Preposition stranding under sluicing: Evidence from Hijazi Arabic

@article{Alaowffi2021PrepositionSU,
  title={Preposition stranding under sluicing: Evidence from Hijazi Arabic},
  author={Nouf Alaowffi and Bader Alharbi},
  journal={Journal of Language and Linguistic Studies},
  year={2021}
}
Based on data from numerous languages, such as English, Frisian, and Danish, Merchant (2001) proposes the preposition stranding generalization (PSG), which states that only languages that allow preposition stranding under wh-movement also allow preposition stranding under sluicing. The availability of this generalization has been the subject of a number of studies. Two contrasting views have been identified in the literature. The first view confirms the availability of the PSG in a number of… 

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