Locations: on the meaning of phrases like i Paris (in Paris) and i fængsel (in prison)

Finn Sørensen

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingBook chapterResearch

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationCopenhagen Studies in Language
    Publication date1999
    Pages117-139
    Publication statusPublished - 1999

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    Sørensen, F. (1999). Locations: on the meaning of phrases like i Paris (in Paris) and i fængsel (in prison). In Copenhagen Studies in Language (pp. 117-139)
    Sørensen, Finn. / Locations : on the meaning of phrases like i Paris (in Paris) and i fængsel (in prison). Copenhagen Studies in Language. 1999. pp. 117-139
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    Sørensen, F 1999, Locations: on the meaning of phrases like i Paris (in Paris) and i fængsel (in prison). in Copenhagen Studies in Language. pp. 117-139.

    Locations : on the meaning of phrases like i Paris (in Paris) and i fængsel (in prison). / Sørensen, Finn.

    Copenhagen Studies in Language. 1999. p. 117-139.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingBook chapterResearch

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    Sørensen F. Locations: on the meaning of phrases like i Paris (in Paris) and i fængsel (in prison). In Copenhagen Studies in Language. 1999. p. 117-139