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    On the Progressive and the 'Imperfective Paradox'.Renaat Declerck - 1979 - Linguistics and Philosophy 3 (2):267 - 272.
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    Restrictivewhen-Clauses.Renaat Declerck - 1988 - Linguistics and Philosophy 11 (2):131 - 168.
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    Theonly/Alreadypuzzle: A Question of Perspective.Renaat Declerck - 1994 - Cognitive Linguistics 5 (4):307-350.
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    The Double System of Tense Forms Referring to Future Time in English.Ilse Depraetere & Renaat Declerck - 1995 - Journal of Semantics 12 (3):269-310.
    As is well known, some types of subclause in English differ from independent clauses in that they require a different tense form when the reference is to the future. We say I will be happy if the weather is nice tomorrow, but not*I am happy if the weather is nice tomorrow or *I will be happy if the weather will be nice tomorrow. As is clear from these examples, the two ways of referring to the future are subject to different (...)
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  5. The Manifold Interpretations of Generic Sentences.Renaat Declerck - 1986 - Lingua 68 (2-3):149--188.
     
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