High Negation in Subjunctive Conditionals and Polar Questions

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ROMERO, Maribel, 2014. High Negation in Subjunctive Conditionals and Polar Questions. Sinn und Bedeutung 19. Göttingen, Sep 15, 2014 - Sep 17, 2014. In: CSIPAK, Eva, ed., Hedde ZEIJLSTRA, ed.. Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 19. Göttingen:Linguistics in Göttingen, pp. 499-516

@inproceedings{Romero2014Negat-32026, title={High Negation in Subjunctive Conditionals and Polar Questions}, url={https://www.uni-goettingen.de/de/document/download/c16c9ba34793edabff97199448f843a3.pdf/romero_sub19.pdf}, year={2014}, address={Göttingen}, publisher={Linguistics in Göttingen}, booktitle={Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 19}, pages={499--516}, editor={Csipak, Eva and Zeijlstra, Hedde}, author={Romero, Maribel} }

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