael Kenstowicz: Some Rules of Koryak Phonology 22
A. Soheili-Isfahani: A Comparative Study of Dialect Variations in Iran 38
Special Section on Topics in Relational Grammar
(Edited by Jerry Morgan, Georgia Green, and Peter Cole)
Jerry Morgan: Introduction 47
Gloria Sheintuch: On the Syntactic Motivation for a Category "Chômeur" in Relational Grammar 49
Gerard M. Dalgish: Passivizing Locatives in Olutsootso 57
Richard Neil Halpern: The Bivalence of NEG Raising Predicates 69
Rajeshwari Pandharipande & Yamuna Kachru: Relational Grammar, Ergativity, and Hindi-Urdu 82
Charles W. Kisseberth & Mohammad Imam Abasheikh: The 'Object' Relationship in Chi-Mwi:ni, a Bantu Language 100
S. N. Sridhar: Dative Subjects, Rule Government, and Relational Grammar 130
Georgia M. Green: Governed-Rule Change and Universal Grammar 152
Peter Cole, Wayne Harbert, Shikaripur Sridhar, Sachiko Hashimoto, Cecil Nelson & Diane Smietana: Noun Phrase Accessibility and Island Constraints 170
Gloria Sheintuch: On the Gradation of Grammatical Relations 186
Yael Ziv: On the Diachronic Relevance of the Promotion to Subject Hierarchy 195
Peter Cole & S. N. Sridhar: Clause Union and Relational Grammar: Evidence from Hebrew and Kannada 216
G. M. Green & J. L. Morgan: Notes Toward an Understanding of Rule Government 228

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Volume 6:2 (Fall 1976)
Papers on African Linguistics
(Edited by Charles W. Kisseberth, Braj B. Kachru, Jerry Morgan, Ladislav Zgusta)

Foreword ii
Mohammad Imam Abasheikh: Reflexivization in Chimwi:ni 1
Eyamba G. Bokamba: Authenticity and the choice of a national language: the case of Zaire 23
Eyamba G. Bokamba: On the syntax and semantics of Wh-questions in Kikongo and Kiswahili 65
Gerard M. Dalgish & Gloria Sheintuch: On the justification for language-specific sub-grammatical relations 89
Kathryn Speed Hodges: Object relations in Kimeru causatives 108
Charles W. Kisseberth & Mohammad Imam Abasheikh: Chimwi:ni prefix morphophonemics 142
Susan U. Stucky: Locatives as objects in Tshiluba: a function of transitivity 174

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Volume 7:1 (Spring 1977) This issue is available to order in paper format.
Papers in General Linguistics
(Edited by Charles W. Kisseberth, Braj B. Kachru, Jerry Morgan, Ladislav Zgusta)

J. L. Morgan: Preliminaries to the Reconstruction of Verbal Endings in Yuk 1
Lee A. Becker: On the Representation of Contour Tones in Generative Phonology 8
Pairat Warie: Some Aspects of Code-Mixing in Thai 21
Richard Neil Halpern: Notes on the Origin of Quantifier Floating 41
William D. Wallace: How Registers Register: A Study in the Language of News and Sports 46
Richard Neil Halpern: A Note on "Seem" 79
Habibullah Tegey: The Relevance of Morphological Structure and Stress to Clitic Placement Rule-I in Pashto 88
Peter Cole: A Matter of Scope: McCawley Versus Postal on the Origin of Noun Phrases 117
E. Riddle, G. Steintuch & Y. Ziv: Pseudo-Passivization: On the Role of Pragmatics in Determining Rule Unity 147
Georgia M. Green: Do Inversions in English Change Grammatical Relations? 157

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Volume 7:2 (Fall 1977) This issue is available to order in paper format.
Studies in East Asian Linguistics
(Edited by Chin-chuan Cheng and Chin-W. Kim)

Foreword i
Sang Oak Lee: Conspiracy in Korean Phonology Revisited: As Applied to Historical Data 1
Frederic K. Lehman: A Brief Note on the Reconstruction of MA? in Tibeto-Burman 24
Seiichi Makino: A Note on the Intransitive Nature of the Japanese Raising Verb ONO'U and Its Implications 39
Masako Ogura: On the Function of Righthand NPs in Japanese 49
Maurice K. S. Wong: The Use of the High Rising Changed Tone in Cantonese: A Sociolinguistic Study 65
Chiang Kee Yeoh: Restrictive Relative Clauses in Bahasa Malaysia 82
Lee A. Becker & Farid Mohammad Onn: The Rise and Fall of a Transderivational Constraint: The Case of Malay 106
Chin-Chuan Cheng: Tonal Correlations in Chinese Dialects: A Quantitative Study 165
Soo-Hee Toh: Glide y in Korean Historical Phonology 178
Chin-W. Kim: Vowel Length in Korean 184
Reviews
Lara: El concepto de norma en lingüistica. L. Zgusta 191
Martinet: Studies in Functional Syntax/Etudes de syntaxe fonctionnelle. F. M. Jenkins 193
Bisnel and Classe: Whistled Languages. C-W. Kim 196
Singh: Distinctive Features: Theory and Validation. C-W. Kim 200

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Volume 8:1 (Spring 1978) This issue is available to order in paper format.
Papers in General Linguistics
(Edited by Charles W. Kisseberth, Braj B. Kachru, Jerry Morgan)

