Phrase-level parallelism effect on noun phrase number agreement

@inproceedings{PhraselevelPE,
  title={Phrase-level parallelism effect on noun phrase number agreement},
  author={}
}
    Linguistic parallelism (i.e., the tendency of similar forms to occur together within a stretch of discourse) has been shown to be very strong in many linguistic phenomena and in a vast number of languages. Examining the role of phrase-level parallelism on noun phrase number agreement, this article demonstrates that Puerto Rican Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese exhibit more similarities than differences with regard to this constraint. A detailed analysis of Brazilian Portuguese data is presented… CONTINUE READING