Toward a Linearization-Based Approach to Word Order Variation in Japanese
Calcagno, Mike (1993-09)
Japanese is a strongly head final language, but the order of nonhead elements in a given sentence is relatively free, as the examples in (1) illustrate. (1) a. Hanako-ga kono hon-o yonda (koto) Hanako-NOM this book-ACC ...
Chinese NP Structure
Gao, Qian (1993-09)
Subcategorization and Case Marking in Korean
Yoo, Eun Jung (1993-09)
Null Objects in Mandarin Chinese
Block, Christie (1993-09)
Different Semantics for Different Syntax: Relative Clauses in Korean
Yoon, Jae-Hak (1993-09)
Front Matter (Volume 42, September 1993)
A Lexical Approach to Inalienable Possession Constructions in Korean
Chung, Chan (1993-09)
Linearization and Coordination in German
Kathol, Andreas (1993-09)
This paper attempts a novel approach to certain coordination constructions in German and other Germanic languages. It will be shown that virtually all previous attempts at describing such constructions involve asymmetric ...
Revisiting the Genitive Relative Construction in Korean: Real GRC?
Lee, Ki-Suk (1993-09)