By D'Alessandro, Roberta, D'alessandro Roberts
This publication brings jointly students who've been engaged on contract regulations in the generative framework. The articles variety from syntactic to morphological ways, investigating diverse domain names of contract regulations, akin to the individual Case Constraint, nominative gadgets, and Quirky Case regulations in a chain of ecu and Non-European languages, delivering new facts and novel analyses for either, new and recognized evidence. This ebook collects various and suitable reviews during this box and offers a normal review of the various theoretical methods fascinated with the morphological, syntactic and semantic homes of contract limit phenomena.
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For coherent infinitive constructions: 38 Elena Anagnostopoulou (54) a. weil es2 ihm3 keiner t3 [ t2 zu lesen] to read because it-ACC him-DAT no-one empfohlen hat recommended has ‘because no-one recommended him to read it’ keiner t3 [ t2 zu lesen] b. *weil ihm es2 to read because him-DAT it-ACC no-one empfohlen hat recommended has Here the dative argument is generated as an indirect object in the higher clause while the accusative is the object of the infinitival. The dative is clearly higher than the accusative, and still the relative order of the two in the Wackernagel position is ACC >DAT.
Whether or not this analysis is tenable awaits future research. Acknowledgements I would like to thank the editors, Gunnar Hrafn Hrafnbjargarson, Susann Fischer and Roberta D’Alessandro, for their patience and encouragement, Winfried Lechner, Norvin Richards and Susann Fischer for helpful discussion and comments, and my German and Dutch colleagues (mentioned in footnotes 7 and 11) for their great help with the data. Notes on the Person Case Constraint in Germanic 43 Notes 1. See Seuren (1976) for Italian and Spanish, and Wanner (1987) for Italian.
Agreement and clitic restrictions in Basque Karlos Arregi and Andrew Nevins 1. Introduction The -features of ergative, absolutive, and dative arguments interact in various ways in the clitic and agreement system of the Basque finite auxiliary. In this paper, we discuss the syntax and morphology of agreement realization in a detailed study of the Bizkaian variety of Zamudio. Our main objective is to argue that the proper treatment of Basque verbal morphology must take into account both syntactic and postsyntactic principles and operations.
Agreement Restrictions by D'Alessandro, Roberta, D'alessandro Roberts