ABOUT THIS BOOK
A series that aims to define Dutch grammar comprehensively, Syntax of Dutch synthesizes forty years of linguistic scholarship. Concerned primarily with description, this series is written in a direct and lucid style that renders each volume accessible to advanced students and scholars alike. Topics covered in this third volume include complementation and modification of adjective phrases; comparative and superlative formation; and the attributive, predicative, and adverbial uses of adjective phrases.
All together, the series will include seven volumes to be published between 2012 and 2016, each an essential addition to the library of any linguist working with Dutch.