Norwegian bare singulars revisited

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Rosén, Victoria, and Kaja Borthen. 2017. “Norwegian Bare Singulars Revisited”. Bergen Language and Linguistics Studies 8 (1).


Borthen (2003) analyzed bare singulars in Norwegian. In this paper some of the claims made there are reexamined by searching in NorGramBank. The study provides new empirical to support to some of the claims put forth in the earlier work, but it also reveals problems with the prior analysis.

Copyright (c) 2017 Kaja Borthen and Victoria Rosén

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