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Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics (SPiL) is an annual/biannual open access, peer-reviewed international journal, published by the Department of General Linguistics, Stellenbosch University. The papers published in SPiL are intended for scholars with an interest in linguistics and related disciplines. SPiL provides a platform for scholars to share knowledge in the form of high quality empirical and theoretical research papers, case studies, literature reviews and book reviews.

Though many of the contributions originally took the form of working papers – presented for critical discussion – all have been subjected to review. Some of the papers appearing in SPiL may be published later in a revised or extended form elsewhere.

Other website associated with this journal: http://spil.journals.ac.za/pub/index 


Vol 48 (2017)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Introduction: ‘n Klein ietsie for Johan Oosthuizen EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Theresa Biberauer, Alexander Andrason
Acknowledgements EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Alex Andrason, Theresa Biberauer
A note on the periphrastic past in Afrikaans EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Jan-Wouter Zwart 1-8
The secret nominal life of Afrikaans intransitive adpositions EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Erin Pretorius 9-16
Negative exclamatives in Afrikaans: some initial thoughts EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Theresa Biberauer, Jean-Marie Potgieter 17-33
Movement in the Afrikaans left periphery: A view from anti-locality EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Robyn Berghoff 35-50
Die slag toe slim sy baas gevang het EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Christo van Rensburg 51-66
Ja-nee. No, I'm fine’: A note on YES and NO in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Theresa Biberauer, Marie-Louise van Heukelum, Lalia Duke 67-86
Poetry in South African Sign Language: What is different? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Anne Baker 87-92
A preliminary look at negative constructions in South African Sign Language: Question-Answer clauses EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Kate Huddlestone 93-104
Nominal marking in Northern Tshwa (Kalahari Khoe) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Anne-Maria Fehn, Admire Phiri 105-122
The name of the fourth river: A small puzzle presented by a fragment of Kora, for Johan Oosthuizen EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Menán du Plessis 123-137
The “exotic” nature of ideophones – from Khoekhoe to Xhosa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Alexander Andrason 139-150
Cognate objects of weather verbs in African languages of South Africa – from synchronic variation to a grammaticalization path EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Alexander Andrason, Marianna W. Visser 151-160
NPE, gender and the countable/mass distinction EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Knut Tarald Taraldsen 161-181
There is plenty of room at the bottom for small linguistic stuff EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Norbert Corver 183-195
A note on root projection and labelling EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Jochen Zeller 197-204
Decomposing V2 EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Roland Hinterhölzl 205-217
Fronting and exhaustive exclusion in Biblical Hebrew EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Christo H.J. van der Merwe 219-222
At the interface of syntax and prosody: Differentiating left dislocated and tripartite verbless clauses in Biblical Hebrew EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Jacobus A. Naudé, Cynthia L. Miller-Naudé 223-238
Grammatical polysemy and grammaticalization in cognitive and generative perspectives: Finding common ground in inter-generational corpora of ancient languages EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Christian Locatell 239-253
Collapse of genitive and benefactive case in Ecuadorian Quechua? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Pieter Muysken 255-260


ISSN: 2223-9936
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