The genesis of preterite-present verbs: the Proto-Indo-European stative-intransitive system and morphological conflation

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Abstract

This work is based on my PhD thesis, A New Historical and Comparative Approach to Old English Preterite-Present Verbs, submitted in 2005 to the Faculty of Humanities, the University of Manchester. I am especially grateful to my supervisor Professor Richard M. Hogg, my internal examiner Professor Martin Durrell, and my external examiner Dr. John Penney (Oxford); without their generous help, this work would not have been completed. Needless to say, however, any remaining shortcomings are wholly my own responsibilities.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherDepartment of English Faculty of Languages and Cultures Kyushu University
Number of pages246
ISBN (Print)1348-1800
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2009

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Name言語文化叢書 / 九州大学大学院言語文化研究院 [編], 19

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    田中俊也 (2009). The genesis of preterite-present verbs: the Proto-Indo-European stative-intransitive system and morphological conflation. (言語文化叢書 / 九州大学大学院言語文化研究院 [編], 19). Department of English Faculty of Languages and Cultures Kyushu University.