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List of Papers
Takumi EGUCHI Last modified date:2023.10.05

Professor / Linguistic Information / Department of Linguistic Environment / Faculty of Languages and Cultures

1. Studies in English Literature, Regional Branches Combined Issue.
2. Are Inherent Resultative Constructions Genuine Resultative Constructions?.
3. On the Co-occurrence of Change-of-State and Change-of-Location Expressions: Can It Be a Counterexample to the UPC?.
4. English Resultatives with Rhetorical Effects.
5. How do Students Depict the Non-definite World?.
6. Aspects of the Resultative Construction.
7. Resultative Constructions with Negative Outcome -Presence or Absence of Intention-.
8. Reflection of the Speaker's Attitude on Linguistic Form.
9. Word Order in "Multiply-Specifying" Phrases.
10. You-Suppression as a Politeness Strategy in English and Japanese.
11. On Multiple Specification and Coordination.
12. Coordinate Constructions with Pragmatic Parallelism Shared by Conjuncts.
13. Takumi EGUCHI, Coordination of Path Phrases in English, English Linguistics (English Linguistic Society of Japan), Vol.19 No.2 pp.142-160, 2002.11.
14. Constraints on Coordination in English: What are the Properties Common to Conjucts?.
15. Postposing Constructions in Japanese--Strategies for Presenting Information.
16. On the Derivation of "Verb-Particle" Constructions: A Functional Perspective.
17. Pragmatic Constraints on the Pronominalization of Prepositional Objects.
18. Pragmatic Referring Expressions in Newspaper English.
19. Sentence Anaphora in Hierarchical Semantics.
20. Japanese Demonstratives Ko / So / A.
21. An Emotive and Factive Adverb Construction and Its similar Expression in Discourse.
22. The Alternation of Conditionals and Causals.
23. Perfect in "Before"-clauses.
24. Before-Clauses with Negative Implication--On Forms suggesting the Implication.
25. Takumi EGUCHI, Substantive Gerunds and Verbal Gerunds, 久留米大学論叢, 第34巻, 第2号, 121-143, 1985.12.
26. On Substantive Gereunds and Verbal Gerunds--From Semantic Point of View.