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Monaghan, James. 1995. "Whole-text analysis in computerized spoken discourse", in Spoken English on Computer, ed. G. Leech, G. Myers, & Jenny Thomas, pp. 62-68. Longman.

Mondorf, Britta. 2004. Gender Differences in English Syntax. Niemeyer.

Mondorf, Britta. 2007. "Recalcitrant problems of comparative alternation and new insights emerging from internet data", in Corpus linguistics and the Web, ed. Marianne Hundt, Nadja Nesselhauf, & Carolin Biewer, pp. 211-32. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Mondorf, Britta. 2010. "Variation and Change in English Resultative Constructions". Language Variation and Change 22.3: 397-421.

Monroe, B. S. 1907. "French Words in Layamon". MP 4: 559-67.

Montgomery, C. 2007. "Northern English Dialects: A perceptual approach." PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Montgomery, Michael. 1989. "Choosing between THAT and IT". Language Change and Variation, ed. R. W. Fasold & D. Schiffrin, pp. 241-54. John Benjamins.

Montgomery, M. B. 1989. "Exploring the roots of Appalachian English". English World Wide 10: 227-78.

Montgomery, Michael. 1992. "The Anglicization of Scots in Seventeenth-Century Ulsters". Studies in Scottish Literature 26: 50-63.

Montgomery, Michael. 1992. "The Etymology of Y'all", in Old English and New: Studies in Language and Linguistics in Honor of Frederic G. Cassidy, ed. Joan H. Hall, pp. 356-69. New York: Garland.

Montgomery, Michael B. 1994. "The evolution of verbal concord in Scots", in Studies in Scots and Gaelic, ed. A. Fenton & d. A. MacDonald, pp. 81-95. Edinburgh: Canongate Academic Press.

Montgomery, M. 1995. An Introduction to Language and Society. Routledge.

Montgomery, Michael. 1997. “Making Transatlantic Connections between Varieties of English: The Case of Plural Verbal –s”. Journal of English Linguistics 25: 122-41.

Montgomery, Michael. 1989. "The standardization of English relative clauses", in Standardizing English: Essays in the History of Language Change in Honor of John Hurt Fisher, ed. Joseph B. Trahern, Jr., pp. 113-38. Knoxville: The University of Tennessee Press.

Montgomery, Michael. 2005. Ulster-Scots Language Yesterday and Today. Four Courts Press.

Montgomery, Michael. 2006. "Notes on the Development of Existential They". American Speech 81: 132-45.

Montgomery, Michael. 1995. "The Linguistic Value of Ulster Emigrant Letters". Ulster Folklife 41: 26-41.

Montgomery, Michael & Curtis Chapman. 1992. "The Place of Change in Appalachian English", in History of Englishes: New Methods and Interpretations in Historical Linguistics, ed. Matti Rissanen et al., pp. 624-39. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Montgomery, Michael, Janet M. Puller & Sharon DeMarse. 1993. "'The Black Men Has Wives and Sweet Harts [and Third Person Plural -s] jest like the White Men's: Evidence for Verbal -s from Wirtten Documents on Nineteenth Century African American Speech". Language Variation and Change 5: 335-57.

Montgomery, Thomas. 1978 "Iconism and Lexical Retention in Spanish: Stative and Dynamic Verbs". Language 54: 907-916.

Montgomery, Thomas. 1995 "A Latin Linguistic Icon Readapted in Proto-Romance and in Medieval Spanish". Hispanic Review 63, 2: 147-155.