Prepositional phrases and case in North American (heritage) Icelandic

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DEHÉ, Nicole, Tanja KUPISCH, 2021. Prepositional phrases and case in North American (heritage) Icelandic. In: Nordic Journal of Linguistics. Cambridge University Press. ISSN 0332-5865. eISSN 1502-4717. Available under: doi: 10.1017/S0332586521000184

@article{Dehe2021Prepo-55196, title={Prepositional phrases and case in North American (heritage) Icelandic}, year={2021}, doi={10.1017/S0332586521000184}, issn={0332-5865}, journal={Nordic Journal of Linguistics}, author={Dehé, Nicole and Kupisch, Tanja} }

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