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Volume 10:1 (Spring 1980) This issue is available to order in paper format.
Papers in General Linguistics
(Edited by Charles W. Kisseberth, Braj B. Kachru, Jerry L. Morgan)

Lee A. Becker & David P. B. Massamba: CiRuri Tonology (A Preliminary View) 1
Chin-Chuan Cheng & Charles W. Kisseberth: Ikorovere Makua Tonology (Part 2) 15
Anne Garber: Word Order Change and the Senufo Languages 45
Hans Henrich Hock: Archaisms, Morphophonemic Metrics, or Variable Rules in the Rig-Veda? 59
Janice L. Jake: Object Verb Agreement in Tigre 71
Yamuna Kachru & Rajeshwari Pandharipande: Toward a Typology of Compound Verbs in South Asian Languages 113
Charles W. Kisseberth & David Odden: Aspects of Tone Assignment in Kimatuumbi 125
Charles W. Kisseberth & Winifred J. Wood: Displaced Tones in Digo (Part 1) 141
Richard Lutz: Hindi Verbs of Judging: An Application of Fillmore's System of Semantic Description 179
Bruce Arne Sherwood & Chin-Chuan Cheng: A Linguistics Course on International Communication and Constructed Languages 189
S. N. Sridhar & Kamal K. Sridhar: The Syntax and Psycholinguistics of Bilingual Code Mixing 203

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Volume 10:2 (Fall 1980) This issue is available to order in paper format.
Studies in Arabic Linguistics
(Edited by Michael Kenstowicz)

Phonology:
Issam M. Abu-Salim: Epenthesis and geminate consonants in Palestinian Arabic 1
Ellen Broselow: Syllable structure in two Arabic dialects 13
Bernard Comrie: The sun letters in Maltese: between morpho-phonemics and phonetics 25
Michael Kenstowicz: Notes on Cairene Arabic syncope 39
Michael Kenstowicz & Kamal Abdul-Karim: Cyclic stress in Levantine Arabic 55
John J. McCarthy: A note on the accentuation of Demascene Arabic 77
Ann Welden: Stress in Cairo Arabic 99
Syntax:
Anthony Britti: A history of right dislocation in certain Levantine Arabic dialects 121
Ghassan Haddad & Michael Kenstowicz: A note on the parallels between the definite article and the relative clause marker in Arabic 141
Michael Kenstowicz & Wafaa Wahba: Clitics and the double object construction in Cairene Arabic 149
Sociolinguistics:
Carolyn G. Killean: Demonstrative variation in Oral Media Arabic in Egypt 165

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Volume 11:1 (Spring 1981) This issue is available to order in paper format.
Papers in General Linguistics
(Edited by Charles W. Kisseberth, Braj B. Kachru, Jerry L. Morgan)

Eyamba G. Bokamba: Language and National Development in Sub-Saharan Africa (A Progress Report) 1
Georgia M. Green: Pragmatics and Syntactic Description 27
Georgia M. Green: Competence for Implicit Text Analysis: Literary Style Discrimination in Five-Year-Olds 39
Chin-W. Kim: Epenthesis and Elision in Metrical Phonology 57
Charles W. Kisseberth: Displaced Tones in Digo (Part 2) 73
Yen Ling Lee: A Study on Code-Switching in Taiwan 121
Jerry L. Morgan: Some Observations on Discourse and Sentence Grammar 137
David Odden: Evidence for the Elsewhere Condition in Shona 145
Michio Tsutsui: Topic Marker Elipsis in Japanese 163
Chin-Chuan Cheng & Charles W. Kisseberth: Ikorovere Makua Tonology (Part 3) 181

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Volume 11:2 (Fall 1981) This issue is available to order in paper format.
Dimensions of South Asian Linguistics
(Edited by Yamuna Kachru)

