`...an impressively wide - and relatively theory neutral - introduction to the field, whilst maintaining interest and clarity throughout. It is particularly strong in its use of cross-linguistic data from a wide variety of languages, which should appeal to those studying linguistics. Undergraduates will find it accessible and engaging, but there is also sufficient content to challenge more advanced students.' Bethan Davies, University of LeedsThe arm chair and the rocking chair also seem clear examples of the category, but somehow less obvious than the ... an ordinary chair of the sort we might refer to through expressions like a normal chair, an ordinary chair, a standard chair, anbsp;...
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