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    Ronnie Cann (1993). Formal Semantics: An Introduction. Cambridge University Press.
    This accessible introduction to formal, and especially Montague, semantics within a linguistic framework, presupposes no previous background in logic, but takes students step-by-step from simple predicate/argument structures and their interpretation to Montague's intentional logic.
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    Daniel Wedgwood, Gergely Petho & Ronnie Cann (forthcoming). Hungarian 'Focus Position'and English It-Clefts: The Semantic Underspecification of 'Focus' Readings. Journal of Semantics.
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    Ruth Kempson & Ronnie Cann, Dynamic Syntax and Dialogue Modelling: Preliminaries for a Dialogue-Driven Account of Syntactic Change.
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  4. Ruth Kempson, Ronnie Cann & Matthew Purver, Talking and Listening: Dialogue and the Grammar-Pragmatics Interface.
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  5. Ruth Kempson, Ronnie Cann & Masayuki Otsuka, On Left and Right Dislocation: A Dynamic Perspective.
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    Ruth Kempson, Eleni Gregoromichelaki & Ronnie Cann (2012). Context and Compositionality: The Challenge of Conversational Dialogue. In Piotr Stalmaszcyzk (ed.), Philosophical and Formal Approaches to Linguistic Analysis. Ontos Verlag 215.
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  7. Ruth Kempson, Ronnie Cann, Lutz Marten, Masayuki Otsuka & David Swinburne, On What Goes Left and What Goes Right.
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  8. Ruth Kempson, Ronnie Cann & Jieun Kiaer, Topic, Focus and the Structural Dynamics of Language.
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  9. Ronnie Cann, Ruth Kempson & Eleni Gregoromichelaki (2009). Semantics: An Introduction to Meaning in Language. Cambridge University Press.
    The study of meaning in language has developed dramatically over the last fifty years. Semantics is distinctive as it not only presents a general introduction to the topic, including the most recent developments, but it also provides a unique perspective for addressing current issues. It opens by introducing readers to the study of logic as the background against which developments have taken place. This demonstrates the link between semantics and the study of reasoning and how this view can provide new (...)
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  10. Ronnie Cann (2011). Sense Relations. In Claudia Maienborn, Klaus von Heusinger & Paul Portner (eds.), Semantics: An International Handbook of Natural Language Meaning. De Gruyter Mouton 1--456.
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