Preface i
D. N. S. Bhat: Physical identification in Kanada 1
Hans Henrich Hock: Sanskrit causative syntax: a diachronic study 9
Yamuna Kachru: On the syntax, semantics, and pragmatics of the conjunctive participle in Hindi-Urdu 35
Suresh Kumar: Discourse structure in a Hindi short story 51
K. P. Mohanan: Pronouns in Malayalam 67
Rajeshwari Pandharipande: Interface of lexicon and grammar: some problems in Hindi grammar 77
K. G. Vijaykrishnan: The syllable in phonological theory: arguments from Tamil 101
William D. Wallace: Object-marking in the history of Nepali: a case of syntactic diffusion 107
Supplement 1: Transplanted South Asian languages
Tej K. Bhatia: Transplanted South Asian languages: an overview 129
Tej K. Bhatia: Trinidad Hindi: three generations of a transplanted variety 135
Nicole Domingue: Internal change in a transplanted language 151
Supplement 2: Transitivity in Hindi
Rajeshwari Pandharipande: Transitivity in Hindi 161
Yamuna Kachru: Transitivity and volitionality in Hindi-Urdu 181
Tej K. Bhatia: The treatment of transitivity in the Hindi grammatical tradition 195
Narindar K. Aggarwal: Reference material in Hindi: state of the art 209

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Volume 12:1 (Spring 1982) This issue is available to order in paper format.
Papers in General Linguistics
(Edited by Charles W. Kisseberth, Braj B. Kachru, Jerry L. Morgan)

Issam M. Abu-Salim: Syllable Structure in Palestinian Arabic 1
Chin-Chuan Cheng: A Quantification of Chinese Dialect Affinity 29
Chin-Chuan Cheng: The Esperanto of El Popula Ĉinio 49
Mohammad Dabir-Moghaddam: Passive in Persian 63
Hans Henrich Hock: Aux-cliticization as a Motivation for Word Order Change 91
Michael Kenstowicz: Gemination and Spirantization in Tigrinya 103
Chin-Chuan Cheng & Charles W. Kisseberth: Tone-bearing Nasals in Makua 123
Shlomo Lederman: Problems in a Prosodic Analysis of Hebrew Morphology 141
Bruce Arne Sherwood: Statistical Analysis of Conversational Esperanto, with Discussion of the Accusative 165
Bruce Arne Sherwood: Variation in Esperanto 183

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Volume 12:2 (Fall 1982) This issue is available to order in paper format.
Papers on Diachronic Syntax: Six Case Studies
(Edited by Hans Henrich Hock)

Preface i
Hans Henrich Hock: Clitic Verbs in PIE or Discourse-based Verb Fronting? Sanskrit sá hovāca gā́rgyah and Congeners in Avestan and Homeric Greek 1
Hans Henrich Hock: The Sanskrit Quotative: A Historical and Comparative Study 39
Yamuna Kachru: Syntactic Variation and Language Change: Easter and Western Hindi 87
Rajeshwari Pandharipande: Counteracting Forces in Language Change: Convergence vs. Maintenance 97
Elizabeth Pearce: Infinitival Complements in Old French and Diachronic Change 117
William D. Wallace: The Evolution of Ergative Syntax in Nepali 147

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Volume 13:1 (Spring 1983) This issue is available to order in paper format.
Papers in General Linguistics
(Edited by Charles W. Kisseberth, Braj B. Kachru, Jerry L. Morgan)

Yousef Bader: Vowel sandhi and syllable structure in Habyle Berber 1
Charlotte Blomeyer & Tamara Valentine: "We makin' some cookies": a child language case study of the effects of situational variation on pragmatic function and syntax 19
Farida Cassimjee: An autosegmental analysis of Venda nominal tonology 43
John A. Haller: Enhanced miniature artificial languages 73
Shlomo Lederman: Relativization and pronoun deletion in Hebrew 83
Michal Allon Livnat: The indicator particle baa in Somali 89
Juan M. Ortiz de Urbina: Empty categories and focus in Basque 133
Paula Chen Rohrbach: Two notes on negation in Japanese 157

