Doubling and do -support in verbal fronting: Towards a typology of repair operations

@article{Hein2017DoublingAD,
  title={Doubling and do -support in verbal fronting: Towards a typology of repair operations},
  author={Johannes Hein},
  journal={Glossa},
  year={2017},
  volume={2},
  pages={67}
}
Most known languages seem to follow the intuitive and economical implication that if they show a repair such as verb doubling or do-support when just the verb is fronted, they also show that same repair when the verb is fronted together with its internal argument(s) (provided that the language has both types of fronting). In this paper, I present data from Asante Twi, where the verb is doubled in the former case but there is do-support in the latter instead. I argue that the attested patterns… Expand
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