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Linguistic Inquiry


Samuel Jay Keyser, Editor-in-Chief 

Linguistic Inquiry leads the field in research on current topics in linguistics. In each issue, its authors keep themselves and other readers informed of new theoretical developments based on the latest international scholarship. 

Table of Contents

Vol. 37, Issue 3 - Summer 2006


The Morphophonology of Russian Adjectival Inflection
pp. 351-404
Abstract | PDF (382.79 KB)
Glide Distribution in Classical Arabic Verb Stems
pp. 405-440
Abstract | PDF (293.29 KB)
There Began to Be a Learnability Puzzle
pp. 441-456
Abstract | PDF (107.76 KB)
Reply to Bhatt and Pancheva's “Late Merger of Degree Clauses”: The Irrelevance of (Non)conservativity
pp. 457-483
Abstract | PDF (173.36 KB)
Clitic Climbing and the Dual Status of Sembrare
pp. 484-501
Abstract | PDF (106.49 KB)
A Universal Pronoun in English?
pp. 503-513
Abstract | PDF (107.96 KB)
Degree Phrase Inversion in the Scope of Negation
pp. 514-521
Abstract | PDF (65.17 KB)
Case Checking versus Case Assignment and the Case of Adverbial NPs
pp. 522-533
Abstract | PDF (108.29 KB)