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by Xavier Villalba

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3838311787
Author:
Xavier Villalba
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing (September 18, 2009)
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Romance clitic left-dislocation (CLLD) is widespread across all kinds of non root contexts, however it is forbidden in non finite wh relatives. This article investigates the extent and nature of this restriction, and the consequences it raises for the truncation vs. intervention analysis of the left periphery of embedded sentences. We will investigate whether these notions are at best epiphenomenal (Longobardi 2014) and should be considered in the light of a fine-grained microparametric or even nanoparametric distinction.

This book is the most important attempt to integrate Clitic Right Dislocation into the highly restrictive syntax following from Richard Kaynes influential Linear Correspondence Axiom. Besides offering a fully-fledged analysis of Clitic Right Dislocation and Clitic Left Dislocation within the strict standards of Kaynes proposal, the book offers a detailed description of all kinds of left- and right-detachments in Catalan, which includes a thorough discussion of a variegated kind of data, which have only been partially described in the literature

The syntax and semantics of dislocations in Catalan. Cologne: Lambert Academic Publishing.

The syntax and semantics of dislocations in Catalan. Vizcaíno Ortega, . Estebas-Vilaplana, . Cabrera Abreu, . & Astruc, L. (2008) The phonological representation of edge tones in Spanish alternative questions.

In syntax, dislocation is a sentence structure in which a constituent, which could otherwise be either an argument or an adjunct of the clause, occurs outside the clause boundaries either to its left or to its right. In this English example They went to the store, Mary and Peter the dislocation occurs to the right. The dislocated element is often separated by a pause (comma in writing) from the rest of the sentence. Its place within the clause is often occupied by a pronoun (.

The Syntax-Prosody Interface: Catalan interrogative sentences. 0. Introduction The analysis of sentence types poses a challenge for any theory of the syntax/semantics interface. Negation and the Interpretation of Spanish Rhetorical Exclamatives. Object clitics in spanish and catalan. and the presencelabsence of the clitic is not relevant from the point of view of case assignment;. The mobilization of Catalan nationhood in the Spanish.

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The very forms of sentences and word-combinations may be neutral (ordinary, normal sentences) or expressive (any perceptible deviation from the normal and generally accepted structure of the sentence).

Studies on Old High German syntax. Left sentence periphery, verb placement and verb second. A detailed map of the left periphery of medieval Romance. Amsterdam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Georgetown: Georgetown University Press.

244+1 sentence examples: 1. These policies could cause severe economic and social dislocation. 2. Millions of refugees have suffered a total dislocation of their lives. 3. A doctor can reduce a fracture or dislocation. 4. The storm caused considerable dislocation of air traffic. The storm caused considerabl. 5. Snow has caused serious dislocation of/to train services. 6. The 1930s was a period of economic dislocation. 7. The strike will cause some dislocation of rail traffic. 8. At least he put up the dislocation as a hypothesis in a scientific paper.

Traditionally, the sentence was studied only syntagmatically, as a. .F. de Saussure stressed the fact that paradigmatics is quite natural for morphology, while syntax should be studied primarily as the linear connections of words.

Traditionally, the sentence was studied only syntagmatically, as a string of constituent parts fulfilling the corresponding syntactic functions. Still, some systemic relations between syntactic structures were traditionally described derivationally to reveal the functional semantics of the sentence.

This book is the most important attempt to integrate Clitic Right Dislocation into the highly restrictive syntax following from Richard Kayne's influential Linear Correspondence Axiom. Besides offering a fully-fledged analysis of Clitic Right Dislocation and Clitic Left Dislocation within the strict standards of Kayne's proposal, the book offers a detailed description of all kinds of left- and right-detachments in Catalan, which includes a thorough discussion of a variegated kind of data, which have only been partially described in the literature. Hence, this book will stand as a major reference for any future research on Romance dislocation constructions.