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COMPLEX FORMS AND SUBCATEGORIZATION 9
LEXICAL LEVELS AND THE INHERITANCE PRINCIPLE
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accompaniment reading activity is ongoing additional adjectives affixation rules allow ambiguous arguments ballerina base form base verb candybar category and meaning chef Chomsky complex and simple complex verbs consider correct responses derived form deverbal forms differ direct object discussion drummer without sticks eating with chopsticks examples Experiment fact head noun Inheritance Principle instrument of activity instrumental modifiers instrumental pictures instrumental reading interpretation intransitive verbs John lady eating language acquisition learner learning model lexical structures linguistic markedness Mary morpheme Morphological Inheritance Hypothesis morphological structures morphologically complex agent morphologically simple agents negative evidence noun phrase object deletion obligatory ongoing activity overgeneralization Phrases and Pictures possible prediction Prepositional object appears prepositional phrase Pretest problem proposed Reese's pieces restriction Rl rule semantic simple agent nouns skier subcategorization frames Table theory transitive or intransitive treat types ungrammatical Universal Grammar unmarked subcategorizations writer