Syntax and Semantics: Modern Icelandic Syntax

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Academic Press, 1990 - Foreign Language Study - 443 pages
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This comprehensive overview of Icelandic syntax contains new analyses of word order and long-distance reflexivization, detailed studies of case-marking, and the first systematic description of the -st middles. It presents a complete picture of modern Icelandic syntax as seen in the tradition of generative grammar, striking a good balance between theory and description.

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PARTI WORD ORDER
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Some Predictions Common to Holmbergs Analysis and Ours
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Some Empirical Differences between the Theories
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