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Volume 13:2 (Fall 1983) This issue is available to order in paper format.
Studies in Language Variation: Nonwestern Case Studies
(Edited by Braj B. Kachru)

Preface i
Tej K. Bhatia: Variation in Hindi: problems and prospects 1
Hans Henrich Hock: Language-death phenomena in Sanskrit: grammatical evidence for attrition in contemporary spoken Sanskrit 21
Braj B. Kachru: The bilingual's creativity: discoursal and stylistic strategies in contact literatures and English 37
Yamuna Kachru: Cross-cultural texts and interpretation 57
Peter H. Lowenberg: Lexical modernization in Bahasa Indonesia: functional allocation and variation in borrowing 73
Benjamin J. Magura: Language variation and language standardization: the case of Shona in Zimbabwe 87
Rajeshwari Pandharipande: Mixing and creativity in multilingual India 99
V. D. Singh: Bazaar Varieties of Hindi 115
Tamara Valentine: Sexism in Hindi: form, function, and variation 143
Jan Zamir: Two social varieties of Farsi: 'Jaheli' and 'Armenian Persian' 159

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Volume 14:1 (Spring 1984) This issue is available to order in paper format.
Papers in General Linguistics
(Edited by Charles W. Kisseberth, Braj B. Kachru, Jerry L. Morgan)

Farida Cassimjee & Charles W. Kisseberth: Downstep in Venda 1
Donna M. Farina: The morphological rule of learned backing and lexical phonology 31
Ghassan F. Haddad: Epenthesis and sonority in Lebanese Arabic 57
Hans Henrich Hock: (Pre-)Rig-Vedic convergence of Indo-Aryan with Dravidian? Another look at the evidence 89
Omar Irshied & Michael Kenstowicz: Some phonological rules of Bani-Hassan Arabic: a Bedouin dialect 109
Elizabeth Pearce: Variation in case marking with infinitival and clausal complements of Old French 149
William D. Wallace: The interaction of word order and pragmatics in a Sanskrit text 167

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Volume 14:2 (Fall 1984) This issue is available to order in paper format.
Language in African Culture and Society
(Edited by Charles W. Kisseberth, Braj B. Kachru, Jerry L. Morgan)

Preface i
Eyamba G. Bokamba: French colonial language policy in Africa and its legacies (Part I) 1
George N. Clements: Binding domains in Kikuyu 37
Chet A. Creider: Language differences in strategies for the interactional management of conversation 57
Nicholas Faraclas: Rivers pidgin English: tone, stress, or pitch-accent language? 67
Hussein Ali Obeidat: Relative clauses in Standard Arabic revisited 77
Herbert Stahlke: Derivational conditions on morpheme structure in Ewe 97
Aleksandra Steinbergs: Loanword incorporation processes: examples from Tshiluba 115
Brent Vine: African 'shadow vowels': a descriptive survey 127
Jennifer J. Yanco: Modifiers in Bantu: evidence from Spoken Lingala 139
Eluzai M. Yokwe: Arabicization and language policy in the Sudan 149

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Volume 15:1 (Spring 1985) This issue is available to order in paper format.
Papers in General Linguistics
(Edited by Charles W. Kisseberth, Braj B. Kachru, Jerry L. Morgan)

Diana Archangeli: CV-skeleton or X-skeleton: the Turkish evidence 1
Jean D'souza: Schwa syncope and vowel nasalization in Hindi-Urdu: a non-linear approach 11
Andrea S. Dunn: Swahili policy implementation in Tanzania: the role of the National Swahili Council (BAKITA) 31
Hans Henrich Hock: Yes, Virginia, syntactic reconstruction is possible 49
Omar Ka: Syllable structure and suffixation in Wolof 61
Yamuna Kachru: Applied linguistics and foreign language teaching: a non-Western perspective 91
Nkonko Mudipanu Kamwangamalu: Passivization in Bantu languages: implications for relational grammar 109
Tsuneko Nakazawa: How do tense and aspect interact in determination of verb forms? Verb past forms and non-past forms in Japanese 'when'-clauses 135
Jon Ortiz de Urbina: Partitive constructions, unaccusativity and ergativity 147
Hyang-Sook Sohn: Korean irregular verbs and nonlinear phonology 157
Tamara Valentine: Sex, power and linguistic strategies in the Hindi language 195

