The Morphosyntactic Interface of Determiner Phrases

@inproceedings{Klassen2013TheMI,
  title={The Morphosyntactic Interface of Determiner Phrases},
  author={Gabrielle Klassen and John W Schwieter},
  year={2013}
}
The functional category of determiners has undergone a number of representational changes in the last half century. Beginning with Abney in 1987 and as early as work by Brame (1981, 1982) and Postal (1966), linguists began to adapt the notion that determiners were a type of functional category with phrasal structure, and not specifiers of noun phrases. The flexibility allotted to this category to hold a significant role in syntactic structure has led to theories of feature and feature strength… CONTINUE READING

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