When contrasting polarity, the Dutch use particles, Germans intonation
This study compares how Dutch and German, two closely related languages, signal a shift from a negative to a positive polarity in two contexts, when contrasting the polarity relative to a different topic situation (In my picture the man washes the car following after In my picture the man does... Full description
|1st Person:||Turco, Giuseppina|
|Additional Persons:||Braun, Bettina; Dimroth, Christine|
|Source:||in: Journal of Pragmatics (2014), Vol. 62, p. 94-106|
|Type of Publication:||Article|
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