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Verb raising and theta-driven movement

Akemi Matsuya

Verb raising and theta-driven movement

a comparative minimalist approach with particular reference to Japanese

by Akemi Matsuya

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Published by Niemeyer in Tübingen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Japanese language -- Verb.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [165]-171).

    StatementAkemi Matsuya.
    SeriesLinguistische Arbeiten -- 490, Linguistische Arbeiten (Max Niemeyer Verlag) -- 490.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPL585 .M327 2004
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 171 p. :
    Number of Pages171
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19876651M
    ISBN 103484304901

    Subject-to-Object Movement: an Instance of DP Movement • The theta-role on the lower subject is coming from the lower predicate. But the accusative case is coming from the higher verb. (20) a. Sue believes [Bill to be intelligent]. b. Sue believes [him to be intelligent]. c. * Sue believes [he to be intelligent]. VERB RAISING IN QUESTIONS. In this paper, I compare three approaches to syntactic movement, in particular to V-to-C movement in Finnish and English questions: (i) the Greed-based approach of Chomsky (), according to which elements move to satisfy their own requirements; (ii) the Enlightened Self-Interest (ESI) approach of Lasnik (), according to .

    “ Verb movement, Universal Grammar, and the structure of IP,” Linguistic Inquiry – Reinhart, T. “ Coreference and bound anaphora: A restatement of the anaphora questions,” Linguistics and Philosophy 6: 47– What does this mean for V-to-T movement, also known as verb raising and verb movement? Certainly one has to consider whether this movement operation can be discovered in all languages or is only limited to few languages. As verb movement is not the only movement operation in languages one has to bear in mind that there is a general head.

    “Raising structures” are standardly considered to be a type of A-movement. However, there is disagreement about A-movement in SA. It has been argued that in SA, neither passive nor raising structures involve any A-movement at all. The status of raising verbs in SA is controversial and important for a better understanding.   Verb movement is now, however, the center of current research in syntax. Parallel to the theoretical interest has been the attention focused on the description of verb-second languages and on the movement operations that place the verb in its "second" position. This volume represents the latest work from many of the leading researchers in an.


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Verb raising and theta-driven movement by Akemi Matsuya Download PDF EPUB FB2

Aims and Scope Under the framework of the Minimalist Program, this book attempts to clarify that greedy movement in Japanese fulfills locality and is driven by checking theta roles as well as Case, categorial features, and so on as formal features.

Summary: Under the framework of the Minimalist Program, this book attempts to clarify that greedy movement in Japanese fulfills locality and is driven by checking theta roles as well as Case, categorial features, and so on as formal features. Verb raising and theta-driven movement: a comparative minimalist approach with particular reference to Japanese.

Product Information This book demonstrates that greedy movement in Japanese fulfills locality and is triggered by checking formal features including theta roles: the Spec of TP and an uninterpretable ]V] feature enable successive cyclic verb raising that produces a complex verb (Multiple Predicate Formation).

Work on the movement of phrasal categories has been a central element of syntactic theorising almost since the earliest work on generative grammar.

However, work on the movement of lexical elements, heads, has flourished only in recent years, stimulated originally by Chomsky's Empty Category Principle, and later by the work of Travis, Baker and Pollock.

Verb Movement in English and French YUMI KA W AMOTO 1. Introduction The contrast in Verb Movement observed in French and English has originally been noted by Joseph Emonds. Among major differences is the fact that finite lexical verbs in English do not undergo overt Verb Movement while those in French do.

Jean-Yves Pollock has investigated. self-raising adj adjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house." (flour: not requiring a leavening agent) (farine) avec levure incorporée, levant, auto-levant adj adjectif: modifie un nom.

Il est généralement placé après le nom et s'accorde avec le nom (ex: un ballon bleu, un e. Today, you’re going to learn 38 verbs of movement. Also check out Sound Words in English: Bang, Smash, Crash & 39 More.

There are loads verbs of movement in English. Think about how you walk, how you run, how you move things around and how things move without you even touching them.

