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  Amador-Moreno, C. (2)
Anne O'Keeffe; and Carolina P. Amador-Moreno. The pragmatics of the be + after + V-ing construction in Irish English. Intercultural Pragmatics, 6(4). January 2009.
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Carolina P. Amador-Moreno; and Anne O’Keeffe. He’s After Getting Up a Load of Wind: A Corpus-Based Exploration of be + after + V-ing Constructions in Spoken and Written Corpora. In Diana Villanueva Romero; Carolina P. Amador-Moreno; and Manuel Sánchez García., editor(s), Voice and Discourse in the Irish Context, pages 47–73. Springer International Publishing, Cham, 2018.
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  Bismark, C. (1)
Christina Bismark. 'There's after being changes': Be after V-ing in Placentia Bay, Newfoundland. AAA: Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik, 33(1): 95–118. 2008.
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Sandra Clarke. The role of Irish English in the formation of New World Englishes. In Jeffrey Kallen., editor(s), Focus on Ireland, of Varieties of English Around the World, pages 207–225. John Benjamins, Amsterdam, 1997.
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Sandra Clarke. Newfoundland and Labrador English. of Dialects of EnglishEdinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, 2010.
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Sandra Clarke. Newfoundland English: Morphology and syntax. In Edgar W. Schneider; and Edgar W. Schneider., editor(s), Varieties of English: The Americas and the Caribbean, volume 2, pages 492–509. De Gruyter, Berlin, 2008.
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George Oliver Curme. Syntax. Volume 3 of Grammar of the English LanguageD.C. Heath and Company, Boston, 1931.
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  Dolan, T. (1)
Terence Patrick Dolan. A dictionary of Hiberno-English: the Irish use of English. Gill & Macmillan, Dublin, 2006. OCLC: 442878689
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  Filppula, M. (1)
Markku Filppula. The grammar of Irish English: language in Hibernian style. of Routledge/ESA studies in Germanic linguisticsRoutledge, London ; New York, 1999.
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David Greene. The Irish Language. The Three Candles, Ltd., Dublin, 1966.
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David Greene. Perfects and perfectives in modern Irish. Ériu, 30: 122–141. 1979.
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John Harris. The Grammar of Irish English. In James Milroy; and Milroy., editor(s), Real Englishes: The Grammar of English Dialects in the British Isles, pages 139–186. Longman Publishing, New York, 1993.
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P. L. Henry. An Anglo-Irish Dialect of North Roscommon. Aschmann & Scheller, Zurich, 1957.
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  Hickey, R. (2)
Raymond Hickey. Irish English: history and present-day forms. of Studies in English languageCambridge University Press, Cambridge ; New York, 2007. OCLC: ocn137221639
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Raymond Hickey. The South-East of Ireland: A Neglected Region in Dialect Study. , ed. by Kirk, John & Dónall Ó Baoill, 1-22. Belfast: Queen's University. In John Kirk; and Ó Baoill., editor(s), Language Links: The Languages of Scotland and Ireland, pages 1–22. Queen's University, Belfast, 2001.
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  Hume, A. (1)
Abraham Hume. Remarks on the Irish Dialect of the English Language. Thomas Brakell, Liverpool, 1878.
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  Kallen, J. (2)
Jeffrey Kallen. Tense and Aspect Categories in Irish English. English World-Wide, 10: 1–39. 1989.
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Jeffrey L. Kallen. Irish English. Volume 2: The Republic of Ireland. of Dialects of EnglishDe Gruyter Mouton, Boston ; Berlin, 2013.
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William Kirwin. The PLanting of Anglo-Irish in Newfoundland. In Sandra Clark., editor(s), Focus on Canada, pages 65–84. John Benjamins, Amsterdam & Philadelphia, 1993.
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  Kortmann, B. (1)
Bernd Kortmann; and Benedikt Szmrecsanyi. Global synopsis: Morphological and syntactic variation in English. In Bernd Kortmann; and Edgar W. Schneider., editor(s), A handbook of varieties of English: A multimedia reference tool, volume 2, pages 1142–1202. De Gruyter, Berlin, 2004.
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Marcos Rojas Martín. After the progress of after-perfect. Ph.D. Thesis, Universidad de Alcalá, September 2015.
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  McCafferty, K. (1)
Kevin McCafferty. Be After V-ing on the Past Grammaticalisation Path: How far is it after coming. In The Celtic Englishes, volume 4, pages 130–151. Universitätsverlag Potsdam, Potsdam, 2006.
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  Mingay, J. (1)
Jane Mingay. She's after changing. Newfoundland Quarterly, 102(1): 28–31. 2009.
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  Ní Mhurchú, A. (1)
Aoife Ní Mhurchú. What’s Left to Say About Irish English Progressives? “I’m Not Going Having Any Conversation with You”. Corpus Pragmatics, 2(3): 289–311. September 2018.
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  O'Keeffe, A. (1)
Anne O'Keeffe; and Carolina P. Amador-Moreno. The pragmatics of the be + after + V-ing construction in Irish English. Intercultural Pragmatics, 6(4). January 2009.
The pragmatics of the be + after + V-ing construction in Irish English [link]Paper   doi   link   bibtex  
  O'Sullivan, J. (1)
Joan O'Sullivan. Corpus linguistics and the analysis of sociolinguistic change: language variety and ideology in advertising. of Routledge applied corpus linguisticsRoutledge, London ; New York, NY, 2019.
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  O’Keeffe, A. (1)
Carolina P. Amador-Moreno; and Anne O’Keeffe. He’s After Getting Up a Load of Wind: A Corpus-Based Exploration of be + after + V-ing Constructions in Spoken and Written Corpora. In Diana Villanueva Romero; Carolina P. Amador-Moreno; and Manuel Sánchez García., editor(s), Voice and Discourse in the Irish Context, pages 47–73. Springer International Publishing, Cham, 2018.
He’s After Getting Up a Load of Wind: A Corpus-Based Exploration of be + after + V-ing Constructions in Spoken and Written Corpora [link]Paper   doi   link   bibtex   abstract  
  Ronan, P. (1)
Patricia Ronan. The After-perfect in Irish English. In Markku Filppula; Juhani Klemola; Marjatta Palander; and Esa Penttila., editor(s), Dialects Across Borders. Selected Papers from the 11th International Conference on Methods in Dialectology, pages 253–270, Amsterdam, 2005. John Benjamins
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  Sabban, A. (1)
Annette Sabban. Gähsch-englischer Sprachkontakt: Zur Variabilität des Englischen Gälischsprachigen Gebiet Schottlands. Heidelberg, Groos, 1982.
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  Szmrecsanyi, B. (1)
Bernd Kortmann; and Benedikt Szmrecsanyi. Global synopsis: Morphological and syntactic variation in English. In Bernd Kortmann; and Edgar W. Schneider., editor(s), A handbook of varieties of English: A multimedia reference tool, volume 2, pages 1142–1202. De Gruyter, Berlin, 2004.
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T. K. Pratt., editor. Dictionary of Prince Edward Island English. University of Totonto Press, Toronto ; Buffalo, 1988.
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