GAGL: Groninger Arbeiten zur germanistischen Linguistik

Digital Archive 1979 - 2011
GAGL (Groninger Arbeiten zur germanistischen Linguistik) was a working papers series in English and German on the subject of Germanic linguistics, founded by Werner Abraham, and published by the University of Groningen between 1972 and 2011.

Current Issue

No 53.2 (2011)

Articles
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Introduction. Diachronic and synchronic studies on Time, Tense and Aspect in varieties of English and other Germanic languages
Fryd, Marc
i-vii
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The ghost of the Old Norse subjunctive: the Norwegian subjunctive participle
Eide, Kristin Melum
1-28
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Auxiliary selection in the Early New High German perfect tenses
Sapp, Christopher D.
29-43
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'Ten years ago' and 'ten years since': competition and standardization in Early Modern English
Bourdin, Philippe
45-70
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The emergence of the narrative present perfect in British English: reality or illusion?
Walker, Jim
71-87
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Since when is the present tense ruled out with 'SINCE'!
Fryd, Marc
89-103
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Irish English habitual 'DO BE': more on origins and use
Ronan, Patricia
105-118
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The 'had VERB' construction in Hawai'i Creole English
Velupillai, Viveka
119-138
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Experiential aspect in Singapore English: the depolarisation of 'ever'
Ziegeler, Debra
139-162