Peter Petré
Peter Petré
Associate Professor of Linguistics, University of Antwerp
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The real-time dynamics of the individual and the community in grammaticalization
P Petré, F Van de Velde
Language 94 (4), 867-901, 2018
Constructions and environments: Copular, passive, and related constructions in Old and Middle English
P Petré
Oxford Studies in the History, 2014
General productivity: How become waxed and wax became a copula
P Petré
Cognitive Linguistics 23 (1), 27-65, 2012
Early Modern Multiloquent Authors (EMMA): Designing a large-scale corpus of individuals’ languages
P Petré, L Anthonissen, S Budts, E Manjavacas, EL Silva, W Standing, ...
ICAME journal 43 (1), 83-122, 2019
The extravagant progressive: an experimental corpus study on the history of emphatic [be Ving]
P Petré
English language and linguistics.-Cambridge, 1997, currens 21 (2), 227-250, 2017
Grammaticalization by changing co-text frequencies, or why [BE Ving] became the ‘progressive’1
P Petré
English Language & Linguistics 20 (1), 31-54, 2016
The functions of weorðan and its loss in the past tense in Old and Middle English1
P Petré
English Language & Linguistics 14 (3), 457-484, 2010
Unidirectionality as a cycle of convention and innovation: Micro-changes in the grammaticalization of [be going to INF]
P Petré
Belgian Journal of Linguistics 30 (1), 115-146, 2016
Constructional change in Old and Middle English copular constructions and its impact on the lexicon
P Petré, H Cuyckens
Folia Linguistica Historica 43 (Historica-vol-30), 311-365, 2009
Individuality in complex systems: A constructionist approach
P Petré, L Anthonissen
Cognitive linguistics 31 (2), 185-212, 2020
The Old English copula weorðan and its replacement in Middle English
P Petré, H Cuyckens
English historical linguistics 2006. Volume I Historical syntax and morphology, 2008
Putting connections centre stage in diachronic construction grammar
S Budts, P Petré
Nodes and networks in diachronic construction grammar 27, 317-351, 2020
Grammaticalization and the linguistic individual: New avenues in lifespan research
L Anthonissen, P Petré
Linguistics Vanguard 5 (s2), 2019
Reading the intentions of be going to. On the subjectification of future markers
S Budts, P Petré
Folia Linguistica 50 (Historica-vol-37), 2016
On the Distribution and Merger of Is and Bið in Old and Middle English
P Petré
Transactions of the Philological Society 111 (3), 301-325, 2013
Bedusted, yet not beheaded: The role of be-’s constructional properties in its conservation
P Petré, H Cuyckens
Constructions and language change (TiLSM 194), 133-170, 2008
How constructions are born. The role of patterns in the constructionalization of be going to INF
Patterns in language and linguistics: New perspectives on a ubiquitous concept, 2019
EEBOCorp, version 1.0
P Petré
Leuven: University of Leuven Linguistics Department, 2013
On the interaction between constructional & lexical change: Copular, Passive and related Constructions in Old and Middle English.
P Petré
status: published, 2010
On ways of being on the way: Lexical, complex preposition and aspect marker uses
P Petré, K Davidse, T Van Rompaey
International journal of corpus linguistics 17 (2), 229-258, 2012
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