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Syntactic theory and the structure of English : a minimalist approach

Syntactic theory and the structure of English : a minimalist approach (10회 대출)

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Radford, Andrew.
서명 / 저자사항
Syntactic theory and the structure of English : a minimalist approach / Andrew Radford.
발행사항
Cambridge, U.K. ;   New York, NY, USA :   Cambridge University Press ,   1997   (2007 printing)  
형태사항
xii, 558 p. ; 24 cm.
총서사항
Cambridge textbooks in linguistics
ISBN
0521471257 9780521471251 0521477077 (pbk.) 9780521477079 (pbk.)
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. 536-542) and index.
일반주제명
Grammar, Comparative and general -- Syntax. Minimalist theory (Linguistics) English language -- Syntax.
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CONTENTS

Preface = xi

1 Principles and parameters

 1.1 Overview = 1

 1.2 Grammar = 1

 1.3 Criteria of adequacy = 4

 1.4 Language faculty = 6

 1.5 Creativity = 9

 1.6 Principles = 12

 1.7 Parameters = 16

 1.8 Parameter-setting = 20

 1.9 Evidence = 22

 1.10 Summary = 24

  Workbook section = 25

2 Categories and features

 2.1 Overview = 37

 2.2 Morphological evidence = 37

 2.3 Syntactic evidence = 40

 2.4 Functional categories : determiners and pronouns = 45

 2.5 Auxiliaries and infinitival to = 49

 2.6 Complementizers = 54

 2.7 Parsing = 58

 2.8 Subcategorial features = 59

 2.9 Cross-categorial features = 63

 2.10 Summary = 68

  Workbook section = 70

3 Syntactic structure

 3.1 Overview = 86

 3.2 Forming phrases = 86

 3.3 Specifiers = 89

 3.4 Forming sentences = 94

 3.5 Tree diagrams = 97

 3.6 Configurational relations = 99

 3.7 Testing structure = 102

 3.8 Additional tests = 107

 3.9 C-command = 110

 3.10 Summary = 116

  Workbook section = 117

4 Empty categories

 4.1 Overview = 131

 4.2 PRO subjects = 131

 4.3 Null auxiliaries = 135

 4.4 Unfilled INFL = 137

 4.5 Bare infinitives = 144

 4.6 Null complementizers = 147

 4.7 Null determiners = 151

 4.8 Pronouns = 154

 4.9 Attributive adjectives = 157

 4.10 Summary = 159

  Workbook section = 159

5 Checking

 5.1 Overview = 170

 5.2 Interpretable and uninterpretable features = 170

 5.3 Checking = 174

 5.4 Phrases = 178

 5.5 Percolation = 184

 5.6 Determiner phrases = 187

 5.7 PRO subjects = 191

 5.8 Objective subjects = 193

 5.9 Bare phase structure = 198

 5.10 Summary = 200

  Workbook section = 202

6 Head movement

 6.1 Overview = 216

 6.2 Auxiliary inversion = 216

 6.3 Traces = 219

 6.4 Verb movement = 222

 6.5 Strong and weak features = 226

 6.6 Negation = 231

 6.7 The syntax of have = 235

 6.8 Tense affix = 240

 6.9 Question affix = 245

 6.10 Summary = 250

  Workbook section = 252

7 Operator movement

 7.1 Overview = 267

 7.2 Wh-operators = 267

 7.3 Enlightened self-interest and shortest movement = 271

 7.4 Pied-piping = 276

 7.5 Embedded questions in Belfast English = 282

 7.6 Embedded questions in Standard English = 286

 7.7 Subject questions = 292

 7.8 Yes-no questions = 294

 7.9 Nonoperator questions = 298

 7.10 Summary = 299

  Workbook section = 301

8 A movement

 8.1 Overview = 315

 8.2 VP-internal subject hypothesis = 315

 8.3 Evidence that subjects originate in spec-VP = 318

 8.4 Argument structure and theta-marking = 324

 8.5 Case-checking via head-adjunction and attraction = 329

 8.6 Raising predicates = 334

 8.7 Differences between raising and control predicates = 337

 8.8 Passivization = 341

 8.9 Explanation = 345

 8.10 Summary = 349

  Workbook section = 351

9 VP shells

 9.1 Overview = 367

 9.2 Ergative predicates = 367

 9.3 Adverbs and prepositional particles = 370

 9.4 Ditransitive and resultative predicates = 377

 9.5 Three-place predicates with clausal complements = 379

 9.6 Object-control predicates = 382

 9.7 Monotransitive predicates = 388

 9.8 Unergative predicates = 390

 9.9 Unaccusative predicates = 392

 9.10 Summary = 401

  Workbook section = 403

10 Agreement projections

 10.1 Overview = 422

 10.2 Subject agreement projections = 422

 10.3 Evidence from other varieties of English = 427

 10.4 Object agreement projections = 431

 10.5 Exceptional case-marking = 439

 10.6 Indirect object agreement projections = 444

 10.7 Genitive DPs = 448

 10.8 For-infinitives and prepositional objects = 449

 10.9 Passives and unaccusatives reconsidered = 454

 10.10 Summary = 459

  Workbook section = 461

Glossary and list of abbreviations = 490

References = 536

Index = 543



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