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eBook Locality in WH Quantification: Questions and Relative Clauses in Hindi (Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy) epub
  • ISBN: 079234099X
  • Author: Veneeta Dayal
  • Genre: Reference
  • Subcategory: Foreign Language Study & Reference
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; 1996 edition (July 31, 1996)
  • Pages: 252 pages
  • ePUB size: 1306 kb
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The primary data for the claim of locality at LF is drawn from Hindi but English data is used in discussing the semantics of questions and relative clauses.

Locality in WH Quantification argues that Logical Form, the level that mediates between syntax and semantics, is derived from S-structure by strictly local movement. The primary data for the claim of locality at LF is drawn from Hindi but English data is used in discussing the semantics of questions and relative clauses. The book takes a cross-linguistic perspective showing how the Hindi and English facts can be brought to bear on the theory of universal grammar

Locality in Wh-Quantification : Questions and Relative Clauses in Hindi.

Locality in Wh-Quantification : Questions and Relative Clauses in Hindi. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780792354789.

Veneeta Dayal (born December 5, 1956) is an American linguist. She is currently the Dorothy R. Diebold Professor of Linguistics at Yale University, and formerly of Rutgers University, where she served as Department chair from 2005-2008 and Acting Dean of Humanities in the School of Arts and Sciences from 2008-2009

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Locality in wh quantification. 2 Locality in Scope Marking In Chapter III I consider the strategy used in Hindi for questioning out of finite complements. 10) illustrates what is known in the literature as the scope marking structure (van Riemsdijk 1983): (l0). jaun kyaa soctaa hai John what think-PR that Mary who-INS talk do-F "Who does John think Mary will talk to?"

Locality in WH Quantification: Questions and Relative Clauses in Hindi. Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy, 6. Dordrecht: Kluwer. 40450, address {Dordrecht}, author {Dayal, Veneeta}, pages {xii+249}, publisher {Kluwer}, series {Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy}, title {Locality in WH Quantification: Questions and Relative Clauses in Hindi}, volume {62}, year {1996}, class loc {PK1933}, document type {B}, inlg {English.

Locality in WH Quantification Veneeta Dayal Springer 9780792340997 : Locality in. .

Locality in WH Quantification Veneeta Dayal Springer 9780792340997 : Locality in WH Quantification argues that Logical Form, the level that mediates between syntax and semantics, is derived . 1996 Серия: Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy Язык: ENG Размер: 2. 9 x 1. 0 x . 0 cm Основная тема: Linguistics Подзаголовок: Questions and Relative Clauses in Hindi Рейтинг: Поставляется из: Германии Описание: Locality in WH Quantification argues that Logical Form, the level that mediates between syntax and semantics, is derived from S-structure by local movement.

Dayal, Veneeta (1996). Wh-phrases in Korean and Japanese are QPs. In The proceedings of the Student Conference in Linguistics (MITWPL 11). Cambridge, MA: MIT Working Papers in Linguistics. Dayal, Veneeta (1994). Legendre, Géraldine, Colin Wilson, Paul Smolensky, Kristin Homer, and William Raymond (1995). Optimality and wh-extraction. In J. Beckman, L. Walsh Dickey, and S. Urbanczyk (ed., Papers in optimality theory. UMOP 18. Amherst, MA: Graduate Linguistic Student Association. Müller, Gereon (1996).

Locality in WH Quantification argues that Logical Form, the level that mediates between syntax and semantics, is derived from S-structure by local movement. The primary data for the claim of locality at LF is drawn from Hindi but English data is used in discussing the semantics of questions and relative clauses. The book takes a cross-linguistic perspective showing how the Hindi and English facts can be brought to bear on the theory of universal grammar. There are several phenomena generally thought to involve long-distance dependencies at LF, such as scope marking, long-distance list answers and correlatives. In this book they are handled by explicating novel types of local relationships that interrogative and relative clauses can enter. A more articulated semantics is shown leading to a simpler syntax. Among other issues addressed is the switch from uniqueness/maximality effects in single wh constructions to list readings in multiple wh constructions. These effects are captured by adapting the treatment of wh expressions as quantifying over functions to the cases of multiple wh questions and correlatives. List readings due to functional dependencies are systematically distinguished from those that are based on plurality.
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