Little Words is an interdisciplinary examination of the
functions and change in the use of clitics, pronouns, determiners,
conjunctions, discourse particles, auxiliary/light verbs,
prepositions, and other "little words" that have played a central
role in linguistic theory and in language acquisition research.
Leading scholars present advanced research in phonology,
morphology, syntax, semantics, discourse function, historical
development, variation, and acquisition by children and adults.
This unique volume integrates the views and findings of these
different research areas into one professional source to be used
within and across disciplines. Languages studied include English,
Spanish, French, Romanian, German, Norwegian, Swedish, Slavonic,
and Medieval Leonese.
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