Esther Bentur: Orthography and the Formulation of Phonological Rules 1
Peter Cole, Wayne Harbert & Gabriella Hermon: Headless Relative Clauses in Quechua 26
Peter Cole, Wayne Harbert, Gabriella Hermon & Shikaripur Sridhar: On the Acquisition of Subjecthood 42
Peter Cole & Janice Jake: Accusative Subjects in Imbabura Quechua 72
Janice Jake: Why Dyirbal Isn't Ergative at all 97
Yamuna Kachru & Rajeshwari Pandharipande: On Ergativity in Selected South Asian Languages 111
James Levine: The Relative Pronoun and the Long Form Adjective in Russian 127
David Odden: Aspects of Iraqi Arabic Verbal Phonology 137
Rajeshwari Pandharipande: Exceptions and Rule Government: The Case of the Passive Rule in Hindi 153
Irmengard Rauch: Language-Likeness 174
Pamela S. Silver & Scott R. Krause: A Reanalysis of the Class 5 Prefix in Shona 181
S. N. Sridhar: Linguistic Convergence: Indo-Aryanization of Dravidian Languages 197
Susan U. Stucky: How a Noun Class System may be Lost: Evidence from Kituba (Lingua Franca Kikongo) 217

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Volume 8:2 (Fall 1978) This issue is available to order in paper format.
Linguistics in the Seventies: Directions and Prospects: Forum lectures presented at the 1978 linguistic institute of the linguistic society of America
(Edited by Braj B. Kachru)

Preface v
HERMAN COLLITZ LECTURE
GEORGE CARDONA: Relations between causatives and passives in Indo-Iranian 1
LINGUISTIC SOCIETY OF AMERICA LECTURE
CHARLES OSGOOD: Conservative words and radical sentences in the semantics of international politics 43
LANGUAGE CHANGE
WILLIAM S-Y. WANG: The three scales of diachrony 63
PAUL KIPARSKY: Analogical change as a problem for linguistic theory 77
MULTILINGUALISM
CHARLES A. FERGUSON: Multilingualism as object of linguistic description 97
ROGER W. SHUY: Multilingualism as a goal of educational policy 107
FUNCTIONAL PHONOLOGY
MORRIS HALLE: Formal vs. functional considerations in phonology 123
JONATHAN KAYE: Functionalism and functional explanations in phonology 135
THEORIES OF MEANING
JOHN SEARLE: Intentionality and the use of language 149
EDWARD KEENAN: On the surface form and logical form 163
LANGUAGE UNIVERSALS
JAMES McCAWLEY: Language universals in linguistic argumentation 205
BERNARD COMRIE: Linguistics is about languages 221
LANGUAGE ACQUISITION
SUSAN ERVIN-TRIPP: Whatever happened to communicative competence? 237
N. V. SMITH: Lexical representation and the acquisition of phonology 259

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Volume 9:1 (Spring 1979) This issue is available to order in paper format.
Papers in General Linguistics
(Edited by Charles W. Kisseberth, Braj B. Kachru, Jerry Morgan)

Anthony Britti: Quantifier Repositioning 1
Susan Meredith Burt: Remarks on German Nominalization 17
Chin-Chuan Cheng & Charles W. Kisseberth: Ikorovere Makua Tonology (Part 1) 31
Peter Cole & Gabriella Hermon: Subject to Object Raising in an Est Framework: Evidence from Quechua 65
Richard D. Cureton: The Inclusion Constraint: Description and Explanation 91
Alice Davison: Some Mysteries of Subordination 105
Charles A. Ferguson & Afia Dil: The Sociolinguistic Variable(s) in Bengali: A Sound Change in Progress? 129
Gabriella Hermon: Rule Ordering Versus Globality: Evidence from the Inversion Construction 139
Chin-W. Kim: Neutralization in Korean Revisited 147
David Odden: Principles of Stress Assignment: A Crosslinguistic View 157
Paula Chen Rohrbach: The Acquisition of Chinese by Adult English Speakers: An Error Analysis 177
Maurice K. S. Wong: Origin of the High Rising Changed Tone in Cantonese 193
Soranee Wongbiasaj: On the Passive in Thai 207

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Volume 9:2 (Fall 1979) This issue is available to order in paper format.
Relational Grammar and Semantics
(Edited by Jerry L. Morgan)

Eyamba G. Bokamba: Inversions as grammatical relation changing rules in Bantu languages 1
Susan Meredith Burt: Another look at nara conditionals 25
Richard D. Cureton: The exceptions to passive in English: a pragmatic hypothesis 39
Alice Davison: Contextual effects on "generic" indefinites: cross-linguistic arguments for pragmatic factors 55
Mallafé Dramé: Aspects of Mandingo complementation 67
Kathryn Speed Hodges & Susan U. Stucky: On the inadequacy of a grammatical relation referring rule in Bantu 91
Dee Ann Holisky & Nancy Yanofsky: On the pragmatic motivation for perhaps 101
Janice Jake: Some remarks on relativization in Imbabura Quechua 109
Janice Jake & David Odden: Raising in Kipsigis 131
Yamuna Kachru: Pragmatics and verb serialization in Hindi-Urdu 157
Rajeshwari Pandharipande: Postpositions in passive sentences in Hindi 171
Soranee Wongbiasaj: Quantifier floating in Thai and the notions cardinality/ordinality 189
Appendix: African Linguistic Research and Publications from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1970-1979. (Compiled by Eyamba G. Bokamba) 201

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