Scrambling, remnant movement, and restructuring in west Germanic by Roland HinterhoМ€lzl

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  • Germanic languages -- Syntax,
  • Germanic languages -- Verb

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StatementRoland Hinterhölzl.
SeriesOxford studies in comparative syntax
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LC ClassificationsPD369 .H56 2006
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 254 p. :
Number of Pages254
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Open LibraryOL17546258M
ISBN 100195308204, 0195308212
ISBN 109780195308204, 9780195308211
LC Control Number2005055492

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It shows that scrambling cannot be taken to create the remnant categories necessary for VO-topicalization and the formation of verb clusters in restructuring : Roland Hinterhölzl. Scrambling, Remnant Movement, and Restructuring in West Germanic Roland Hinterholzl Oxford Studies in Comparative Syntax.

In this book, Hinterhölzl provides a comprehensive study of three salient phenomena of West Germaic, namely scrambling, remnant movement and restructuring, and discusses their interrelatedness.

In this book, Hinterhölzl provides a comprehensive study of three salient phenomena of West Germaic, namely scrambling, remnant movement and restructuring, and discusses their interrelatedness. In particular, restructuring is shown to break down into remnant movement of the major phases of the infinitival clause, accounting for the formation of verb clusters and the transparency of restructuring Brand: Oxford University Press.

In this book, Hinterh lzl provides a comprehensive study of three salient phenomena of West Germaic, namely scrambling, remnant movement and restructuring, and discusses their interrelatedness. In particular, restructuring is shown to break down into remnant movement of the major phases of the infinitival clause, accounting for the formation of verb clusters and the transparency of restructuring.

Summary: Providing a study of three salient phenomena of West Germanic, namely scrambling, remnant movement and restructuring, this book discusses their interrelatedness.

In particular, restructuring is shown to break down into remnant movement of. This book provides a comprehensive study of three salient phenomena of the West Germanic language group, namely scrambling, remnant movement, and restructuring, and the discussion of Author: HINTERHOLZL R.

Roland Hinterhölzl, Scrambling, remnant movement, and restructuring in West Germanic (Oxford Studies in Comparative Syntax). Oxford: Oxford University Press,   Scrambling, Remnant Movement, and Restructuring in West Germanic. By Roland Hinterhölzl. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

ix, Pages: On the limits of variation in Continental West-Germanic verbclusters Evidence from VP-stranding, extraposition and displaced VP-Topicalization Remnant Movement Post-syntactic Morphology Local scrambling has been claimed to be possible with non-restructuring verbs if the scrambled DP.

Scrambling, Remnant Movement, and Restructuring in West Germanic In this book, Hinterh lzl provides a comprehensive study of three salient phenomena of West Germaic, namely scrambling, remnant movement and restructuring, and discusses their : OUP Oxford.

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Scrambling, Remnant Movement, and Restructuring in West Germanic In this book, Hinterh lzl provides a comprehensive study of three salient phenomena of West Germaic, namely scrambling, remnant movement and restructuring, and discusses their :   Publications Received Publications Received (1 March­31 August ) This list acknowledges the receipt of recent works on languages and linguistics.

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The paper investigates head final effects (HF-effects) in German and English and argues that the syntactic configuration that underlies them gives rise to three different types of violations in the interfaces. It is shown that HF-effects are either morphological or prosodic in nature.

A diagnostics – morphological versus syntactic displacement – is established that allows to connect HF.

De Vos, M. Review of: Roland Hinterhölzl,Scrambling, remnant movement, and restructuring in West Germanic. Journal of Linguistics, 44, pp De Vos, M. Events: A Study in the Semantics of Lexical Aspect, Rothstein Susan.

In Lingua () Conference proceedings. Recent work on verb clusters within Continental West-Germanic has argued in favor of restrictive theories of cluster orders that only generate a subset of the logically possible orders in three-verb clusters, explicitly ruling out the by: 1.

Asymmetry III: Remnant VP-Topicalisation out of a Main vs. an Embedded Clause 61 References 64 Abstract Although they both place an object to the left of a sentential adverbial, Scandinavian Object Shift (OS) and continental West Germanic Scrambling (SCR) are normally treated as two different phenomena since.

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Journal of Germanic Linguistics. Remnant Movement, and Restructuring in West Germanic. By Roland Hinterhölzl. Nespor reminds readers that although this book and topic are supposed to be.

Verb Movement and Expletive Subjects in the Germanic Languages. Synopsis. This book is the study of two different kinds of variation across the Germanic languages. One involves the position of the finite verb, and the other the possible positions of the "logical" subject in constructions with expletive (or "dummy") subjects.

Studies on basic word order, word order variation and word order change in Germanic strengthened with the analysis of the infinitival marker in West Germanic in Hinterhölzl ().

The position of the infinitival marker in clauses like (4a) poses a problem for the traditional SOV approach to the syntax of West Germanic, since the sequence zu lesen.

the two movements discussed (object shift, OS, in the Scandinavian languages and scrambling, SCR, in the continental West Germanic languages) can be derived from independent differences between the two types of languages.

In what follows, we will give an overview over these two clause-internal object movements (OS and SCR) covering the following. Scrambling, Remnant Movement, and Restructuring in West Germanic (Oxford Studies in Comparative Syntax) by Günther Grewendorf; Tradizioni manoscritte e critica del testo nel Medioevo germanico by Anna M.

Luiselli Fadda; A prophet in two countries: the life of F. Simon by Nancy Arms; Handbuch Interkulturelle Germanistik by Alois Wierlacher. Rethinking Scandinavian verb movement Rethinking Scandinavian verb movement Wiklund, Anna-Lena; Hrafnbjargarson, Gunnar; Bentzen, Kristine; Hróarsdóttir, Þorbjörg This paper reconsiders the distribution of verb movement in Scandinavian in light of new data from Norwegian and Icelandic.

The main claim is that Regional Northern Norwegian displays optional verb movement. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Roland Hinterholzl books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Remnant Movement, and Restructuring in West Germanic.

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Books by Roland Hinterholzl. Discourse-oriented Syntax (Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today) Remnant Movement, and Restructuring in West Germanic (Oxford Studies in Comparative Syntax) Author: Roland Hinterholzl.

Hardcover Oct List Price: $ Compare Prices. Scrambling, Remnant Movement, and Restructuring in West Germanic. It discusses the derivation and distribution of the different types of verb clusters in German, Dutch, and West Flemish.

It establishes that movement of the dependent infinitive into the domain of the licensing verb is indeed XP-movement, as was simply assumed so far, by showing that a head movement account cannot explain the properties of German verb : Roland Hinterhölzl.

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This paper reconsiders the distribution of verb movement in Scandinavian in light of new data from Norwegian and Icelandic. The main claim is that Regional Northern Norwegian displays optional verb movement to the inflectional domain, whereas Icelandic has no independent verb movement at all to this domain, contrary to standard assumptions: All verb movement in Icelandic is Cited by:   Scrambling as A-bar movement.

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Properties of Germanic object shift and scrambling, in particular the VO order-preservation (Holmberg’s Generalization), derive from symmetry-breaking strategies which dispose of superfluous (symmetric) syntactic information and ensure the PF.

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lexical restructuring infinitives, with the latter dividing up into three (sub)classes corresponding to three degrees of lexical [+ or -] restructuring; see Table 1.Gereon Müller develops an optimality-theoretic unified account of two types of remnant movement: (1) scrambling + remnant VP preposing, and (2) negative NP preposing + remnant VP preposing.

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