Regrammation and paradigmatization: Diachronic analysis of a number of progressive periphrases in French

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Regrammation and paradigmatization : Diachronic analysis of a number of progressive periphrases in French. / Kragh, Kirsten A. Jeppesen; Schøsler, Lene.

I: Journal of French Language Studies, Bind 25, Nr. 2, 07.2015, s. 265-293.

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Kragh, KAJ & Schøsler, L 2015, 'Regrammation and paradigmatization: Diachronic analysis of a number of progressive periphrases in French', Journal of French Language Studies, bind 25, nr. 2, s. 265-293.

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Kragh, K. A. J., & Schøsler, L. (2015). Regrammation and paradigmatization: Diachronic analysis of a number of progressive periphrases in French. Journal of French Language Studies, 25(2), 265-293.

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Kragh KAJ, Schøsler L. Regrammation and paradigmatization: Diachronic analysis of a number of progressive periphrases in French. Journal of French Language Studies. 2015 jul;25(2):265-293.

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Kragh, Kirsten A. Jeppesen ; Schøsler, Lene. / Regrammation and paradigmatization : Diachronic analysis of a number of progressive periphrases in French. I: Journal of French Language Studies. 2015 ; Bind 25, Nr. 2. s. 265-293.

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