The Diachrony of Dative Subjects and the Middle in Icelandic : A Corpus Study


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SCHÄTZLE, Christin, Miriam BUTT, Kristina KOTCHEVA, 2015. The Diachrony of Dative Subjects and the Middle in Icelandic : A Corpus Study. The 20th International Lexical Functional Grammar Conference : LFG15. Tokyo, Japan, 18. Jul 2015 - 20. Jul 2015. In: BUTT, Miriam, ed., Tracy Holloway KING, ed.. Proceedings of the LFG15 Conference. Stanford:CSLI Publications, pp. 357-377. ISSN 1098-6782

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