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2021
1 ; Lynda, Aasnæs.
Breaking away from the mould? A corpus-based study of the development of Aktionsart, transitivity and argument structure in phrasal verbs with away in English. : The University of Bergen 2021 85 s.
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2 ; Wedge, Amanda Ødegaard.
Wrighting in Englesh is harde An error analysis of Norwegian pupils’ L2 English spelling. : The University of Bergen 2021 79 s.
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2020
3 Eitelmann, Matthias; Haugland, Kari E.; Haumann, Dagmar.
From 'engl-isc' to 'whatever-ish': a corpus-based investigation of '-ish' derivation in the history of English. English Language and Linguistics 2020
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4 Haumann, Dagmar; Killie, Kristin.
The diachrony of grammatical non-identity: manner and speaker-oriented adverbs in English. 42. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Sprachwissenschaft (DGfS); 2020-03-04 - 2020-03-06
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2019
5 Garshol, Lenka.
I just doesn’t know : Agreement Errors in English Texts by Norwegian L2 Learners: Causes and Remedies. Universitetet i Agder 2019 (ISBN 978-82-7117-921-2) 214 s. Doctoral dissertations at University of Agder(222)
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6 Haumann, Dagmar.
How to get high on the left periphery: syntactic contexts for the reanalysis of VP adverbs as CP adverbs. Language Change in English and Beyond: Linguistic Theory and Historical Corpora; 2019-03-14 - 2019-03-15
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7 Haumann, Dagmar; Eitelmann, Matthias.
Extravagant morphology (introductory paper to the workshop on "extravagant morphology" convened by the authors). 52nd Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea; 2019-08-21 - 2019-08-24
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8 Haumann, Dagmar; Killie, Kristin.
Bridging contexts in the reanalysis of NATURALLY as a sentence adverb: A corpus study. I: Grammar - Discourse - Context. Grammar and Usage in Language Variation and Change. De Gruyter Mouton 2019 ISBN 978-3-11-068249-6. s. 191-220
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9 Haumann, Dagmar; Killie, Kristin.
The making of sentence adverbs, naturally. Linguistisches Kolloquium, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz; 2019-05-13 - 2019-05-13
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10 Meling, Bjørnar.
Chunks in the classroom: An experiment on the use of Cognitive Linguistic principles in academic vocabulary instruction among Norwegian upper secondary ESL-students. Bergen: The University of Bergen 2019 134 s.
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11 Simpson, Haakon Valen Hume.
The spelling of phonemes - An Error Analysis of Norwegian pupils' L2 English spelling with emphasis on phoneme–grapheme correspondences. Bergen: The University of Bergen 2019 95 s.
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2018
12 Haumann, Dagmar.
Active and passive tough-infinitives. A case of long-term grammatical variation.. I: Reorganising Grammatical Variation: Diachronic studies in the retention, redistribution and refunctionalisation of linguistic variants. John Benjamins Publishing Company 2018 ISBN 9789027201645. s. 269-296
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13 Haumann, Dagmar.
Moving up or merging high: syntactic contexts for the reanalysis of VP-adverbs as CP-adverbs. Summer School om Historical Linguistics of Germanic Languages SUM-UP; 2018-06-27 - 2018-06-30
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14 Haumann, Dagmar; Eitelmann, Matthias.
Competition, Loss and Renewal in Prepositional Transitivizers and Transitivity Enhancers. 51st Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea; 2018-08-29 - 2018-09-01
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15 Holst, Henning.
Language awareness and multilingualism in lower and upper secondary school in Norway: An empirical study of 8th grade, 10th grade and Vg2 students' use of their multilingual knowledge in language learning. : The University of Bergen 2018 120 s.
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2017
16 Bakken, Vivil Selliseth.
The Acquisition of english prepositions by Norwegian L2 learners - a Corpus-based error analysis. : The University of Bergen 2017 85 s.
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17 Haumann, Dagmar; Eitelmann, Matthias.
Variation, loss and renewal: P-elements as transitivizers and transitivity enhancers. ICAME 38; 2017-05-24 - 2017-05-28
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2015
18 Haumann, Dagmar; Eitelmann, Matthias.
(De)Transitivization Processes, Diachronically and Cross-linguistically. 22nd International Conference on Historical Linguistics; 2015-07-27 - 2015-07-31
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19 Haumann, Dagmar; Eitelmann, Matthias; Haugland, Kari E..
From englisc to what-ish: on the diachrony of -ish suffixation. 22nd International Conference on Historical Linguistics; 2015-07-27 - 2015-07-31
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20 Haumann, Dagmar; Haugland, Kari E.; Eitelmann, Matthias.
The -ish‑Factor. A Corpus-based Analysis of -ish Derivatives in English.. 48th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea; 2015-09-02 - 2015-09-05
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2014
21 Haumann, Dagmar.
On German 'wohl', its translation equivalents and its status as a weak evi­dential adverb. Hauptseminar Syntax; 2014-10-13 - 2014-10-13
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22 Haumann, Dagmar.
