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Radically Truncated Clauses in Hungarian and Beyond: Evidence for the Fine Structure of the Minimal VP*

@inproceedings{levisz2018RadicallyTC,
  title={Radically Truncated Clauses in Hungarian and Beyond: Evidence for the Fine Structure of the Minimal VP*},
  author={szem{\'e}t le-visz and szoba rendbe-rak and f{\"u}rdőszoba el-pakol},
  year={2018}
}
  • szemét le-visz, szoba rendbe-rak, fürdőszoba el-pakol
  • Published 2018
It has proved difficult to determine the shape and headedness of the minimal VP, owing to the fact that much or even all of the material originating in it routinely moves out of it in the course of the derivation of a clause. In this paper, novel data from Hungarian will be offered to present a clause type radically pared down to the minimal VP, making it possible to observe the VP by itself. The syntax of such radically truncated clauses (RTCs) will show that the Hungarian VP is, in fact… Expand

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