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Danish in Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar - German ...

Danish in Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar - German ...

Danish in Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar - German

Danish in Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar Stefan Müller and Bjarne Ørsnes DRAFT of October , , : DRAFT of October , , :

  • Page 3 and 4: Preface e aim of this book is twofo
  • Page 5 and 6: Pullum ; Kuhns (: p. ); Crocker & L
  • Page 7 and 8: contribute to this discussion. Dra
  • Page 9 and 10: • do-support • Preposed negatio
  • Page 11 and 12: orn, Line Mikkelsen, Sanni Nimb, Pa
  • Page 13 and 14: Contents A Brief Introduction to H
  • Page 15 and 16: Contents .. Constraints on Specific
  • Page 17 and 18: Contents .. e Syntax of preposed ne
  • Page 19 and 20: A Brief Introduction to Head-Driven
  • Page 21 and 22: . Formal Foundations is brief sketc
  • Page 23 and 24: . Valence and Constituent Order . V
  • Page 25 and 26: . Valence and Constituent Order Sem
  • Page 27 and 28: . Valence and Constituent Order . V
  • Page 29 and 30: . Semantics ⎡ | ⎡ ⎢⎣ ⎡
  • Page 31 and 32: . Semantics h h:every(x, h, h) h:so
  • Page 33 and 34: . Semantics () ⎡ ⎤ || 1 2 ⊕
  • Page 35 and 36: . Lexical Rules structured and lexi
  • Page 37: . Generalizations an inheritance hi
  • Page 40 and 41: A topological model of the Danish c
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    A topological model of the Danish c

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    A topological model of the Danish c

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    A topological model of the Danish c

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    A topological model of the Danish c

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    A topological model of the Danish c

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    A topological model of the Danish c

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    A topological model of the Danish c

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi () a. H

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi () a. o

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi ... Shi

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi An unst

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi ... Lon

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi As disc

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi () ?* H

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi .... Ob

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi Neg-shi

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi d. Men

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi (a,c) a

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi If nega

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi S NP S/

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi mulate

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi b. Jens

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi hence e

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi [ ] 1

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi ⎡ ⎢

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi CP C[

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi specifi

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi and so

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi () ford

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi ere are

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi In a Ka

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi the sub

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi CP[ ⟨

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi S[ ⟨

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    Object Shi and Negation Shi in () s

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    Copula Constructions . e Phenomenon

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    . e Phenomenon die dunklen Künste

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    . e Phenomenon .. Constraints on Sp

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    . e Phenomenon .. Raising e predica

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    . e Phenomenon the predicate comple

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    . e Analysis Returning to the lexic

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    . e Analysis V . s [ ⟨ ⟩, .

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    . e Analysis is leads to incompatib

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    . e Analysis NPs like () can be exc

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    . e Analysis () a. weil er auf sein

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    . e Analysis .. Raising and Complex

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    . e Analysis ⟨ , , ⟩ and ⟨ ,

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    . e Analysis () [ ⟨ [ + ] ⟩

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    . e Analysis () [ ⟨ [ 1 ], [

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    . Alternatives () [ ⟨ ⟩] [ |||

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    . Alternatives are treated as raisi

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    . Alternatives However, traditional

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    . Alternatives e same is true for g

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    . Open Issues for resultative predi

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    Passive e passive constructions tha

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    Passive ... Unaccusativity Intransi

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    Passive due to the fact that the ex

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    Passive reflexive verb has an anima

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    Passive b: p. ) where subject contr

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    Passive is always indefinite and th

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    Passive .. e Personal Passive e per

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    Passive of this analysis for Danish

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    Passive () a. Jeg så drengene løb

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    Passive On the other hand blive (

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    Passive b. Det sjee medlem vælges

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    Passive In example () the analytica

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    Passive auxiliary få (‘to get’

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    Passive () Den månedlige udgi til

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    Passive External Possessor Raising

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    Passive c. Hun fik ernet sin næses

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    Passive () a. Lægen kiggede i [han

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    Passive bevilge (‘to grant’), i

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    Passive If Passive-get in () did no

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    Passive b. active past participles

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    Passive .. Passive as Designated Ar

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    Passive . V[ .⟨⟩, ⟨⟩ ] 1 N

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    Passive () Lexical rule for the mor

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    Passive () Designated argument redu

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    Passive It is interesting to note t

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    Passive semantic contribution ( 3 )

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    Passive . S. 1 NP[nom] . . VP. V[

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    Passive . S[ . ⟨ ⟩] NP 1 [acc]

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    Passive () a. hjælpe: ⟨ NP[str]

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    Passive deblocks it. So, in additio

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    Passive () a. e book should have be

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    Passive ⎡ ⎤ passive ⟨ ⟩ N

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    A List of Phrases Covered/Rejected

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    () () () () hans barn hos child.NEU

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    () * Læse bogen read book.DEF fors

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    () () () () Huset er stort. house.D

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    Passive () () () () () () () () ()

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    Weather Verb + Perfect () Der har r

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    () () () Der forsøges arbejdet. EX

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    () () () () () () at Bjarne arbejde

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    () () () () () () () () () () () ()

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    () () * Læse har read have jeg ikk

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    () () () () () () () () () () () ()

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    Neg shi + V fronting () () () () *

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    Bibliography Abbo, Barbara. . A pra

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    Bibliography Bender, Emily M., Step

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    Bibliography Brandtler, Johan. . On

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    Bibliography Citko, Barbara. . On h

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    Bibliography Duden. . Grammatik der

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    Bibliography Faarlund, J.T., S. Lie

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    Bibliography Ginzburg, Jonathan & I

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    Bibliography Hauser, Marc D., Noam

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    Bibliography Houser, Michael J., Li

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    Bibliography Kaiaty, Mohamed. . Üb

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    Bibliography Kiss, Tibor. . Infinit

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    Bibliography Levin, Beth & Malka Ra

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    Bibliography Meurers, Walt Detmar.

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    Bibliography Müller, Stefan. b. Ye

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    Bibliography Müller, Stefan. b. Pe

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    Bibliography Nimb, Sanni. . Danske

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    Bibliography Pollard, Carl J. . Tow

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    Bibliography Reis, Marga. . Zum syn

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    Bibliography Schlücker, Barbara. .

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    Bibliography eilgaard, Lisa. . Præ

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    Bibliography Woolford, Ellen. . Cas

  • Page 294 and 295:

    Index of Names Dahl, Östen, Dalry

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    Index of Names Levin, Beth, , Levi

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    Index of Names Veenstra, Meina Jola

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    Index of Subjects ⃝, ∗ , *, x

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