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YearTitleAuthor
2007A formal treatment of explicature and the pragmatics of conditional statementsWong, Chun-wing Eddy
2013Functions of Chinese classifiers : a syntax-semantics interface accountJin, Jing
2017In search of a varied voice : translating dialect in English literatureYu, Jing
2012Inferential patterns of generalized quantifiers and their applications to scalar reasoningChow, Ka Fat
2012The ingredients of counterfactuality in Mandarin ChineseWang, Yuying
2016The interaction between speaker-oriented adverbs and sentence final particles in Mandarin Chinese : a corpus-based approachHe, Yifan
2013Intonation effects on Cantonese lexical tones in speaking and singingZhang, Ling
2008Language contact and morphosyntactic borrowing : the case study of Hong Kong written ChineseSu, Jinzhi
2019The language of privacy in Japanese and English written discourse : a systemic functional perspectiveChik, Sin Yee Sonya
2015A lexical semantic study of Chinese oppositesDing, Jing
2015Lexical triggers for implicit contrastive propositions : the cases of Mandarin benlai, Da+NP+de and othersZhang, Xue
2010A linguistic approach to emotion detection and classificationLee, Yat Mei Sophia
2017Linguistic dimensions of interactivity in computer-mediated communication : a comparative study of corporate posts on Twitter and WeiboLi, Chaoyuan
2016Making sense : from word distribution to meaningSantus, Enrico
2009On the syntax of non-verbal predication in Mandarin ChineseZhang, Qingwen
2018Phonological segmentation neighborhoodsNeergaard, Karl David
2019Pragmatic competence of advanced CSL learners in spoken Chinese : a comparison of native speakers of English and of CantoneseFan, Ling
2012Procedural lexical semanticsŠimon, Petr
2013Semantics of event nounsWang, Shan
2018Speaker-oriented adverbs and cross-propositional logic : a case study of the Mandarin adverb pianpianZhou, Mi