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Theoretical and Empirical Issues in Grammaticalization
Edited by Elena Seoane and María José López-Couso
[Typological Studies in Language 77] 2008
► pp. 3353
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Bermúdez-Otero, Ricardo & Graeme Trousdale
2012. Cycles and continua: On unidirectionality and gradualness in language change. In The Oxford Handbook of the History of English,  pp. 691 ff. DOI logo
Jiménez Martínez, María Isabel & Chantal Melis
Sundquist, John D.
2020. Productivity, richness, and diversity of light verb constructions in the history of American English. Journal of Historical Linguistics 10:3  pp. 349 ff. DOI logo
Sundquist, John D.
2020. The rich get richer. In Historical Linguistics 2017 [Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 350],  pp. 344 ff. DOI logo
Traugott, Elizabeth Closs & Graeme Trousdale
2014. Contentful constructionalization. Journal of Historical Linguistics 4:2  pp. 256 ff. DOI logo
Trousdale, Graeme
2008. A constructional approach to lexicalization processes in the history of English: Evidence from possessive constructions. Word Structure 1:2  pp. 156 ff. DOI logo
Trousdale, Graeme
2015. Multiple inheritance and constructional change. In On Multiple Source Constructions in Language Change [Benjamins Current Topics, 79],  pp. 19 ff. DOI logo
Wang, Di, Guiying Jiang & Yufan Zheng
2023. Walking out of the light verb jungle: Exploring the translation strategies of light verb constructions in Chinese–English consecutive interpreting. Frontiers in Psychology 14 DOI logo
Wang, Ying
2019. A corpus-based study of composite predicates in Early Modern English dialogues. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 20:1  pp. 20 ff. DOI logo

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