Long-Distance Agreement in Tsez : A Reappraisal

@inproceedings{Chandra2007LongDistanceAI,
  title={Long-Distance Agreement in Tsez : A Reappraisal},
  author={Pritha Chandra},
  year={2007}
}
This paper is a critique of Agree-based accounts of long-distance agreement in Tsez. It highlights the inconsistencies inherent in such analyses and suggests instead an alternative where agreement is accomplished in ‘local’ configurations brought forth by the structure-building operation Merge and Move/Remerge. Contra what has been proposed before, the paper suggests that the agreement triggering nominal has an uninterpretable structural Case feature checked as a reflex of phi-feature checking… CONTINUE READING

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