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On a new (affixal) AUX in Polish

@inproceedings{Lavine2001OnAN,
  title={On a new (affixal) AUX in Polish},
  author={J. Lavine and Wellesley CollegeMIT},
  year={2001}
}
It is well known in the Polish descriptive literature that non-agreeing predicates in -no/-to are not passive; that is, they contain no voice-altering morphology. This can be demonstrated on the basis of the fact that the /-no/-to/ morpheme patterns with a fullfledged, syntactically-active external argument; it can be affixed to raising, unaccusative, and psych verbs (without violating a constraint on “vacuous dethematization” (Marantz 1984)); and structures with /-no/-to/ lack a passive przez… Expand

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