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Subjects, Expletives, and the EPP (Oxford Studies in Comparative Syntax)

by Peter Svenonius

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
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verb movement and expletive subjects in the germanic languages Download verb movement and expletive subjects in the germanic languages or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get verb movement and expletive subjects in the germanic languages book now. This site is like a library, Use. Lash, Elliott, and Aaron Griffith, “Coordinate subjects, expletives, and the EPP in Early Irish”, Journal of Celtic Linguistics 19 (): 87– journal article Citation details.

Peter Svenonius (ed.), Subjects, expletives, and the EPP (Oxford Studies in Comparative Syntax). Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press, Pp. Vii + Reviewed by ANNA CARDINALETTI, University of Venice This book is a collection of seven papers presented on June 6 and 7, , at a conference in Troms0 bearing the same title as the. Parametric variation in linguistic theory refers to the systematic grammatical variation permitted by the human language faculty. Although still widely assumed, the parametric theory of variation has in recent years been subject to re-evaluation and by: 7.

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Subjects, Expletives, and the EPP (Oxford Studies in Comparative Syntax) by Peter Svenonius Download PDF EPUB FB2

Subjects, Expletives, and the EPP Peter Svenonius The literature on the three concepts named in the title of this book is vast.

In this introduction, I simply provide a sketch (in §) of the issues that set the scene for the papers in the volume. My discussion is judiciously larded at appropriate. The que/qui-alternation and the distribution of expletives / Knut Tarald Taraldsen --Icelandic expletive constructions and the distribution of subject types / Øystein Alexander Vangsnes --Expletives, subjects, and topics in Finnish / Anders Holmberg and Urpo Nikanne --The EPP in a topic-prominent language /.

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Cited by: Get this from a library. Subjects, expletives, and the EPP. [Peter Svenonius;] -- This collection of previously unpublished articles examines Noam Chomsky's Extended Projection Principle and its relationship to subjects and expletives (works like "it" that stand for other words).

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OpenURL. Abstract. The literature on the three concepts named in the title of this book is vast. In this introduction, I simply provide a sketch (in §) of the issues that set the scene for the papers in. The literature on the three concepts named in the title of this book is vast. In this introduction, I simply provide a sketch (in §) of the issues that set the scene for the papers in the volume.

My discussion is judiciously larded at appropriate points with brief references to those papers, and each paper is summarized in § In §, I discuss the papers in relation to each other. Subjects, Expletives, and the EPP (review) Subjects, Expletives, and the EPP (review) Panagiotidis, Phoevos.

BOOK NOTICES The book is a readable introduction and description of the problems WSD poses for computational linguistics, making a clear case for a hybrid approach that uses knowledge-based and corpus-based sources of information to identify the sense.

Subjects, Expletives, and the Epp by Peter Svenonius (Editor) About this title: This collection of previously unpublished articles examines Noam Chomsky's Extended Projection Principle and its relationship to subjects and expletives (words like "it" that stand for other words).

An expletive is a word or phrase inserted into a sentence that is not needed to express the basic meaning of the sentence. It is regarded as semantically null or a place holder.

Expletives are not insignificant or meaningless in all senses; they may be used to give emphasis or tone, to contribute to the meter in verse, or to indicate tense.

Pris: kr. E-bok, Laddas ned direkt. Köp Subjects, Expletives, and the EPP av Peter Svenonius på from book Objects and Other Subjects: Grammatical Functions, Functional Categories and Configurationality (pp) Subjects, Objects, and the EPP.

Chapter January Author: Howard Lasnik. Subjects, expletives, and the EPP [electronic resource] / edited by Peter Svenonius. Corporate Author: Ebook Central Academic Complete., ProQuest (Firm) Other authors: Svenonius, Peter. Format: eBook Online access: Connect to electronic book via Ebook Central.

I will review this evidence, concluding that it is decisive. Subject raises to [Spec, Agr s] and object to [Spec, Agr o], driven by an EPP requirement of Agr. Nonetheless, I will show that a residue of the original asymmetry remains, as overt `object shift' in English is, contrary to the situation with subjects, by:   Expletives, Subjects and Topics in Finnish (in Svenonius, Peter (ed.) Subjects, expletives, and the EPP, OUP, ) 1.

Introduction* Finnish exhibits an unusual combination of properties relating to ‘the subject’: (a) it is a null subject language, (b) it has obligatory expletives, (c) it is topic-prominent in the sense that the external.

The Introduction is an outstandingly clear and succinctly informative review on what subjects are (not): topics, nominative phrases and/or thematically prominent arguments. Similar praise must go to the rest of the Introduction, where expletives and EPP are briefly but solidly introduced.

languages with overt expletives. Specifically, we propose that the lan-guages under discussion satisfy the EPP via verb raising because they have verbal agreement morphology with the categorial status of a pronominal element. From this it follows that: (i) preverbal subjects are not in an A-position and (ii) VSO orders never involve a covert.

Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Peter Svenonius books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. 1 Subjects, Expletives, and the EPP. By Peter Svenonius. Abstract. The literature on the three concepts named in the title of this book is vast.

In this introduction, I simply provide a sketch (in §) of the issues that set the scene for the papers in the volume.

My discussion is judiciously larded at appropriate points with brief Author: Peter Svenonius.1. Introduction. Since Chomsky () proposed the Extended Projection Principle (henceforth, EPP), which requires that clauses have subjects, it has played significant roles in the development of phrase structure and in the consideration of triggering movement in the syntax of generative grammar.

One of the important questions regarding the characterization of the EPP is what kind of elements Cited by: 5.Subject in Book Titles. Supposing the Subject.

Subjects, Expletives, and the EPP. The Subject of Virtue: An Anthropology of Ethics and Freedom. The Subject of DocumentaryDiscipline: A Play. Useful Words. Cause - Get - Have - Induce - Make - Stimulate: آمادہ.