Nathalie Dion
Nathalie Dion
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Prescription vs. praxis: The evolution of future temporal reference in French
S Poplack, N Dion
Language, 557-587, 2009
Myths and facts about loanword development
S Poplack, N Dion
Language variation and change 24 (3), 279-315, 2012
Phrase-final prepositions in Quebec French: An empirical study of contact, code-switching and resistance to convergence
S Poplack, L Zentz, N Dion
Bilingualism: language and cognition 15 (2), 203-225, 2012
The evolving grammar of the French subjunctive
S Poplack, A Lealess, N Dion
International Journal of Latin and Romance Linguistics 25 (1), 139-195, 2013
Variation and grammaticalization in Romance: A cross-linguistic study of the subjunctive
S Poplack, RT Cacoullos, N Dion, R de Andrade Berlinck, S Digesto, ...
Manual of Romance sociolinguistics 18, 217-252, 2018
Searching for standard French: The construction and mining of the Recueil historique des grammaires du français
S Poplack, LG Jarmasz, N Dion, N Rosen
Journal of Historical Sociolinguistics 1 (1), 13-55, 2015
What counts as (contact-induced) change
S Poplack, L Zentz, N Dion
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 15 (2), 247-254, 2012
Revisiting phonetic integration in bilingual borrowing
S Poplack, S Robillard, N Dion, JC Paolillo
Language 96 (1), 126-159, 2020
An exception to the rule? Lone French nouns in Tunisian Arabic
S Poplack, L Sayahi, N Mourad, N Dion
Linguistic mythbusting: The role of the media in diffusing change
N Dion, S Poplack
New Ways of Analysing Variation 36, 11-14, 2007
A comparative sociolinguistic analysis of the dative alternation
SA Tagliamonte, R Torres-Cacoullos, N Dion, A Lapierre
Linguistic variation: Confronting fact and theory, 297-318, 2014
Future temporal reference in the bilingual repertoire of Anglo-Montrealers: A twin variable
H Blondeau, N Dion, ZZ Michel
International Journal of Bilingualism 18 (6), 674-692, 2014
L’effacement du que en français canadien: Une étude en temps réel
N Dion
MA mémoire, University of Ottawa, 2003
Variationist sociolinguistics and linguistic theory in the context of pronominal perseveration
RT Cacoullos, N Dion, A Lapierre
Linguistic Variation, 331-346, 2014
I’m like:‘I know, I do the same thing’”: Can minority speakers keep up with the Joneses
N Dion, S Poplack
NWAVE-34, New York University, 2005
Variability and future temporal reference: The French of Anglo-Montrealers
N Dion, H Blondeau
University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics 10 (2), 7, 2005
The French future in grammar, thought and speech
S Poplack, N Dion
33rd Conference on New Ways of Analyzing Variation, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 2004
How to mix: Confronting “mixed” NP models and bilinguals’ choices
R Torres Cacoullos, N Dion, D LaCasse, S Poplack
Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism 12 (5), 628-656, 2022
L’anglicisme syntaxique: produit inévitable du contact des langues?
S Poplack, N Dion, L Zentz
Circula, 78-105, 2019
Active retirees: The persistence of obsolescent features
G Van Herk, B Childs, RT Cacoullos, N Dion, A Lapierre
Linguistic variation: Confronting fact and theory, 191-207, 2015
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