An Introduction to Syntactic Analysis and Theory by H. Koopman, D. Sportiche, E. Stabler

By H. Koopman, D. Sportiche, E. Stabler

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This girl in the red coat will put a picture of Bill on your desk before tomorrow d. This girl on your desk will put a picture of Bill in the red coat before tomorrow We could conclude by transitivity that: on your desk, there, in the red coat belong to the same category (called PP). We can accordingly replace the label Z in our tree on page 48 by PP. Similarly, we have substitutions and swapping to indicate that Bill and your desk are of the same category, which we have called DP: (8) your desk Bill a.

For example, perhaps the meaning of the verb is more complex, seems to seems to include that of the noun but not vice versa. Thus, the noun concept may be more primitive that the verb concept (for example, the buttering literally means spreading butter; while butter need not be defined in terms of buttering: the object butter can exist without there being any buttering but the converse is not possible). The same apply to the verb adjective pairs: to wet is to make wet. Another reason is that the verbs would be roots and some of them should sometimes allow the affixation of root taking affixes, contrary to what we just saw.

This girl will put a picture of Bill on your desk before Monday because it is important What goes wrong here is that we have not replaced tomorrow with a word that plays the same kind of role in the sentence tomorrow does. Tomorrow and the day after tomorrow both designate a particular day. 4. EXERCISES 53 Monday because it is important does not designate a particular day. The meaning of the sentence has been much more radically altered and it now means: This girl will put a picture of Bill on your desk before tomorrow, and she will do so because it is important that she does so.

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