Peter Petré
TitleCited byYear
Constructions and environments: Copular, passive, and related constructions in Old and Middle English
P Petré
Oxford Studies in the History, 2014
332014
General productivity: How become waxed and wax became a copula
P Petré
Cognitive Linguistics 23 (1), 27-65, 2012
242012
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
192009
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
172010
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
142008
Grammaticalization by changing co-text frequencies, or why [BE Ving] became the ‘progressive’1
P Petré
English Language & Linguistics 20 (1), 31-54, 2016
13*2016
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
122008
On the interaction between constructional & lexical change: Copular, Passive and related Constructions in Old and Middle English.
P Petré
status: published, 2010
102010
Unidirectionality as a cycle of convention and innovation
P Petré
Belgian Journal of Linguistics 30 (1), 115-146, 2016
82016
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
72013
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
62012
Leuven English Old to New (LEON): Some ideas on a new corpus for longitudinal diachronic studies.
P Petré
62009
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
52017
The extravagant and the progressive: an experimental corpus study on the grammaticalization history of [BE Ving]
P Petré
English language and linguistics.-Cambridge, 1997, currens 21 (2), 227-250, 2017
5*2017
LEON: Leuven English Old to New, version 0.3
P Petré
52013
Reading the intentions of Be going to. On the subjectification of future markers
S Budts, P Petré
Folia Linguistica 37 (1), 2016
42016
Why is there a Present-day English absolute?
N van de Pol, P Petré
Studies in Language 39 (1), 199-229, 2015
42015
Passive auxiliaries in English and German
P Petré
Comparative studies in Early Germanic languages: with a focus on verbal …, 2013
42013
Lexicalization and grammaticalization: The case of the verbo-nominal expressions be on the/one’s way/road
T Van Rompaey, K Davidse, P Petré
Functions of Language 22 (2), 232-263, 2015
32015
What grammar reveals about sex and death: interdisciplinary applications of corpus-based linguistics
P Petré
Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 30 (3), 371-387, 2014
32014
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