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JUSTIFICATION OF THE TERM INDIRECT
INDIRECT QUESTIONS AND NOMINALS
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acceptable adverbs Alfred ambiguity Anna anomaly arguments assert assume assumption believe Bill Bill Phillips chapter Class 1 predicates cleft sentences Clyde shot complex predicate concealed questions constituent construction corresponding cows eat grass deep structure deviant difference discovered discussion disjuncts embedded with Class English Ethel prefers example exclusive disjunction fact free relative George George Wallace given guess illustrated inchoative transformation indefinite instance interrogative interrogative word intransitive Janet will sing Jespersen John doesn't know John knows John's belief Judy will dance Katz and Postal kind Lakoff lexical entry morpheme noun phrases object nominals occur occurrences of wh permit indirect questions phrase structure rules possible answers predicate compression pronoun proposal refer relative clauses relatives embedded restrictions seems semantic interpretation semantic readings sentences containing sentential sort statement subject-auxiliary inversion subordinate clause syntactic take indirect questions tell understood verb know wh's wonder word