Children’s Scope Assignment

  • Öner Özçelik
  • Published 2009

Abstract

In English (and in many other languages), a sentence such as (1) is ambiguous: It could have two different interpretations: On one interpretation, it could be paraphrased as It is not the case that Donald found two guys. (e.g. Donald found no guys, one guy, three guys, etc.). On another interpretation, it could be paraphrased as There are two guys that… (More)

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