Jim Wood
Jim Wood
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Icelandic Morphosyntax and Argument Structure
J Wood
New York University, 2012
1932012
The interpretation of external arguments
J Wood, A Marantz
The verbal domain 255, 278, 2017
962017
Reflexive -st verbs in Icelandic
J Wood
Natural Language & Linguistic Theory, 2014
48*2014
Against the movement theory of control: Another argument from Icelandic
J Wood
Linguistic Inquiry 43 (1), 322-330, 2012
352012
Let causatives and (a)symmetric DAT-NOM constructions
J Wood, HĮ Siguršsson
Syntax 17 (3), 269–298, 2014
30*2014
Icelandic let-causatives and case
J Wood
Working Papers in Scandinavian Syntax 87, 1-52, 2011
272011
The Accusative Subject Generalization
J Wood
Syntax, 2017
23*2017
Case alternations in Icelandic ‘get’-passives
EF Siguršsson, J Wood
Nordic Journal of Linguistics 35 (3), 269-312, 2012
212012
The Southern Presentative Dative Meets Mechanical Turk
J Wood, L Horn, R Zanuttini, L Lindemann
American Speech 90 (3), 291-320, 2015
19*2015
Imposters: An online survey of grammaticality judgements
C Collins, S Guitard, J Wood
NYU Working Papers in Linguistics 2, 2009
182009
Stylistic Fronting in spoken Icelandic relatives
J Wood
Nordic Journal of Linguistics 34 (1), 29, 2011
172011
Affirmative Semantics with Negative Morphosyntax
JIM WOOD
Micro-Syntactic Variation in North American English, 2014
162014
The Yale Grammatical Diversity Project: Morphosyntactic variation in North American English
R Zanuttini, J Wood, J Zentz, L Horn
Linguistics Vanguard 1 (open-issue), 2018
142018
Icelandic Verbal Agreement and Pronoun-Antecedent Relations
J Wood, EF Siguršsson
Pronominal Agreement Cross-Linguistically: Case Studies on Imposters, 2012
132012
Short-a in northern New England
J Wood
Journal of English Linguistics 39 (2), 135-165, 2011
132011
The unintentional causer in Icelandic
J Wood
Proceedings of NELS 41, 2011
13*2011
How roots do and don’t constrain the interpretation of Voice
J Wood
Working Papers in Scandinavian Syntax, 1-25, 2016
122016
Get-passives and case alternations: The view from Icelandic
J Wood, EF Siguršsson
Proceedings of the 31st West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics, 493-503, 2014
12*2014
Building deverbal ability adjectives in Icelandic
J Wood, EF Siguršsson
University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics 20 (1), 37, 2014
112014
Icelandic object extraposition is still a problem for the Movement Theory of Control: A reply to Drummond and Hornstein
J Wood
Linguistic Inquiry 48 (3), 513-527, 2017
9*2017
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