On the Ungrammaticality of Remnant Movement in the Derivation of Greenberg's Universal 20 *

@inproceedings{Steddy2009OnTU,
  title={On the Ungrammaticality of Remnant Movement in the Derivation of Greenberg's Universal 20 *},
  author={Sam Steddy},
  year={2009}
}
  • Sam Steddy
  • Published 2009
Cinque (2005) also argues for the universal base-generated structure in (2), where DemP, NumP, and AP, are generated in a universally fixed order to the left of N, each in the specifier of a functional projection selected by an agreement projection. For reasons of space, the phrasal projections DemP, NumP, AP, and NP are henceforth represented in our examples and structures as Dem, Num, A, and N. The landing positions in specAgrW, specAgrX, specAgrY are represented as ‘_’ when empty, and the… CONTINUE READING

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