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    Title: Notes on the Determiner Ge and Related Problems
    Authors: Lin, T.-H. Jonah
    Date: 2005-07
    Publisher: Graduate Institute of Linguistics, National Tsing Hua University
    Relation: UST Working Papers in Linguistics, Graduate Institute of Linguistics, National Tsing Hua University, Volume 1, Pages 267-294
    Abstract: This work presents some reflections on the determiner ge ‘each, numerous’ in Mandarin Chinese, focusing on its quantificational properties and related questions. T.-H. Lin (1998, 2004) examines the syntactic and semantic properties of ge; also see Kung 1993 and Soh 1998). But these works only discuss the adverbial use of ge, not its determiner use.
    Relation Link: http://ling.nthu.edu.tw/USTWPL/vol1/vol1.htm
    http://ling.nthu.edu.tw/NTHU_Linguistics/
    URI: http://ling.nthu.edu.tw/USTWPL/vol1/11_Notes%20on%20the%20Determiner%20Ge%20and%20Related%20Problems_Lin,%20T.-H.%20Jonah.pdf
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