J.-R. Hayashishita

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English comparative sentences fall into two kinds: phrasal and clausal comparatives. Phrasal comparatives involve a single DP in the accusative case as the complement of than, while clausal comparatives involve a structure as big as a full clause. (1) a. John is smarter than her. Phrasal comparative b. John is smarter than she is (smart). Clausal(More)
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