Lila San Roque
Lila San Roque
Radboud University & Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
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Vision verbs dominate in conversation across cultures, but the ranking of non-visual verbs varies
L San Roque, KH Kendrick, E Norcliffe, P Brown, R Defina, ...
Cognitive Linguistics 26 (1), 31-60, 2015
962015
Getting the story straight: Language fieldwork using a narrative problem-solving task
L San Roque, L Gawne, D Hoenigman, JC Miller, A Rumsey, S Spronck, ...
Language Documentation & Conservation 6, 135-174, 2012
812012
Evidentiality and interrogativity
L San Roque, S Floyd, E Norcliffe
Lingua 186, 120-143, 2017
732017
The New Guinea Highlands evidentiality area
L San Roque, R Loughnane
Linguistic Typology 16 (1), 111-167, 2012
732012
Huh? What?–A first survey in 21 languages
NJ Enfield, M Dingemanse, J Baranova, J Blythe, P Brown, T Dirksmeyer, ...
Conversational repair and human understanding, 343-380, 2013
63*2013
An introduction to Duna grammar
L San Roque
Canberra: The Australian National University, 2008
592008
The grammar of engagement I: framework and initial exemplification
N Evans, H Bergqvist, L San Roque
Language and Cognition 10 (1), 110-140, 2018
452018
Egophoricity
S Floyd, E Norcliffe, L San Roque
John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2018
352018
The grammar of engagement II: typology and diachrony
N EVANS, H BERGQVIST, L San Roque
Language and Cognition 10 (1), 141-170, 2018
272018
I'saka: A sketch grammar of a language of north-central New Guinea
M Donohue, L San Roque
Canberra: Pacific Linguistics, 2004
252004
Universal meaning extensions of perception verbs are grounded in interaction
L San Roque, KH Kendrick, E Norcliffe, A Majid
Cognitive Linguistics 29 (3), 371-406, 2018
232018
Demonstratives and non-embedded nominalisations in three Papuan languages of the Timor-Alor-Pantar family
A Schapper, L San Roque
Studies in Language 35 (2), 380-408, 2011
152011
Egophoricity: An introduction
L San Roque, S Floyd, E Norcliffe
14*
Smell Is Coded in Grammar and Frequent in Discourse: Cha'palaa Olfactory Language in Cross‐Linguistic Perspective
S Floyd, LS Roque, A Majid
Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 28 (2), 175-196, 2018
102018
Forests: the cross-linguistic perspective
N Burenhult, C Hill, J Huber, S Van Putten, K Rybka, L San Roque
Geographica Helvetica 72 (4), 455-464, 2017
102017
Inheritance, contact and change in the New Guinea Highlands evidentiality area
L San Roque, R Loughnane
Language and Linguistics in Melanesia: Special Issue 2012 Part II, 397-427, 2012
102012
Using you to get to me: Addressee perspective and speaker stance in Duna evidential marking
LS Roque
STUF-Language Typology and Universals 68 (2), 187-210, 2015
82015
3. Music and Language in Duna Pikono
K Gillespie, L San Roque
Sung Tales from the Papua New Guinea Highlands, 49, 2011
82011
Patterns of nasalisation in languages near Vanimo
M Donohue, L San Roque
Australian Linguistics Society conference, July 8, 2000
82000
The acquisition of ergative marking in Kaluli, Ku Waru and Duna (Trans New Guinea)
A Rumsey, L San Roque, BB Schieffelin
The acquisition of ergativity, 133-182, 2013
72013
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