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A Parallel Analysis of have-Type Copular Constructions in two have-Less Indo-European Languages

A Parallel Analysis of have-Type Copular Constructions in two have-Less Indo-European Languages

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SULGER, Sebastian, 2011. A Parallel Analysis of have-Type Copular Constructions in two have-Less Indo-European Languages. Sixteenth International Lexical Functional Grammar Conference (LFG11). Hong Kong, 16. Jul 2011 - 19. Jul 2011. In: MIRIAM BUTT; TRACY HOLLOWAY KING, , ed.. Proceedings of the LFG11 Conference. Sixteenth International Lexical Functional Grammar Conference (LFG11). Hong Kong, 16. Jul 2011 - 19. Jul 2011. Stanford:CSLI Publications, pp. 503-523

@inproceedings{Sulger2011Paral-30055, title={A Parallel Analysis of have-Type Copular Constructions in two have-Less Indo-European Languages}, year={2011}, address={Stanford}, publisher={CSLI Publications}, booktitle={Proceedings of the LFG11 Conference}, pages={503--523}, editor={Miriam Butt; Tracy Holloway King}, author={Sulger, Sebastian}, note={ISSN: 1098-6782} }

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