Syntax WA3 - (iii In(1)a the anaphor “himself”...

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Natalie Yu (1155000186) March 9, 2011 Written assignment 3 (i) Sentences in (1)a, b and (2)a, b do not have the same argument structure, even though they all have a three-place predicate. The anaphors in (1) co-index with the sentences’ subjects, while in (2) co-index with the sentence’s objects. (ii) Sentences in (1) involve subject-control, while Sentences in (2) involve object-control.
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Unformatted text preview: (iii) In (1)a, the anaphor “himself” co-indexes with a PRO right in front of “paint”, while the PRO takes reference from the subject “John”. In (2)b, the anaphor “ourselves” co-indexes with the PRO right in front of “to”, while the PRO takes reference with the object “us”. (iv)...
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