On the ascent and decline of the passive tough-infinitive. I: 'Ye whom the charms of grammar please': Studies in English Language History in Honour of Leiv Egil Breivik. Peter Lang Publishing Group 2014 ISBN 9783034317795. s. 167-196
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23 Haumann, Dagmar; Eitelmann, Matthias.
Processes of argument augmentation and reduction in the history of English. (De)transitivization: Processes of argument augmentation and reduction in the history of English; 2014-07-17 - 2014-07-17
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24 Hellem, Hanna Dorthea.
The level of Old Norse influence on the development of Middle English. : University of Agder 2014 71 s.
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2013
25 Garshol, Lenka.
The acquisition of verb movement in first language acquisition : comparison of English and Norwegian. : University of Agder 2013 77 s.
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26 Haumann, Dagmar.
DP‐internal Adjectives in Old English. Linguistisches Kolloquium zu Ehren von Frau Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Gisa Rauh; 2013-02-22 - 2013-02-23
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27 Haumann, Dagmar.
Emergence, loss and compensation: Passive 'tough'-infinitives. Workshop 'Reorganising Grammatical Variation', ICHL 21: International Conference on Historical Linguistics, University of Oslo; 2013-08-05 - 2013-08-05
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28 Matre, Marianne Engen.
Two mechanisms or one? A comparison of past tense acquisition in children with specific language impairment and typically developing children. : University of Agder 2013 70 s.
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2012
29 Haumann, Dagmar.
Adjective matters. Left and right, and high and low. Erasmus; 2012-11-21 - 2012-11-21
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30 Haumann, Dagmar.
Loss and compensation? Changes in TOUGH-infinitives. invitert gjesteforelesning; 2012-11-26 - 2012-11-26
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31 Haumann, Dagmar.
Opening the chicken-and-egg case AGAIN. Syntax, semantics or pragmatics?. Erasmus; 2012-11-21 - 2012-11-21
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32 Haumann, Dagmar.
The rise and fall of the passive infinitive in TOUGH-constructions – some (late) consequences. 11th Medieval English Studies Symposium; 2012-11-17 - 2012-11-18
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33 Haumann, Dagmar.
The short life of the passive infinitive in 'tough'-constructions and some of its (late) consequences. The Making of the Early Modern Period; 2012-05-31 - 2012-06-01
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34 Haumann, Dagmar; Letnes, Ole.
German "wohl": An Evidential?. I: Covert Patterns of Modality. Cambridge Scholars Publishing 2012 ISBN 978-1-4438-4059-0. s. 202-237
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35 Haumann, Dagmar; Letnes, Ole.
On the possible evidential status of German WOHL. Språkforum; 2012-04-27 - 2012-04-27
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36 Isingoma, Bebwa.
Argument structure : a comparative study of triadic constructions in Rutooro and English. : University of Agder 2012 347 s.
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37 Vegge, Therese.
Idioms: categorization, lexical representation and the question of compositionality. : University of Agder 2012 72 s.
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2011
38 Fornůsková, Jana.
What can bilingualism do for you? The advantages of bilingual language development. : University of Agder 2011 91 s.
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39 Haumann, Dagmar.
Forms(s) & function(s) of adjectives from Old English until today. Erasmus; 2011-04-14 - 2011-04-14
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40 Haumann, Dagmar.
Grammar quirks from L1 into L2 (and vice versa). Erasmus; 2011-04-13 - 2011-04-13
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41 Haumann, Dagmar; Letnes, Ole.
German modal particles and their (im)possible counterparts in English and Norwegian. 44th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea; 2011-09-08 - 2011-09-11
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42 Julsrud, Mari.
First language acquisition in deaf children : with a special focus on the Norwegian educational system. : University of Agder 2011 58 s.
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43 Mohsen, Kristin Håland.
Negation in English : compared to Norwegian. : University of Agder 2011 66 s.
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2010
44 Haumann, Dagmar.
A tough construction to analyze.... utenTitteltekst; 2010-05-19 - 2010-05-19
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45 Haumann, Dagmar.
Adnominal adjectives in Old English. English Language and Linguistics 2010 ;Volum 14.(1) s. 53-81
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46 Haumann, Dagmar.
Reflections on reflexives: unaccusatives in Norwegian, German & English. utenTitteltekst; 2010-05-18 - 2010-05-18
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47 Haumann, Dagmar.
Word Order Variation in NP in Old English: Adnominal Adjectives Revisited. NAES-FINSSE 2010; 2010-06-09 - 2010-06-13
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2009
48 Haumann, Dagmar.
Middles and reflexives: a contrastive view on non-canonical passives in English, German and Norwegian. utenTitteltekst; 2009-06-19 - 2009-06-19
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49 Haumann, Dagmar.
Reflexive unaccusatives in Norwegian and German, mainly. workshop on (de)transitivization; 2009-09-02 - 2009-09-02
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50 Haumann, Dagmar.
There's misagreeing subjects. utenTitteltekst; 2009-10-14 - 2009-10-14
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