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A Transformational Analysis of Maithili Sentences
Traces and Resumptive Pronouns in Maithili
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0-criterion A-chain A-position aaot accessible SUBJECT ahaa anaphor antecedent assigned nominative assume baat base-generated binding principle binding theory bound c-command Case-assignment Case-checking Case-marked categorial rules chaith Chapter Chomsky clausal complements cliticized coindexed COMP Complex NP D-structure dative direct object elements embedded subject Extraposition from NP F position fact Filter GB-framework Geeta ghar jaet ghar pathaulak govern the subject governing category grammar hamraa hari puchait chal infinitivals INFL janakpur John kitaab kinat lagait aich lexical categories lexical NP lexicon locally A-bound Maithili sentences Maithili-type languages Malayalam matrix clause matrix subject position matrix verb Mohan movement rules Non-local Topicalization/Focussing NP-trace optional postpositions pro-drop languages pronominal proposed R-expressions raam kitaab raising construction raising verb Ram will buy resumptive pronoun s-je shown stipulation Subjacency subject NP Subject-to Subject-to-Subject Raising syntactic T/F position tensed clause Topicalization and Focussing trace trace theory variables VP node word order X-bar theory Yadava