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Unformatted text preview: ( 5 ) Susanna was utterly in love but Louis was only partly so. ( 6 ) Louis was in love and at odds with his cousin. (Note that this can mean that Louis both loves his cousin and is at odds with her. Based on the above data, write a ‘suite’ of phrase structure rules for PPs. You’ll have to decide what part of speech the words right, utterly, very, almost are. Note, in addition, that you can’t get two of these guys in one PP (at least as far as I can tell, given the following sentences: 1 Moulton– 120 B–Fall 11 Homework 3 ( 7 ) a. *I live almost very near the road. b. *The house was right utterly in the road. c. *The man was very right in my way. Assume these are the correct grammaticality judgments.) 2...
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- Fall '11
- English-language films, Louis, following sentence, *The house