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Unformatted text preview: e same syntac/c category by this reasoning. What category are they? 40 •  [The hungry linguist], [a linguist], [Bob] and [He] must all be the same syntac/c category. •  What category are they? 41 •  [The hungry linguist], [a linguist], [Bob] and [He] must all be the same syntac/c category. •  What category are they? •  They are Nouns. How do we know? 42 Parts of Speech: Cross-linguistic issues (1) English: a. the train b. the blue train /*the train blue c. *the blue (2) Spanish: a. el tren b. *el azul tren/el tren azul c. el azul 43 Parts of Speech: Cross-linguistic issues (3) Irish Gaelic a. Ní ith ­eann Seán Neg eat ­3sm John “John doesn’t eat.” b. Ní dochtúir ­é Seán Neg doctor ­3sm John “John is not a doctor.” 44 Parts of Speech: Cross-linguistic issues (3) Irish Gaelic a. Ní ith ­eann Seán Neg eat ­3sm John “John doesn’t eat.” b. Ní dochtúir ­é Seán Neg doctor ­3sm John “John is not a doctor.” Data line 45 Parts of Speech: Cross-linguistic issues (3) Irish Gaelic a. Ní ith ­eann Seán Neg eat ­3sm John “John doesn’t eat.” b. Ní dochtúir ­é Seán Neg doctor ­3sm John “John is not a...
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