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Barddal, Johanna, and Thórhallur Eythórsson. 2018. “What Is a Subject? The Nature and Validity of Subject Tests.” In Non-canonically Case-marked Subjects : the Reykjavík–Eyjafjallajökull Papers, ed. Johanna Barddal, Na’ama Pat-El, and Steven Mark Carey, 200:257–274. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
APA
Barddal, J., & Eythórsson, T. (2018). What Is a subject? The nature and validity of subject tests. In J. Barddal, N. Pat-El, & S. M. Carey (Eds.), Non-canonically case-marked subjects : the Reykjavík–Eyjafjallajökull papers (Vol. 200, pp. 257–274). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Vancouver
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Barddal J, Eythórsson T. What Is a subject? The nature and validity of subject tests. In: Barddal J, Pat-El N, Carey SM, editors. Non-canonically case-marked subjects : the Reykjavík–Eyjafjallajökull papers. Amsterdam: John Benjamins; 2018. p. 257–74.
MLA
Barddal, Johanna, and Thórhallur Eythórsson. “What Is a Subject? The Nature and Validity of Subject Tests.” Non-canonically Case-marked Subjects : the Reykjavík–Eyjafjallajökull Papers. Ed. Johanna Barddal, Na’ama Pat-El, & Steven Mark Carey. Vol. 200. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2018. 257–274. Print.
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  booktitle    = {Non-canonically case-marked subjects : the Reykjav{\'i}k--Eyjafjallaj{\"o}kull papers},
  editor       = {Barddal, Johanna and Pat-El, Na'ama and Carey, Steven Mark},
  isbn         = {9789027201478},
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  series       = {Studies in Language Companion Series},
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