Introduction to the theory of grammar
Introduction to the Theory of Grammar makes available to teachers and students of syntax a comprehensive critical review of the main results of present day grammatical theory and shows how they were achieved.
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0-Criterion 0-role assignment A-over-A Principle A-position anaphoric antecedent appears apply argument assume Bill saw binding theory boek bounding node c-command case-assigner case-marked chapter Chomsky clitic CNPC coindexed COMP consider Constraint constructions coreference D-Structure deletion derived direct object discussion domain embedded English example fact Filter formulation geloof dat Jan governing category heeft hypothesis infinitival INFL interpretation involved language lexical NP linguists Logical Form Mary meaning Move NP Move wh movement rule nominal notion noun NP VP NP-Movement NP-trace obligatory optional parasitic gap passive participle phenomena phonology phrase structure rules pied piping possible predicts preposition stranding pro-drop languages problem pronoun properties proposed quantifier question reflexive relation relative clause Ross's semantics sentence sentence grammar structural description structure preserving Subjacency Condition subject NP subject position Syntactic Structures syntax That-Trace tion trace transformations typology ungrammatical Universal Grammar variable verb W/i-Movement w/i-trace w/i-word waar X-theory