Headed relative clauses in generative syntax – Part I By

@inproceedings{Bianchi2002HeadedRC,
  title={Headed relative clauses in generative syntax – Part I By},
  author={Valentina Bianchi},
  year={2002}
}
3. The modification problem In the first part of this State-of-the-Article I discussed the connectivity problem, namely, the syntactic relation between the relative ‘‘head’’ and the relativization site. The second general issue that I will be discussing here is the way in which the whole relative clause is syntactically related to the modified ‘‘head’’. As a preliminary, it is necessary to determine the syntactic category of the relative clause itself. Most generative approaches assume that… CONTINUE READING

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