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Interface Effects : Serbian Clitics

@inproceedings{Diesing2011InterfaceE,
  title={Interface Effects : Serbian Clitics},
  author={M. Diesing and Draga Zec},
  year={2011}
}
As is well known, second position clitics in Serbian can be placed after the first word (1W) or after the first phrase (1P). It is less well known, however, that the acceptability of first word or first phrase placement depends on discourse, structural, and prosodic factors. In this paper we elucidate the interactions of these factors at the left edge relying on corpus, experimental and theoretical evidence. Previous approaches have relied on solely syntactic (e.g. Franks and Progovac 1994) or… Expand
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A Tale of 2( nd Position) Clitics
Introduction

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