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The Role of Inflectional Change in Syntactic Change in Mainland
inflectional and syntactic change
Case Deflection and the Decline of ComplementVerb Word Order in
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15th century adverbials assume Bergen Bobaljik and Thrainsson Chapter cliticization Consider the following corpus decline definite NPs deflection diachronic dialect discussed Early Modern Danish embedded clauses embedded-clause word order exhibit Falk Faroese finite verb frequency of preverbal German grammatical competition head-final head-initial Holmberg and Platzack Hroarsdottir hypothesis indicate inflectional paradigm Kroch language contact leftward movement Lightfoot linguistic m-case Mainland Scandinavian languages Middle Danish Middle Norwegian MNw period Moder n Swedish Modern Icelandic morphological Nidaros nominal non-finite verb non-pronominal objects NP-objects object movement Object Shift Old Swedish optional Oslo overt parameter setting particles phonological Pintzuk preverbal position pronominal objects pronouns proposed provide evidence scrambling Section semantic sentences sentential adverbs Skien speakers Split-IP Stavanger structure Stylistic Fronting subjects syntactic change syntax trigger Tunsberg types of complements underlying variation verb movement verb raising verbal inflection Vikner word order pattern word-order patterns written language XV word order