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Antunović, Goranka
2019. Translation Corpus-Informed Research: A Swedish-Croatian Example. In Contacts and Contrasts in Educational Contexts and Translation [Second Language Learning and Teaching, ],  pp. 157 ff. DOI logo
Konnerth, Linda & Andrea Sansò
2021. Towards a diachronic typology of individual person markers. Folia Linguistica 55:s42-s1  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Lamiroy, Béatrice & Anna Pineda
2017. Grammaticalization across Romance languages and the pace of language change. Lingvisticae Investigationes 40:2  pp. 304 ff. DOI logo
Makartsev, Maxim
2019. Clusivity and definiteness in Albanian man-impersonals. Balcanica :15  pp. 60 ff. DOI logo
Mazzitelli, Lidia Federica
2019. Referential and pragmatic-discourse properties of Lithuanian reference impersonals: 2sg-imp, 3-imp and ma/ta-imp. Kalbotyra 72  pp. 32 ff. DOI logo
Mihatsch, Wiltrud
2015. Referenzielle Besonderheiten von Nominalphrasen mit hombre und persona in altspanischen Rechtstexten. In Historische Sprachwissenschaft als philologische Kulturwissenschaft,  pp. 579 ff. DOI logo
Ozerov, Pavel & Linda Konnerth
2021. Multiple functions of the inclusive: examining synchronic variation in light of diachronic shift in South-Central Trans-Himalayan. Folia Linguistica 55:s42-s1  pp. 175 ff. DOI logo
Roque Amaral, Eduardo Tadeu
2017. ESTUDIO CONTRASTIVO DE NOMBRES GENERALES PARA HUMANOS EN ESPAÑOL Y EN PORTUGUÉS. Lingüística y Literatura 38:72  pp. 54 ff. DOI logo
Roque Amaral, Eduardo Tadeu, Wiltrud Mihatsch, F. Neveu, G. Bergounioux, M.-H. Côté, J.-M. Fournier, L. Hriba & S. Prévost
2016. Le nom françaispersonneen comparaison avec le portugais brésilienpessoaet l’allemandPerson– des noms en voie de pronominalisation ?. SHS Web of Conferences 27  pp. 12015 ff. DOI logo
Russi, Cinzia
2014. The grammaticalization of nomə in the Eastern Abruzzese dialect Ortese. In Grammaticalization – Theory and Data [Studies in Language Companion Series, 162],  pp. 157 ff. DOI logo
Rădulescu, Valentin & Daniël Van Olmen
2022. A questionnaire-based study of impersonalization in Romanian and English. Languages in Contrast 22:1  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Sansò, Andrea
2016. Agent-defocusing constructions from nominalized VPs. Studies in Language 40:4  pp. 894 ff. DOI logo
Sansò, Andrea
2017. Where do antipassive constructions come from?. Diachronica 34:2  pp. 175 ff. DOI logo
Sansò, Andrea
2018. Explaining the diversity of antipassives: Formal grammar vs. (diachronic) typology. Language and Linguistics Compass 12:6 DOI logo
Schoubben, Niels
2022.  Tu quoque?! On the second person pronoun tusya (tus̱a) and the second person verbal ending -tu (-du) in Niya Prakrit. Journal of South Asian Languages and Linguistics 9:1-2  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Van Olmen, Daniël & Adri Breed
2018. Human impersonal pronouns in West Germanic. Studies in Language 42:4  pp. 798 ff. DOI logo
Van Olmen, Daniël, Adri Breed & Ben Verhoeven
2019. A corpus-based study of the human impersonal pronoun ('n) mens in Afrikaans. Languages in Contrast 19:1  pp. 79 ff. DOI logo
Wahlström, Max
2019. A speech corpus study of two impersonal strategies in Bulgarian and Croatian. Balcanica :15  pp. 56 ff. DOI logo
ZEIJLSTRA, HEDDE
2015. Let's talk about you and me. Journal of Linguistics 51:2  pp. 465 ff. DOI logo

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