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Volume 15:2 (Fall 1985) This issue is available to order in paper format.
Linguistic Studies in Memory of Theodore M. Lightner
(Edited by Michael J. Kenstowicz)

Preface i
Publications of Theodore M. Lightner (1939-1984) iv
Catherine V. Chvany: Ergative and argative (nee ergative too) 1
Herbert S. Coats: Palatalization in Russian 3
Alice Davison: Case and control in Hindi-Urdu 9
Joseph F. Foster: Primitiveness, naturalness, and cultural fit 25
Frank Y. Gladney: On glides following vocalic verbs in Russian 39
Morris Halle: Remarks on the scientific revolution in linguistics 1926-1929 61
Michael Kenstowicz: The phonology and syntax of wh-expressions in Tangale 79
Chin-W. Kim: Phonology on the "C-string"? 93
F. K. Lehman with Namtip Pingkarawat: Missing nominals, non-specificity and related matters, with especial reference to Thai and Burmese 101
Winfred P. Lehmann: The persistence of pattern in language 123
Zhiji Lu and Chin-Chuan Cheng: Chinese dialect affinity based on syllable initials 127
Horace G. Lunt: On the progressive palatalization of early Slavic: synchrony versus history 149
Lew R. Michlesen, Sally R. Pitluck, and Edward J. Vajda: Derived imperfecties in Slavic: a study in derivational morphology 171
Carlota R. Smith: Sentence topic in texts 187
Arnold M. Zwicky: The case against plain vanilla syntax 205

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Volume 16:1 (Spring 1986) This issue is available to order in paper format.
Papers in General Linguistics
(Edited by Michael J. Kenstowicz)

Jean D'souza: Codification of non-native English: is it necessary/possible? 1
Braj B. Kachru: ESP and non-native varieties of English: toward a shift in paradigm 13
Yamuna Kachru: Applied linguistics and foreign language teaching: a non-Western perspective 35
Sue Ann Kendall & James Hye-Suk Yoon: Sentence particles as evidence for morphosyntactic interaction with pragmatics 53
Michael Kenstowicz: The phonology of Chukchee consonants 79
Zhiji Lu: Tonal changes: interplay between tone and tone sandhi: a case study of the Shanghai dialect 97
Paroo Nihalani: In defence of implosives 113
Vesna Radanović-Kocić: Synonym split in the dialect of Bosnia and Hercegovina: a study of a change in progress 123
Jerzy Rubach: Does the obligatory contour principle operate in Polish? 133
Rick Treece: What is a Bantu noun class? 149

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Volume 16:2 (Fall 1986) This issue is available to order in paper format.
Illinois Studies in Korean Linguistics
(Edited by Chin-W. Kim)

Preface i
Sang-Cheol Ahn: On the nature of h in Korean 1
Suk-Jin Chang: Tag questions in Korean: form and function 15
Euiyon Cho: On the morphology of morphological causative verbs in Korean: an argument against Lieber's morpheme-based lexicon 27
Jae Ohk Cho & Jerry Morgan: Some problmes of NP coordination in Korean 45
Yeon Hee Choi: A study of coherence in Korean speakers' argumentative writing in English 67
Chin-W. Kim & Han Sohn: A phonetic model for reading: evidence from Korean 95
Yong-Il Kong: The Korean writing system: a linguistic examination 107
Sang-Oak Lee: An explanation of syllable structure change in Korean: with special reference to Vennemann's preference laws 121
Virginia K. McClanahan: Negation in Korean and pragmatic ambiguity 135
Seok-Ran Shim: Umlaut in Korean 147
Hyang-Sook Sohn: Toward an integrated theory of morphophonology: vowel harmony in Korean 157
Soo-Hee Toh: On the relationship between the early Paekche language and the Kara language in Korea 185
Sang-Pil Yeo: Fortition of loanwords in Korean 203
James Hye-Suk Yoon: Some queries concerning the syntax of multiple subject constructions in Korean 215

