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165B Spring 2008. Midterm . Lecture notes: You should know and understand the content of lectures notes 1 and 2 (the very last portion of lecture notes 2 will be covered this coming Monday), and the background from 120b ( a good place to start for this is the review section of the background textbook) Homeworks: make sure you know how to redo the assignments you have been given. Write down your questions and ask them in section or this coming Monday or post them on the discussion board. Active knowlegde: You need to know: the constituent tests and how to apply these actively; the principles of X-bar theory; how locality of selection works how to construct a reasonable lexical item, and understand how that is related to the syntax.. (how is drives the tree structure and movement) how to actively recognize raising to subject, ECM and subject/obejct control predicates, and apply tests for these (this will be on the midterm!) how to probe for underlying and derived structure (a big chunk of this is about
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  • Spring '08
  • Sportiche
  • 1 Hour, Syntactic relationships, Tree structure, reasonable lexical item, causative/anticausative type alternations

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