This article describes the issues and controversies surrounding verb raising in Japanese by looking at the null-object construction, unusual coordination, and emphatic verbal sequences.

It explores the three constructions that have been discussed in the Japanese linguistic literature and delineates how they might answer the question of whether overt verb raising.

This process is called subject raising (or, more precisely, subject-to-subject raising), and the subject of sentence 2 is called a raised subject. Not long ago, most linguists believed there really was a set of processes in our brains called ‘transformations’, where words moved around inside sentences, to turn simple statements into things.

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1 Verb Raising and Theta-Driven Movement. 3/30/15& 5 Subject–Verb&agreement & – He&swims&alot – Iswim&alot • English&has&Subjectverb&agreement,&main&verb&or&auxiliary&moving& from&v&M>T&. 75 Verb Clusters, Verb Raising, and Restructuring SUSI WURMBRAND Theoretical Linguistics» Syntax /bx 1 Introduction 2 Empirical overview Verb-cluster languages Two-verb clusters Three-verb clusters Generalizations of the inversion patterns 3 Deriving verb clusters Head-movement vs.

phrasal. Verb Raising and Theta-Driven Movement With Love, from Mochizuki (Hentai Manga) Important Embryologist Scribbles Algorithm Universe Theory, Audio Summary Skylanders Trap Team: Master Eon's Official Guide Dr.

Sebi Recipes The Joy Of Piano Duets Grade GCSE Physics Exam Practice Workbook (with answers) From Rhetoric to Aesthetics. Not another book on Verb Raising This analysis dispenses with movement in the derivation of verb clusters, an improvement over many previous accounts, as movement in this domain is unmotivated and, in certain cases, makes wrong predictions.

Verb Raising and Theta-Driven Movement: a Comparative Minimalist Approach with Particular Reference to Japanese. Japanese language. Matsuya, Akemi - De Gruyter Transformational Analysis of Modern Colloquial Japanese, A. Japanese language. Chew, John J - De Gruyter, Inc.

Podmet v moderni japonstine. Japanese language;Linguistics. Differencesbetween Raising and Control Verbs Subject Raising and Control Object Raising and Control Movement Analyses Lexically-Based Analyses Exercises References Index Within this book, Chapters 1 to 5 cover the fundamental notions of English grammar.

English does permit two types of verb movement: first, auxiliary movement known as have/be raising (e.g., Roberts, ), or V-to-I raising with a more limited scope (Battye & Roberts, ); second, short verb movement in so-called quotative inversion (Collins & Branigan, ) as illustrated in (20a, b): (20) a.

Moved from article. Moved from article: John seems [t to work hard] The verb seem cannot assign the agent role; thus a non-expletive NP won't receive any theta-role which would violate the Theta Criterion (all arguments must be assigned a theta-role).

So we have to suppose that the non-expletive NP raised from the Spec-IP position in the embedded clause, where it received the. Which Word. rise / raise rise / raise Verbs. Raise is a verb that must have an object and rise is used without an object. When you raise something, you lift it to a higher position or increase it.

He raised his head from the pillow. We were forced to raise the price. When people or things rise, they move from a lower to a higher position. She rose from the chair.

6 The verb movement parameter • Verb raising: V movement to I o The French future tense o The order of adverbs and verbs in French • Tense lowering: I movement to V o The order of adverbs and verbs in English o Do support in English • Cues for the acquisition of verb raising • Verb raising and related issues in the history of English o The loss of verb raising.OBJECT SHIFT AND VERB MOVEMENT IN GBE 3 According to Vikner, French and English differ because the French verb is inflected for person in all tenses while the English verb is only inflected for 3rd in present tense.

Accordingly French has a strong INFL and displays V-to-I movement as opposed to English.In linguistics, raising constructions involve the movement of an argument from an embedded or subordinate clause to a matrix or main clause; in other words, a raising predicate/verb appears with a syntactic argument that is not its semantic argument, but is rather the semantic argument of an embedded predicate.

Although English has raising constructions, not all languages do.