A Syntactic and Semantic Investigation of German and English
This book is a revised version of my Ph.D. dissertation (2011, University of Delaware). Consequently, it would not have been possible without the help of Dr. Benjamin Bruening. Thank you for your support throughout the years! Many thanks go to my Ph.D. committee members Dr. Satoshi Tomioka, Dr. Gabrielle Hermon and Professor Dr. Daniel Hole for their support and invaluable comments. Thank you to everyone at the Department of Linguistics at the University of Delaware!
Many thanks to all the different audiences that have provided feedback on my work at conferences and workshops over the last few years. I enjoyed the discussions and they provided me with many details discussed in this book.
A big THANK YOU to everyone who has supported me since I graduated, especially to the members of the Department of Linguistics at The University of Iowa and very special thanks to the Department of English at East Carolina University. Thank you for your continued support.
To my parents Raphaele and Arnd Bosse: Thank you for you support, encouraging words, and for always being there for me – even if there’s an ocean between us. DANKE!
Last but not least to all of my friends, new and old, for your support: Thank you for being there when I needed to vent or celebrate. Time passes but the memories will stay forever.← 5 | 6 →
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