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Title :On the Distinction between Arguments and Adjuncts: Questions Posed by Variable Judgments on "Do So" Sentences and Related Issues
Authors :八木, 孝夫
Authors alternative :Yagi, Takao
Issue Date :29-Feb-2012
Abstract :A slightly expanded version, rewritten in English, of a paper read at the 29th Conference of the English Linguistic Society of Japan (Nov. 13, 2011, Niigata University). Examples of “do so” sentences that run afoul of the standard X-bar theoretic linking principle are presented and are analyzed, building on Yagi (2009), in terms of the interaction of strict subcategorization features and Jackendoff’s (1990) Adjunct Rules.
Type Local :雑誌論文
Publisher :日本英語学会
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/2309/133270
Citation :JELS no.29 p.183 -189
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