ISSUE 4-5 (1999-2000)



  1. Verb valency - an attempt at conceptual clarification.
    (Klaus Fischer, London Guildhall University)

  2. The representation of compounds and phrases in the mental lexicon: evidence from Chinese
    (Yi-ching Su, University of Maryland)

  3. Hedging your bets - the use of yo in face-to-face interaction
    (Miranda Stewart, Strathclyde University)

  4. Answering back in Old High German
    (John Flood, University of London)

  5. The Expression of Passive Sense in Non-Finite Forms in English and German
    (John Partridge, University of Kent)


  1. The relevance of corpora to German studies.
    (Bill Dodd, University of Birmingham)


  1. Lamy, Marie-Noëlle: The Cambridge French-English Thesaurus)
    (Nigel Armstrong, University of Newcastle upon Tyne)
  2. Duffy, Jean: Using French Vocabulary
    (Nigel Armstrong, University of Newcastle upon Tyne)
  3. Radford, Andrew, Martin Atkinson, David Britain, Harald Clahsen and Andrew Spencer: Linguistics: An Introduction
    (Helen Wright, St Edward's School, Oxford)
  4. L'Huillier, Monique: Advanced French Grammar
    (Jean-Marc Dewaele & Penny Sewell, Birkbeck College, University of London)
  5. Fischer, Klaus: German-English Verb Valency. A Contrastive Analysis
    (Jonathan West, University of Newcastle upon Tyne)
  6. Gross, Harro: Einführung in die germanistische Linguistik. Neu bearbeitet von Klaus Fischer
    (Jonathan West, University of Newcastle upon Tyne)
  7. Lalaire, Louis: La variation modale dans les subordonnées à temps fini du français moderne : approche syntaxique.
    (Richard Wakely, University of Edinburgh)
  8. Broderick, George: Language death in the Isle of Man: an investigation into the decline and extinction of Manx Gaelic as a community language in the Isle of Man.
    (Michelle Heanue, NUI, University College Dublin)
  9. Braidi, Susan M.The Acquisition of Second Language Syntax.
    (Sharon Unsworth, University of Durham)
  10. Jones, William Jervis: German Lexicography in the European Context. A descriptive bibliography of printed dictionaries and word lists containing German language (1600-1700).
    (Jonathan West, University of Newcastle)
  11. Jeffrey, Charlie and Ruth Whittle: Germany Today. A Student's Dictionary.
    (Jonathan West, University of Newcastle)
  12. Green, D. H.: Language and history in the early Germanic world.
    (Nicola McLelland, University of Dublin, Trinity College)

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