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  • Dz010r76c?file=thumbnail
    Article
    Zoerner, Ed
    English Pseudogapping constructions share some surface similarities with both Gapping and Verb Phrase Ellipsis (VPE). Levin (1978, 1979 [main text]) concludes, however, that Pseudogapping is transformationally unrelated to both Gapping and VPE. We arg . . .
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    Conference Proceeding
    Ishii, Toru
    This paper presents a prosodic movement analysis of "multiple scrambling" in Japanese. The organization of this paper is as follows. Section 2 argues that there are two kinds of scrambling, i.e. syntactic scrambling and prosodic scrambling. It is show . . .
  • 3r074w23z?file=thumbnail
    Conference Proceeding
    Agbayani, Brian
    A basic assumption in generative grammar is that all movement is syntactic. This paper proposes that hyperbaton in Classical Greek, Latin and Colloquial Russian involves post-syntactic movement of prosodic constituents to prosodic edges (for a full tr . . .
  • Qr46r238m?file=thumbnail
    Article
    Zoerner, Ed
  • 2v23vv93w?file=thumbnail
    Article
    Agbayani, Brian
    We show that Classical Greek HYPERBATON involves pervasive phonological movement. Hyperbaton moves prosodic constituents to prosodic positions, subject to prosodic boundaries and to prosodic conditions on well-formedness. Syntactic analyses of hyperba . . .
  • Hd76s1312?file=thumbnail
    Conference Proceeding
    Agbayani, Brian
  • 9019s377v?file=thumbnail
    Conference Proceeding
    Zoerner, Ed
  • Sn00b0056?file=thumbnail
    Article
    Golston, Chris
    We document a fronting process in Latin that is difficult to model as syntactic movement but fairly easy to model as phonological movement. Movement with similar properties has been observed elsewhere in Classical Greek, Russian, Irish and Japanese; w . . .