SENTENTIAL NEGATION, RELATIVISED MINIMALITY AND THE ASPECTUAL STATUS OF AUXILIARIES

@inproceedings{Ouhalla1990SENTENTIALNR,
  title={SENTENTIAL NEGATION, RELATIVISED MINIMALITY AND THE ASPECTUAL STATUS OF AUXILIARIES},
  author={J. Ouhalla},
  year={1990}
}
morpheme in much the same way that the English AGR paradigm is realised in terms of abstract elements. The fact that ne tends to be dropped in a sense puts Colloquial French in the group of languages where the negation element seems to have adverb-like properties. Extending the analysis adopted above for Colloquial French to these languages leads us to the conclusion that their negation elements are specifiers of a NEGP whose head is an abstract morpheme. Note that the assumption that the head… Expand
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