These peer-reviewed research papers come from a range of empirical perspectives. The first part provides a snapshot of current research on the teaching of Hindi as second or foreign language. The second part deals with Hindi grammar, bilingualism and code-mixing in Hindi as well as usages of Hindi in Indian politics.
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Publication Date: 2011
This monograph is an investigation of wh-movement and wh-expletive constructions in the Indic languages Kashmiri and Hindi-Urdu. It advances a novel theory of the periphery, or the clausal positions that mediate A-bar movement. It offers an account of wh-movement and the clausal periphery in the two languages, informed by the latest strands of research on the syntax and semantics of A-bar movement.