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The flexible nature of verb movement
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This study offers a new theory of verb movement parametrization. Expand
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Syntactic doubling and the structure of wh-chains
This paper discusses cases of syntactic doubling in wh-dependencies attested in dialects of Dutch, where more than one member of the same chain is spelled out. We focus on cases of non-identicalExpand
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The Rich Agreement Hypothesis Rehabilitated
The generalization that V-to-I movement is conditioned by rich subject agreement on the finite verb (the Rich Agreement Hypothesis) has long been taken to indicate a tight connection between syntaxExpand
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How Do Turkish-Dutch Bilingual Children Interpret Pronouns and Reflexives in Dutch?
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This study compared the comprehension of Dutch reflexives (zichzelf 'SE-self') and pronouns (hem 'him') by Turkish-Dutch bilingual children (n=33) to Turkish-English bilingual children, documented by Marinis and Chondrogianni. Expand
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Microvariation in syntactic doubling
Syntactic doubling is the phenomenon in which a constituent, i.e., a morphosyntactic feature, morpheme, word or phrase, is expressed two or more times within a clause. Since such duplicates are oftenExpand
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Predication, verb movement and the distribution of expletives
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This paper argues that predication theory explains why not all languages have transitive expletive constructions. Expand
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Resurrecting the Rich Agreement Hypothesis: weak isn't strong enough
One of the most prominent hypotheses in comparative syntactic theory has been the correlation between richness of verbal inflection and overt verbal (V-to-I) movement (Kosmeijer 1986, RohrbacherExpand
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