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Doubling in relative clauses : Aspects of morphosyntactic microvariation in Dutch
This thesis presents a study of morphosyntactic microvariation in (long-distance) restrictive relative clauses and related constructions in Dutch. It shows that a proper understanding of the attestedExpand
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On som in Scandinavian long-distance A-bar dependencies
This paper investigates previously undiscussed data regarding the distribution of subordinating elements in the left periphery of (long-distance) argument A-bar dependencies in Scandinavian,Expand
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Doubling in Dutch restrictive relative clauses: rethinking the Head External Analysis
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In colloquial Dutch the higher and the lower clause of long-distance relative clauses (RCs) can both be introduced by a relative pronoun. Expand
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Some notes on word order and interpretation in Dutch and Finnish
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We show that in both Dutch and Finnish movement of the direct object from its base-position to a noncanonical position in the middle field is related to discourse anaphoricity . Expand
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Non-identical pronoun doubling as rescue by PF spell out
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This paper proposes a novel account of non-identical pronoun doubling in Dutch longdistance A-bar dependencies ‐ specifically wh-questions and restrictive relative clauses . Expand
European Dialect Syntax
Long-distance relativization in varieties of Dutch
Dutch dialects show a wealth of variation regarding long-distance relative clauses (cf. the Syntactic Atlas of the Dutch Dialects (SAND; Barbiers et al. 2005,2006)). With respect to the StandardExpand
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