Syntaktische Funktions-Ambiguitäten im Deutschen : Ein Überblick


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BADER, Markus, Michael MENG, Josef BAYER, Jens-Max HOPF, 2000. Syntaktische Funktions-Ambiguitäten im Deutschen : Ein Überblick. In: Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft. 19(1), pp. 34-102. ISSN 0721-9067. eISSN 1613-3706. Available under: doi: 10.1515/zfsw.2000.19.1.34

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