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Wh-Scope Marking
Edited by Uli Lutz, Gereon Müller and Arnim von Stechow
[Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today 37] 2000
► pp. 249270
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Bross, Fabian
2023.  Wh-doubling in German Sign Language. Sign Language & Linguistics 26:2  pp. 258 ff. DOI logo
Franks, Steven L.
2014. Multiattachment syntax, “Movement” effects, and Spell-Out. In Minimalism and Beyond [Language Faculty and Beyond, 11],  pp. 195 ff. DOI logo
Gutierrez-Mangado, M. Juncal
2021. Expanding the scope of L3 transfer study designs. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism 11:1  pp. 60 ff. DOI logo
Hopp, Holger, Michael T. Putnam & Nora Vosburg
2019. Derivational complexity vs. transfer effects. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism 9:3  pp. 341 ff. DOI logo
Lipták, Anikó & Malte Zimmermann
2007. Indirect scope marking again: a case for generalized question formation. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 25:1 DOI logo
Pankau, Andreas
2014. Wh-copying in German as replacement. In Dependency Linguistics [Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 215],  pp. 299 ff. DOI logo
Slavkov, Nikolay
2015. Long-distance wh-movement and long-distance wh-movement avoidance in L2 English: Evidence from French and Bulgarian speakers. Second Language Research 31:2  pp. 179 ff. DOI logo

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