John M. Anderson: Preliminaries to a history of sentential subjects in English
Fran Colman: Old English : That is (,) an orthographic problem (Noch Einmal)
Christiane Dalton-Puffer: On the histories of de-verbal adjectives in Middle English
Hiroshi Fujiwara: Carwash and rent-a-car: A typological investigation
Marfred Görlach: Usage in the Usage dictionary of Anglicism in selected European languages
Dieter Kastovsky: Sign-oriented vs. form-oriented linguistics and word-formation
Ans van Kemenade: Negative-initial sentences in Old and Middle English
Peter R. Kitson: Worth(y)
Marcin Krygier: Theory recycling: Tha case of i-umlaut
Robert Lew: Towards a taxonomy of linguistic jokes
Ray Mesthrie: Lexicography from below
Rafał Molencki: Albeit a conjunction, yet it is a clause: A counter-example to unidirectionality hypothesis?
Ruta Nagucka: Glossal translation in the Lindisfarne Gospel according to Saint Matthew
Terttu Nevalainen: Recycling inversion: The case of initial adverbs and negators in Early Modern English
Edith H. Raidt: A case of David and Goliath: The changing position of Afrikaans vis-á-vis eleven official languages
Helena Raumolin-Brunberg: Reciprocal pronouns: From discontinuity to unity
Matti Rissanen: In search of happiness: Felicitas and beatitudo in early English Boethius translations
Nikolaus Ritt: Now you see it, now you don’t: Middle English lengthening in closed syllables
John Scahill: Something old, something new: English orthography in the thirteenth-century South-West Midlands
Robert Stockwell – Donka Minkova: On drifts and shifts
Wolfgang Viereck: The areal analysis of dialectal features: The gravity centre method as applied to SED morphosyntactic data
Laura Wright: Sex differences in historical syntax: Early Modern English testimonies in the MS minutes of the Court of Governors of the Royal Hospitals of Bridewell and Bethlem 1559-1599. A pilot study