List of John Benjamins publications for which Ida Larsson plays a role.
Chapter 12. On the emergence of auxiliary selection in Germanic The Perfect Volume: Papers on the perfect, Eide, Kristin Melum and Marc Fryd (eds.), pp. 291–3182021
This paper is concerned with the development of auxiliary selection in Germanic, i.e. the alternation between have and be in perfects depending on the type of lexical verb. It is argued that all of the Germanic languages first develop a perfect of the modern English type, with have as the only… read more | Chapter
Introducing syntactic variation and change Syntactic Variation and Change, Håkansson, David, Ida Larsson and Erik Magnusson Petzell (eds.), pp. 1–72017
Variation and Change in American Swedish Germanic Heritage Languages in North America: Acquisition, attrition and change, Johannessen, Janne Bondi † and Joseph C. Salmons (eds.), pp. 359–3882015
This chapter surveys variation and change in Swedish spoken in America. We compare data from a corpus of American Swedish collected in Minnesota 2011 with material collected in the 1960s. Linguistic change in American Swedish can partly be accounted for in terms of koinéization. Marked dialect… read more | Article
On the development of the perfect (participle) Historical Linguistics 2009: Selected papers from the 19th International Conference on Historical Linguistics, Nijmegen, 10-14 August 2009, Kemenade, Ans M.C. van and Nynke de Haas (eds.), pp. 191–2102012
This paper argues that the perfect tense has developed from a resultant state construction (in the sense of Kratzer 2000) that expresses bounded or resultative aspect. The development involves changes in the structure and meaning of the participle. Perfect participles and resultant state… read more | Article