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Long-Distance Agreement And Topic In Tsez
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This paper presents and analyzes a unique pattern of long-distance agreement (LDA) in the Nakh-Daghestanian language Tsez, spoken in the Caucasus. Expand
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Richard returns: Copy Raising and its implications
1 Introduction In a series of CLS papers in the early 1970s (Rogers 1971, 1972, 1974a) Andy Rogers christened a transformation which he called Richard. The purpose of Richard was to derivationallyExpand
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Syntactic issues in the English imperative
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This dissertation investigates long-standing problems in the syntactic analysis of the English imperative. Expand
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Expanding the Scope of Control and Raising
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This paper presents unusual patterns in raising and control and offers a syntactic account which would validate such patterns. Expand
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A Syntax for Adverbs
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In his 1972 monograph Semantic Interpretation in Generative Grammar, Ray Jackendoff begins the chapter on adverbs saying, “the adverb is perhaps the least studied and most maligned part of speech, . . . maltreated beyond the call of duty”. Expand
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English Verbal Morphology and VP Ellipsis
1his paper investigates the influences of verbal morphology on the (im)possibility of VP ellipsis (VPE) in English. VPE is a well-known process in which a VP constituent is missing under some kind ofExpand
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Malagasy Backward Object Control
Backward control is an obligatory interpretational dependency between an overt controller and a nonovert controllee in which the controllee is structurally superior to the controller: <i>MegExpand
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More concealed pseudoclefts in Malagasy and the Clausal Typing Hypothesis
Cheng's Clausal Typing Hypothesis (Cheng, L., 1997. On the Typology of Wh-Questions. Garland, New York) predicts that no language should have constituent questions using both wh-in-situ andExpand
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