The Fine Structure of the Left Periphery

@inproceedings{Rizzi1997TheFS,
  title={The Fine Structure of the Left Periphery},
  author={L. Rizzi},
  year={1997}
}
Under current assumptions, the structural representation of a clause consists of three kinds of structural layers, each layer an instantiation of the X-bar schema: 1. The lexical layer, headed by the verb, the structural layer in which theta assignment takes place. 2. The inflectional layer, headed by functional heads corresponding to concrete or abstract morphological specifications on the verb, and responsible for the licensing of argumental features such as case and… Expand
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