INDEXNote: ‘n. ’ after a page reference indicates the number of a note on that page.
|accomplishment perfect see medial-object perfect|
|activities, expressions involving -ing form of verbs 62, 66-7, 70, 71, 72|
|definite article, nonstandard usages of 76|
|American Black English 173|
|indefinite anterior perfect 95, 97, 98;|
| word order in indirect questions 173|
|see also reflexive pronouns|
|early HE texts and HE corpus 200-2;|
| parallels in other varieties and earlier English 202-8;|
| structural types and meanings 196-7|
|archaic construction of present perfect tense see medial-object perfect|
|Avalon peninsula, Newfoundland 52|
| word order in indirect questions 168, 178, 276|
| Irish standard of English 19;|
| definite article, nonstandard usages 65, 69;|
|distinctiveness of HE 13;|
| extended-now perfect 125;|
| indefinite anterior perfect 98;|
| manuscript sources 42, 44;|
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Book title: The Grammar of Irish English: Language in Hibernian Style.
Contributors: Markku Filppula - Author.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 1999.
Page number: 322.
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