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The Syntax of Icelandic
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1. Introduction 2. Word order and clause structure 3. Order of elements within the phrases 4. Case, agreement, grammatical relations and thematic roles 5. Passives, middles and unaccusatives 6. Expletive constructions and clauses structure 7. Fronting, focussing, extraposition and NP-shift. Expand
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Minimal Ideas: syntactic studies in the minimalist framework
1. Bibliographical Information 2. List of Contributors 3. Preface 4. Introduction (by Epstein, Samuel David) 5. The Minimal Links of Verb (Projection) Raising (by Dikken, Marcel den) 6. Shortest MoveExpand
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Developing a new perfect: the rise of the Icelandic vera búinn að-perfect
Abstract Icelandic is basically a “straight-have-perfect” language, where constructions with be + participle are virtually restricted to stative expressions like er farinn “is gone”. But since aroundExpand
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