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JROORYCK@IUBACS ABSTRACT With respect to negative islands, it is argued that only believe type verbs allow negation to bind the head C° of their embedded CP (Neg-raising). Wh-elements moving to the higher [Spec, CP] through the embedded [Spec, CP] will pick up the negative value of C°. This results in an unacceptable structure where the Wh-element with the(More)
  • João Costa, Ana Arregui, Eric Balovic, Hans Bennis, Joost Dekkers, Jane Grimshaw +7 others
  • 2000
0. Introduction. In this paper, I will discuss some differences concerning word-order and discourse function across languages. The languages to be studied are Portuguese, English, Dutch and Icelandic. I will present some properties of the behavior of subjects and objects in these languages relating position of subjects and objects with their function in(More)
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