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Volume 17:1 (Spring 1987) This issue is available to order in paper format.
Papers from the 1986 South Asian Languages Analysis Roundtable
(Edited by Hans Henrich Hock)

Preface i
Anvita Abbi & Mithilesh Kumar Mishra: Aspectual elements of simultaneity and iteration in Indian languages: a case for an areal universal 1
Camille Bundrick: A lexical phonology approach to Hindi Schwa 15
Alice Davison: WH-movement in Hindi-Urdu relative clauses 25
U. Rao Garapati: The development of personal pronouns in modern Gondi 35
Stephen C. Helmreich: Devanāgarī word-processing on the IBM-PC 51
Peter Edwin Hook: Poguli syntax in the light of Kashmiri: a preliminary report 63
Yamuna Hachru: Impact of expanding domains of use on a standard language: contemporary Hindi in India 73
Baber S. A. Khan: The ergative case in Hindi-Urdu 91
Sanford B. Steever: Remarks on Dravidian complementation 103
Karumuri V. Subbarao & Anju Saxena: Reflexives and reciprocals in Dravidian 121
Sarah Taiang & Albert Watanabe: The Pañcatantra and Aesop's Fables: a comparison of rhetorical structure in classical Indian and western literature 137
Tamara M. Valentine: Interactional sociolinguistics and gender differentiation in North Indian speech 147
William D. Wallace: The government and binding analysis of Nepali EQUI and subject-raising clauses 163

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Volume 17:2 (Fall 1987) This issue is available to order in paper format.
Papers in General Linguistics
(Edited by Michael J. Kenstowicz)

J. Fraser Bennett: Consonant merger in Navajo: an underspecified analysis 1
Eyamba G. Bokamba and Nkonko M. Kamwangamalu: The significance of code-mixing to linguistic theory: evidence from Bantu languages 21
Tsai-Chwun Du: A computer tool in the study of Taiwanese tones 45
Donna M. Farina: Multiword lexical units in French 63
Georgia M. Green: Some remarks on why there is implicature 77
Zhiji Lu: Shanghai tones: a nonlinear analysis 93
Tsuneko Nakazawa & Laura Neher: Rule expansion on the fly: a GPSP parser for Japanese/English using a bit vector representation of features and rule schemas 115
Boon Seong Teoh: Geminates and inalterability in Malay 125
Cher-leng Lee: Review: Mirror of language: the debate on bilingualism, by Kenji Hakuta 137

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Volume 18:1 (Spring 1988) This issue is available to order in paper format.
Papers in General Linguistics
(Edited by Michael J. Kenstowicz)

Maria Carreira: The Representation of Diphthongs in Spanish 1
Laura J. Downing: Tonology of Noun-Modifier Phrases in Jita 25
Omar Irshied & Peter Whelan: Exploring the Dictionary: On Teaching Foreign Learners of Arabic to Use the Arabic-English Dictionary 61
Michael Kenstowicz, Emmanuel Nikiema & Meterwa Ourso: Tonal Polarity in Two Gur Languages 77
Lioba Moshi: A Functional Typology of "ni" in Kivunjo (Chaga) 105
Trudi A. Patterson: Some Morphological and Phonological Interactions in Lakhota 135
Uthaiwan Wong-opasi: On Deriving Specifiers in Spanish: Morpho-Phono-Syntax Interactions 151

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Volume 18:2 (Fall 1988) This issue is available to order in paper format.
Papers in General Linguistics
(Edited by Hans Henrich Hock)

Preface iii
Issam M. Abu-Salim & Hassan R. Abd-el-Jawad: Syllable patterns in Levantine Arabic 1
Richard Cervin: On the notion of 'second position' in Greek 23
Dale Gerdemann & Erhard W. Hinrichs: UNICORN: A unification parser for attribute-value grammars 41
Nkonko Mudipanu Kamwangamalu: 'C-command' and the phonology-syntax interface in Ciluba 87
Méterwa A. Ourso: Root control, underspecification, and ATR harmony 111
Steven Schäufele: Where's my NP? Non-transformational analyses of Vedic pronominal fronting 129
Sarah Tsiang: The discourse function of the absolutive in the Pañcatantra 163
Xinping Zhou: On the Head Movement Constraint 183
Review article (Hans Henrich Hock): Finiteness in Dravidian: Sanford B. Steever (1988): The serial verb formation in the Dravidian languages 211

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Volume 19:1 (Spring 1989) This issue is available to order in paper format.
Papers in General Linguistics
(Edited by Hans Henrich Hock)

Preface v
Harbir Arora & K. V. Subbarao (University of Delhi): Convergence and syntactic reanalysis: The case of so in Dakkhini 1
Camille Bundrick: An inference-based account of restrictive relative which and that 19
Farida Cassimjee & Charles W. Kisseberth: Shingazidja nominal accent 33
Raung-fu Chung: On the representation of Kejia diphthongs 63
Dale Gerdemann: Restriction as a means of optimizing unification parsing 81
Hans Henrich Hock: Conjoined we stand: Theoretical implications of Sanskrit relative structures 93
Braj B. Kachru: World Englishes and applies linguistics 127
Yamuna Kachru: Corpus planning for modernization: Sanskritization and Englishization of Hindi 153
Squib
Rakesh Mohan Bhatt: Good mixes and odd mixes: Implications for the bilingual's grammar 165
Reviews
Rama Kant Agnihotri (1987). Crisis of identity: Sikhs in England. (Jean Aitchison, London School of Economics) 169
Tej K. Bhatia (1987). A history of Hindi grammatical tradition (Rajeshwari Pandharipande) 173
Dick Champerlain & Robert Baumgardner, eds. (1988). ESP in the classroom: Practice and evaluation. ELT Documents 129. (Numa Markee, Division of English as an International Language) 181
Sumitra M. Katre (1987). Aṣṭādhyāyī of Pāṇini. (Texas Linguistic Series.) (Ladislav Zgusta) 187

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Volume 19:2 (Fall 1989) This issue is available to order in paper format.
The Contribution of African Linguistics to Linguistic Theory: Proceedings of the 20th Annual Conference on African Linguistics, Vol. I
(Edited by Eyamba G. Bokamba)

Preface v
Introduction vii
Part I: Keynote Address
G. N. Clements: African linguistics and its contributions to linguistic theory 3
Part II: Syntax & Ideophones
Edmond Biloa: Tuki gaps: Null resumptive pronouns or variables? 43
G. Tucker Childs: Where do ideophones come from? 55
Harriet Ottenheimer & Heather Primrose: Current research on ShiNzwani ideophones 77
Part III: Phonology & Tonology
Laura J. Downing: Tone in Jita questions 91
Larry M. Hyman: Accent in Bantu: An appraisal 115
Claude Timmons & Christian Dunn: La sélection morphophonologique des classes en kpokolo 135
Part IV: Lexicography & Historical Linguistics
Mohammed Ali: Trends in Oromo lexicon and lexicography 155
Robert Botne: Reconstruction of a grammaticalized auxiliary in Bantu 169
Cynthia Robb Clamons: Modification of the gender system in the Wollegan dialect of Oromo 187
Part V: Appendices to the Proceedings
A. History of the Annual Conference on African Linguistics 199
B. Research and Publications in African Linguistics by Students, Alumni, and Faculty of the University of Illinois, 1980-1990 203

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