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Working Papers in Linguistics: Volume 42 (September 1993)

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  1. Front Matter (Volume 42, September 1993)


  2. Front Matter (Volume 42, September 1993)


  3. A Bibliography of Books, Theses, Articles, and Technical Reports in or on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar


  4. A Bibliography of Books, Theses, Articles, and Technical Reports in or on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar


  5. Different Semantics for Different Syntax: Relative Clauses in Korean

    Yoon, Jae-Hak

  6. Different Semantics for Different Syntax: Relative Clauses in Korean

    Yoon, Jae-Hak

  7. Subcategorization and Case Marking in Korean

    Yoo, Eun Jung

  8. Subcategorization and Case Marking in Korean

    Yoo, Eun Jung

  9. Revisiting the Genitive Relative Construction in Korean: Real GRC?

    Lee, Ki-Suk

  10. Revisiting the Genitive Relative Construction in Korean: Real GRC?

    Lee, Ki-Suk

  11. Linearization and Coordination in German

    Kathol, Andreas
    This paper attempts a novel approach to certain coordination constructions in German and other Germanic languages. It will be shown that virtually all previous attempts at describing such constructions involve asymmetric conjuncts, in violation of the general like category constraint on coordination. While independent evidence for the kinds of mechanisms that license such asymmetry is weak, these analyses in addition are incapable of reflecting the close relationship of the constructions in question with another type of coordination. Since the reason for the asymmetry is essentially the insistence on phrase structure as the sole means of describing syntactic structure (i.e. by...

  12. Linearization and Coordination in German

    Kathol, Andreas
    This paper attempts a novel approach to certain coordination constructions in German and other Germanic languages. It will be shown that virtually all previous attempts at describing such constructions involve asymmetric conjuncts, in violation of the general like category constraint on coordination. While independent evidence for the kinds of mechanisms that license such asymmetry is weak, these analyses in addition are incapable of reflecting the close relationship of the constructions in question with another type of coordination. Since the reason for the asymmetry is essentially the insistence on phrase structure as the sole means of describing syntactic structure (i.e. by...

  13. Chinese NP Structure

    Gao, Qian

  14. Chinese NP Structure

    Gao, Qian

  15. A Lexical Approach to Inalienable Possession Constructions in Korean

    Chung, Chan

  16. A Lexical Approach to Inalienable Possession Constructions in Korean

    Chung, Chan

  17. Toward a Linearization-Based Approach to Word Order Variation in Japanese

    Calcagno, Mike
    Japanese is a strongly head final language, but the order of nonhead elements in a given sentence is relatively free, as the examples in (1) illustrate. (1) a. Hanako-ga kono hon-o yonda (koto) Hanako-NOM this book-ACC read (matter) '(That) Hanako read this book.' b. kono hon o Hanako ga yonda (koto) In this paper, I provide a general characterization of word order variation of this type in terms of a linearization model (Dowty, in press; Reape, in press; Pollard, Kasper and Levine, 1992), which allows for the treatment of discontinuous constituency and semi-free word order without appealing to movement transformations...

  18. Toward a Linearization-Based Approach to Word Order Variation in Japanese

    Calcagno, Mike
    Japanese is a strongly head final language, but the order of nonhead elements in a given sentence is relatively free, as the examples in (1) illustrate. (1) a. Hanako-ga kono hon-o yonda (koto) Hanako-NOM this book-ACC read (matter) '(That) Hanako read this book.' b. kono hon o Hanako ga yonda (koto) In this paper, I provide a general characterization of word order variation of this type in terms of a linearization model (Dowty, in press; Reape, in press; Pollard, Kasper and Levine, 1992), which allows for the treatment of discontinuous constituency and semi-free word order without appealing to movement transformations...

  19. Null Objects in Mandarin Chinese

    Block, Christie

  20. Null Objects in Mandarin Chinese

    Block, Christie

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