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Working Papers in Linguistics: Volume 53 (Summer 2000)

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  1. Front Matter (Volume 53, Summer 2000)


  2. Front Matter (Volume 53, Summer 2000)


  3. Turning Phonology Inside Out, or Testing the Relative Salience of Audio-Visual Cues for Place of Articulation

    Winters, Steve
    This material is based upon work supported under a National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship.

  4. Turning Phonology Inside Out, or Testing the Relative Salience of Audio-Visual Cues for Place of Articulation

    Winters, Steve
    This material is based upon work supported under a National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship.

  5. A Categorial Treatment of Bare-NP Adverbs

    Whitman, Neal

  6. A Categorial Treatment of Bare-NP Adverbs

    Whitman, Neal

  7. Word order, negation, and negative polarity in Hindi

    Vasishth, Shravan
    In Hindi certain word ordering possibilities that are grammatical in non-negative sentences become ungrammatical in the presence of sentential negation. In movement-based accounts of such negation-induced word order constraints, the restricted word order has been argued to provide evidence that negative polarity items (NPIs) in Hindi are licensed at LF and s-structure while in English NPI licensing occurs at s-structure. I argue for a non-movement-based, uniformly monostratal (s-structure) account for the word order facts in Hindi, cast in the multimodal categorial grammar framework. The NPI licensing issue is dealt with independently following Dowty's monotonicity marking analysis.

  8. Word order, negation, and negative polarity in Hindi

    Vasishth, Shravan
    In Hindi certain word ordering possibilities that are grammatical in non-negative sentences become ungrammatical in the presence of sentential negation. In movement-based accounts of such negation-induced word order constraints, the restricted word order has been argued to provide evidence that negative polarity items (NPIs) in Hindi are licensed at LF and s-structure while in English NPI licensing occurs at s-structure. I argue for a non-movement-based, uniformly monostratal (s-structure) account for the word order facts in Hindi, cast in the multimodal categorial grammar framework. The NPI licensing issue is dealt with independently following Dowty's monotonicity marking analysis.

  9. PIE feminine '3' and '4': A critique of Snyder (1970)

    Pappas, Panayiotis A.

  10. PIE feminine '3' and '4': A critique of Snyder (1970)

    Pappas, Panayiotis A.

  11. Deviations from the Greek in the Gothic New Testament

    Dawson, Hope

  12. Deviations from the Greek in the Gothic New Testament

    Dawson, Hope

  13. Positional Contrast and Labial-Velars

    Cahill, Michael

  14. Positional Contrast and Labial-Velars

    Cahill, Michael

  15. Tonal Associative Morphemes in Optimality Theory

    Cahill, Michael

  16. Tonal Associative Morphemes in Optimality Theory

    Cahill, Michael

  17. Prosodic Cues "and" Syntactic Disambiguation

    Blodgett, Allison R.
    This work was supported in part by a Summer Graduate Research Fellowship in Cognitive Science provided by the Center for Cognitive Science at The Ohio State University.

  18. Prosodic Cues "and" Syntactic Disambiguation

    Blodgett, Allison R.
    This work was supported in part by a Summer Graduate Research Fellowship in Cognitive Science provided by the Center for Cognitive Science at The Ohio State University.

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