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Linguistic Innovators: The English of Adolescents in London
Grant reference: RES-000-23-0680
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Relative 'who' and the actuation problem
The relative marker 'who' is now used to introduce a topic in inner city London English. We suggest an explanation that combines insights from sociolinguistics and formal syntax
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09 January 2013
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rel who_LIngua.pdf (.pdf / 965.12 KB)
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Cheshire, Jenny et al (2013) Relative 'who' and the actuation problem.
. 126 (1), pp. 51-77 Netherlands: Elsevier.
Cheshire Jenny et al. Relative 'who' and the actuation problem. Lingua 2013; 126 (1): 51-77.