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Nurmi, Arja. 1996. “Periphrastic do and be + ing: Interconnected developments?” Nevalainen, Terttu & Helena Raumolin-Brunberg (eds) Sociolinguistics and Language History. Studies Based on The Corpus of Early English Correspondence. (Language and Computers 15.) Amsterdam & Atlanta: Rodopi. 151–165.

Nurmi, Arja. 1998. “Periphrastic do and the language of social aspirers: Evidence from the Corpus of Early English Correspondence.” Renouf, Antoinette (ed.) Explorations in Corpus Linguistics. (Language and Computers: Studies in Practical Linguistics 23). Amsterdam & Atlanta: Rodopi. 159–167.

Nurmi, Arja. 1999. “Auxiliary do in fifteenth-century English: Dialectal variation and formulaic use.” Taavitsainen, Irma, Gunnel Melchers & Päivi Pahta (eds) Writing in Nonstandard English. (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 67). Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 225–242.

Nurmi, Arja. 2000. “The rise and fall of periphrastic do in Early Modern English, or ‘Howe the Scots will declare themselv’s’.” Bermúdez-Otero, Ricardo, David Denison, Richard M. Hogg & C. B. McCully (eds) Generative Theory and Corpus Studies: A Dialogue from 10 ICEHL. (Topics in English Linguistics 31). Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter. 373–394.

Nurmi, Arja. 2000. “The rise and regulation of periphrastic do in negative declarative sentences: A sociolinguistic study.” Kastovsky, Dieter & Arthur Mettinger (eds) The History of English in a Social Context. A Contribution to Historical Socio-linguistics. (Trends in Linguistics Studies and Monographs 129). Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter. 339–362.

Nurmi, Arja. 2003. “ Youe shall see I will conclude in it: Sociolinguistic variation of will/ would and shall/ should in the sixteenth century.” Hart, David (ed.) English Modality in Context. Diachronic Perspectives. (Linguistic Insights, Studies in Language and Communication 11). Bern: Peter Lang. 89–107.

Nurmi, Arja. 2003. “The role of gender in the use of must in Early Modern English.” Granger, Sylviane & Stepahnie Petch-Tyson (eds) Extending the Scope of Corpus-based Research: New Applications, New Challenges. (Language and Computers: Studies in Practical Linguistics). Amsterdam & Atlanta: Rodopi. 111–120.

Nurmi, Arja. 2009. "May: The Social History of an Auxiliary"", in Corpora: Pragmatics and Discourse: Papers from the 29th International Conference on English Language Research on Computerized Corpora, ed. Andreas H. Jucker et al., pp. 321-42. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Nurmi, Arja & Päivi Pahta. 2004. “Social stratification and patterns of code-switching in early English letters.” Multilingua 23: 417–456.

Nurmi, Arja & Minna Palander-Collin. 2008. "Letters as a text type: Interaction in writing." Dossena, Marina & Ingrid Tieken-Boon van Ostade (eds) Studies in Late Modern English Correspondence. Bern: Peter Lang. 21-49.