By Erhard Hinrichs, Brian Joseph, Andreas Kathol, Carl Pollard, Tsuneko Nakazawa
Complex Predicates in Nonderivational Syntax collects contemporary examine in advanced predicates inside various languages, similar to German, Dutch, Italian, French, Korean, and Urdu. spotting that advanced predicates is without doubt one of the such a lot energetic learn components in nonderivational theories of grammar, participants concentrate on different elements of advanced predicate phenomena, together with order version, constituency family members, interactions with different development kinds, argument family, and the syntax–morphology interface. Their focus on problems with linguistically enough description open those articles to these attracted to syntax, semantics, morphology, computational linguistics, and common language processing. Key beneficial properties * Essays written through the prime researchers within the box, together with Ivan Sag * Makes the clearest and so much complex assertion so far approximately advanced predicates
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37 That toi is second person is shown by examples such as: Il ne se vend bien que vous qui avez toujours toutes les chances. ' 38 Koenig (1994:62ff), in discussing an earlier version of this analysis (Godard and Sag, 1995), argues that binding principles should play no role in the analysis of medio-passives. , principles of lexical well-formedness. We share Koenig's concern for processing autonomy, but binding principles must be constraints on words in HPSG, as words (more precisely their categories) are the only constructs that have ARG-ST lists.
B. Paul les fera [lire Proust]. ' The VP complementation structure also differs in freely allowing clitics to be realized on the downstairs verb heading the VP complement: (32) Paul les fera [le lire]. ' Composition in French CPs 19 On the other hand, cases which we will show below to be unambiguously instances of composition FAIRE, such as (29b,c), only allow upstairs realization of the clitics on the causative verb. 1. Composition Causatives and Upstairs Cliticization If the double complementation analysis is correct, as we believe it to be, it changes the way we should look at the cliticization facts in causative constructions.
1. Composition Causatives and Upstairs Cliticization If the double complementation analysis is correct, as we believe it to be, it changes the way we should look at the cliticization facts in causative constructions. One of our central claims is that composition causatives never allow downstairs cliticization of the sort shown in (32). From this perspective, so-called "clitic climbing" is not optional in French. Rather, there is an alternation between two different structures; and in each structure there is a determinate position for the realization of clitics.
Complex Predicates in Nonderivational Syntax, Volume 30 (Syntax and Semantics) by Erhard Hinrichs, Brian Joseph, Andreas Kathol, Carl Pollard, Tsuneko Nakazawa