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David Adger

Cànanaiche albannach, ollamh cànanachas aig Oilthigh Lunnainn

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Fhuair e ceum ann an eòlas-chànain Gàidhlig (na h-Alba) bho Oilthigh Dhùn Èideann, ach bha ùidh na b' fharsainge aige ann an cànanachas.[1]

FoillseachaidheanDeasaich

  • Adger, D (2017) “Restrictiveness Matters”. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review. 24(1), 138-139
  • Adger, D (2013) A Syntax of Substance. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press (Linguistic Inquiry Monographs). (189pp)
  • Adger, D (2011) “Clefted Situations: a note on expletives in Scottish Gaelic clefts” in A. Carnie (ed) Formal Approaches to Celtic Linguistics, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 3-15.
  • Adger, D (2010) “Gaelic Morphology” in M. Watson and M. Macleod (eds) The Edinburgh Companion to the Gaelic Language, Edinburgh University Press, 283-303.
  • Adger, D (2010) “Gaelic Syntax” in M. Watson and M. Macleod (eds) The Edinburgh Companion to the Gaelic Language, Edinburgh University Press, 304-351.
  • Adger, D. (2003) Core Syntax. Oxford University Press: Oxford. (425pp)
  • Adger, D. and Ramchand, G. 2006. “Dialect variation in Gaelic relative clauses” in W. McLeod (ed) Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig. Dunedin Academic Press. 1-15.
  • Adger, D. and Ramchand, G. 2005 “Merge vs Move: wh-dependencies revisited”. Linguistic Inquiry, 36.2, 161-193.
  • Adger, D. 1996 “Aspect, Agreement and Measure Phrases in Scottish Gaelic” in R. Borsley and I. Roberts (eds) The Syntax of the Celtic Languages, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 200-222.
  • Adger, D. 2005 “Fracturing the Adjective: evidence from Gaelic comparatives” in D. Harbour (ed) QMUL Occasional Papers in Linguistics. No 4. QMUL, London.

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  1. Home”, David Adger. Air a thogail 27mh dhen Dàmhair 2018. 

Ceanglaichean A-machDeasaich

  • David Adger”, Queen Mary University of London. Air a thogail 27mh dhen Dàmhair 2018. 
  • David Adger Publications”, Google Scholar. Air a thogail 27mh dhen Dàmhair 2018. 
  • David Adger”, 500 Queer Scientists. Air a thogail 27mh dhen Dàmhair 2018.