Multiple Case Sharing and Syntactic Structure

  title={Multiple Case Sharing and Syntactic Structure},
  author={Heejeong Ko},
  journal={Studies in generative grammar},
  • Heejeong Ko
  • Published 2009
  • Mathematics
  • Studies in generative grammar
In this paper, I propose that multiple Case marking in Korean is a result of Case sharing among verbal head, Tense head and maximal projections in-between. I first show that multiple Case marking in floating quantifier constructions and inalienable possession constructions is not a uniform phenomenon and must be treated separately in syntax. Specifically, I argue that floating quantifiers show obligatory Case sharing whereas inalienable possessor may show optional Case agreement in certain… Expand
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