Current affiliation: University of MainzSubject speciality: Language & LinguisticsPrimary location: Germany
Published in:Studies in Language VariationPublication date:2009-10-13
The role of processing constraints on the choice between synthetic and analytic comparative forms
Published in:Studies in LanguagePublication date:2005-01-01
Published in:Not availablePublication date:2004-01-31
Women and men differ in their use of sentences. Women use causal and purpose clauses far more often than men (e.g. "I state ..., because ..." or "I...
Published in:Not availablePublication date:2003-01-31
Published in:Determinants of Grammatical Variation in EnglishPublication date:Not available
Published in:LanguagePublication date:2012-01-01
Published in:Perspectives on PrepositionsPublication date:Not available
Published in:Competing Motivations in Grammar and UsagePublication date:2014-10-30
Grammar books makes us believe that in English short adjectives form their comparative form by adding -er (prouder), while long ones require more (...
Published in:Language Variation and ChangePublication date:2010-10-01
Published in:One Language, Two Grammars?Publication date:Not available
Published in:Syntactic Variation and GenrePublication date:2010-12-12
Published in:Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic TheoryPublication date:2010-01-01
Published in:Journal of English LinguisticsPublication date:2002-06-01
Women and men differ systematically in the type of sentence structures they prefer, in their intonation patterns used with main and subordinate cla...
Published in:The Encyclopedia of Applied LinguisticsPublication date:2015-12-16
Published in:Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic TheoryPublication date:2016-01-01
Published in:Corpus Linguistics and the WebPublication date:Not available
Published in:English Language and LinguisticsPublication date:2004-11-01