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Don't remove or add any information. We asked him to work harder Syntactic theory: a unified approach 36 Foster (3) was annoyed by Trumpet S I put the book on the shelf Exercise 4 Consider the tree in (1) and answer the questions that fojjow. The man sent flowers to the woman (2) Which nodes does VP dominate? (3) Which nodes does PP immediately dominate? (4) Which pairs of adjacent words form constituents and which do not? (5) What are the immediate constituents of S? (6) Which sets of nodes are sisters?

B. (100)a. b. (The) books are interesting. (The) food tastes good. I bought (the) books, I like (the) food. If we accept the DP analysis, these examples appear to suggest that either a DP or an NP of a certain kind can appear in subject position as in (99) and 32 Syntactic theory: a unified approach object position as in (100). However, there is an alternative conclusion. One can say that subject and object position always contain a DP but that, with the right kind of NP, the D can lack phonetic content and be silent or empty.

Hobbs thinks Rhodes likes him. Hobbs put the book on the shelf. