Readership: Scholars and advanced students of French and of its acquisition as a first language; linguistic theorists interested in the interfaces between syntax, discourse, and phonology.
Cécile de Cat, University of Leeds
"a very interesting and well-balanced book...not only the French synchronic linguists and the spoken communication linguists, but also psycholinguists, linguists concerned by language acquisition and links between thought and language will surely be attracted by this scientific contribution." - Thierry Ponchon, Linguistlist,
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2: Diagnostics for Dislocated Elements