Please use the following template in .docx format to typeset your article (the same template applies to both French and English). We ask authors to use this template in conjunction with the Generic Style Rules for Linguistics (http://www.canil.ca/joomla/images/pdf/GenericStyleRules-libre.pdf). Use the generic rules for any detail that is not specified in the template; otherwise, use the template as the base. For example, you should use a regular font for examples (not the italics, as suggested in the generic rules). If you write your paper in French, use French quotation marks (preceded and followed by a space) « … ». However, you should use single quotation marks (without spaces) for translations of numbered examples: ‘…’ (just like in English). Use italics for non-English or non-French examples inserted into the text (non-numbered examples).
The first draft of your manuscript, submitted for evaluation, must be anonymous (leave blank the name and the affiliation line, and avoid any self-identifying citations and references). It should only contain a title, an abstract (100-300 words) and about 5 key words. Submit an ID page as a separate file (this page should contain the title, your name, affiliation with address, e-mail and postal address).