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Haegeman, Liliane. 2006. “Argument Fronting in English, Romance CLLD, and the Left Periphery.” In Crosslinguistic Research in Syntax and Semantics: Negation, Tense and Clausal Architecture, ed. R Zanuttini, H Campos, E Herburger, and P Portner, 27–52. WASHINGTON: GEORGETOWN UNIV PRESS.
APA
Haegeman, L. (2006). Argument fronting in English, Romance CLLD, and the left periphery. In R. Zanuttini, H. Campos, E. Herburger, & P. Portner (Eds.), CROSSLINGUISTIC RESEARCH IN SYNTAX AND SEMANTICS: NEGATION, TENSE AND CLAUSAL ARCHITECTURE (pp. 27–52). Presented at the Conference on Comparative and Crosslinguistic Research in Syntax and Semantics, and Computational Linguistics, WASHINGTON: GEORGETOWN UNIV PRESS.
Vancouver
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Haegeman L. Argument fronting in English, Romance CLLD, and the left periphery. In: Zanuttini R, Campos H, Herburger E, Portner P, editors. CROSSLINGUISTIC RESEARCH IN SYNTAX AND SEMANTICS: NEGATION, TENSE AND CLAUSAL ARCHITECTURE. WASHINGTON: GEORGETOWN UNIV PRESS; 2006. p. 27–52.
MLA
Haegeman, Liliane. “Argument Fronting in English, Romance CLLD, and the Left Periphery.” Crosslinguistic Research in Syntax and Semantics: Negation, Tense and Clausal Architecture. Ed. R Zanuttini et al. WASHINGTON: GEORGETOWN UNIV PRESS, 2006. 27–52. Print.
@inproceedings{1003093,
  author       = {Haegeman, Liliane},
  booktitle    = {CROSSLINGUISTIC RESEARCH IN SYNTAX AND SEMANTICS: NEGATION, TENSE AND CLAUSAL ARCHITECTURE},
  editor       = {Zanuttini, R and Campos, H and Herburger, E and Portner, P},
  isbn         = {1-58901-080-9},
  issn         = {0196-7207},
  keyword      = {SYNTAX,SUBORDINATE CLAUSES,EMBEDDED TOPICALIZATION},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Washington, DC},
  pages        = {27--52},
  publisher    = {GEORGETOWN UNIV PRESS},
  title        = {Argument fronting in English, Romance CLLD, and the left periphery},
  year         = {2006},
}

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