3 edition of Finiteness, case and clausal architecture found in the catalog.
Finiteness, case and clausal architecture
Written in English
|Statement||by Nigar Gülsat Aygen.|
|Series||MIT occasional papers in linguistics -- no. 23., MIT working papers in linguistics|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 288 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||288|
How is the (in)-dependence (or finiteness) of a clause identified in a language that has no tense, case, or agreement morphology, such as Chinese? This paper investigates the control verb construction and the generic sentential subject construction, bringing to light the special forms and interpretations of the subjects of the dependent clauses in the by: 8. Structural Focus, Structural Case, and the Notion of Feature-Assignment. In K. É. Kiss, ed., Discourse Configurational Languages, Oxford Studies in Comparative Syntax, New York/Oxford: Oxford University Press, From basic definitions and standard dimensions to proper materials, the facts this book offers will aid in ensuring the project is done right. General planning guides, design data, drawing methods, and help with mathematical formulas are also included for quick reference. show more. Understanding Security Building Blocks is your individual brieﬁng on the concepts and technologies of this new secure world. Gleaned from thousands of pages within the Juniper Networks TechLibrary, this book represents clear and lucid coverage on how the basic tenets of a secure network work together.
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I argue that finiteness is a purely syntactic property, licensing case on the subject and agreement on the verb. Semantic properties associated with finiteness follow from the position of Finite in the geometry of clausal interpretable features.
Considering possible counterexamples from Romance languages as well as West Flemish, modern Greek, and Turkish, I show that Romance personal and. In theoretical linguistics, she has worked extensively on the nature of finiteness, case, and agreement regarding clausal architecture in the world’s languages, as well as the structure of reduced relative clauses and embedded clauses, specificity, scrambling, the copula.
I strongly recommend this book to linguists working on subject-case licensing and finiteness as well as to those interested in historical syntactic change in finite/non-finite constructions.
REFERENCES Aygen, Gulsat. Finiteness, Case and Clausal Finiteness. Ph.D Dissertation. Harvard University. Cambridge. Chomsky, Noam. Phases. Architecture is a timely re-imagination of the profession and future of the architect.
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Her publications include dozens of journal Finiteness and many chapters in books on syntax, morphology, applied linguistics, and neurolinguistics, Finiteness translations of books, in addition to several books she authored: Finiteness, Case and Clausal Architecture (), Kurmanjî Kurdish (), Zazaki/Kirmancki Kurdish (), English Grammar: A.
In book: Phrasal and Clausal Architecture, pp rather than main verbs taking clausal complements. As a case study, four Japanese aspectual verbs are analyzed: those that express inception. The topic of finiteness is rarely broached in the closely related Indonesian-type languages, in which verbs have no morphological tense marking, nouns have no overt case marking, and there is only.
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But if architecture is to meet that task, it first. tween clausal (in)dependence or pragmatic notions, such as anchoring in discourse, and the (morphological or semantic) finite/non-finiteness distinc-tion. REFERENCES Klein, Wolfgang. Assertion and finiteness.
In Norbert Dittmar & Zvi Penner (eds.), Issues in the theory of language acquisition: Essays in honor of Jurgen Weissenborn, Abstract. In Mandarin Chinese, sentence-final aspect particles ne, le, and laizhe may occur in some types of embedded clauses, but not in other types, such as the complement of a control verb, a raising verb, lai ‘come’ and qu ‘go’, a non-epistemic modal, and the prepositional complementizer dui ‘to’.
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