Tag: references

References: questions

Questions Baunaz, L., & Puskás, G. (2008). Feature stripping and wh-movement in French and Hungarian. Selected Proceedings of the 34 th Incontro di Grammatica Generativa. Paola Benincą, Federico Damonte and Nicoletta Penello (eds.). Padova: Unipress Special Issue of the Rivista di Grammatica Generativa, 33, 43-60. Baunaz, L. (2005). The syntax and semantics of wh in-situ and existentials: The case of French. Leiden Papers… Read more →

References: spoken french

Adli, A. (2006). French wh-in-situ questions and syntactic optionality: Evidence from three data types. Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft, 25(2), 163-203. Baunaz, L. (2011). The grammar of French quantification (Vol. 83). Springer. Baunaz, L. (2008). Floating quantifiers: french universal quantifiers and N-words. Selected Proceedings of the 34th Incontro di Grammatica Generativa, Special Issue of the Rivista di Grammatica Generativa, 33. Baunaz, L., & Patin, C. (2009). Prosody refers… Read more →

References: clefts

Belletti, A. (2006, July). Clefts and wh in situ: some notes. In manuscrit, université de Sienne, Lisbonne COST-Meeting (pp. 6-8). Belletti, A. (2008). The CP of clefts. Rivista di Grammatica Generativa, vol. 33 (2008), p. 191-204. Belletti, A. (2012). Revisiting the CP of Clefts. Grewendorf, G. & Zimmermann, TE Discourse and Grammar. From Sentence Types to Lexical Categories, 91-114. Beyssade, C., Delais-Roussarie, E., Doetjes,… Read more →

References: Partial movement

Bruening, B. (2004). Two types of wh-scope marking in Passamaquoddy. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory, 22(2), 229-305. Cheng, L. L. (1997). Partial wh-movement. Dayal, V. (2000). Scope marking: Cross-linguistic variation in indirect dependency. Wh-scope marking, 37, 157-193. Fanselow, G. (2006). Partial Wh‐Movement. The Blackwell companion to syntax, 437-492. Felser, C. (2004). < i> Wh</i>-copying, phases, and successive cyclicity. Lingua, 114(5), 543-574. Herburger, E. (1994). A semantic difference… Read more →

References: focus

Akmajian, A. (1970). Aspects of the grammar of focus in English (Doctoral dissertation, Massachusetts Institute of Technology). Benincà, P., & Poletto, C. (2004). Topic, focus, and V2. The Structure of CP and IP, 52-75. Destruel, E. (2012). The French c’est-cleft: an empirical study on its meaning and use. Empirical Issues in Syntax and Semantics, 9, 95-112. Frascarelli, M. (2000). The syntax-phonology interface in focus and topic… Read more →