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Quand la diachronie, l’acquisition et la dialectologie se parlent : Étude comparative des pronoms sujets en français et en occitan

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OLIVIÉRI, Michèle, Georg A. KAISER, Katerina PALASIS, Michael ZIMMERMANN, Richard FAURE, 2020. Quand la diachronie, l’acquisition et la dialectologie se parlent : Étude comparative des pronoms sujets en français et en occitan. Colloque Symila. Toulouse, Jun 11, 2015 - Jun 12, 2015. In: SIBILLE, Jean, ed.. La microvariation syntaxique dans les langues romanes de France : Actes du colloque Symila, Toulouse, 11 et 12 juin 2015. Limoges:Lambert-Lucas, pp. 81-98. ISBN 978-2-359-35213-9

@inproceedings{Olivieri2020Quand-55690, title={Quand la diachronie, l’acquisition et la dialectologie se parlent : Étude comparative des pronoms sujets en français et en occitan}, year={2020}, isbn={978-2-359-35213-9}, address={Limoges}, publisher={Lambert-Lucas}, booktitle={La microvariation syntaxique dans les langues romanes de France : Actes du colloque Symila, Toulouse, 11 et 12 juin 2015}, pages={81--98}, editor={Sibille, Jean}, author={Oliviéri, Michèle and Kaiser, Georg A. and Palasis, Katerina and Zimmermann, Michael and Faure, Richard} }

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