Before beginning this homework, review the order of events in a derivation, the notion of
subcategorization, and the assumption that a verb subcategorizes for all and only its sisters.
Give the derivation of th
Studies in Language 13-2. 257-292 (1989). All rights reserved
LARGE LINGUISTIC AREAS AND LANGUAGE SAMPLING
MATTHEW S. DRYER
University of Alberta & State University of New York at Buffalo
Claims are often made by
Linguistic Society of America
Head-Marking and Dependent-Marking Grammar
Author(s): Johanna Nichols
Source: Language, Vol. 62, No. 1 (Mar., 1986), pp. 56-119
Published by: Linguistic Society of America
Stable URL: http:/www.jstor.org/stable/415601 .
The temporal interpretation of
clause chaining in Northern Paiute
University of California, Santa Cruz
August 15, 2014
Northern Paiute uses clause chaining to express temporal relations between clauses, which
in English are c
Synchronic Chain Shifts in Optimality Theory
Robert Kirchner, UCLA (appearing in Ling. Inquiry 27:2, 341.350)
Synchronic chain shifts, whereby certain sounds are promoted (or demoted)
stepwise along some phonetic scale in some context, are one of the clas
DIFFERENTIAL OBJECT MARKING: ICONICITY VS. ECONOMY
ABSTRACT. A formal approach to the typology of DIFFERENTIAL OBJECT MARK ING (DOM) is developed within the framework of Optimality Theory. The functional/typological literature has establish
Remember that any revisions you make to the current grammar should account for all
sentences we have analyzed up to this point [not just the sentences in the current homework]. (The grammar accounts for a grammatical s
From Universals of Language, edited by Joseph H.
Greenberg, The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA. pp.
SOME UNIVERSALS OF GRAMMAR WITH
PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO THE ORDER OF
JOSEPH H. GREENBERG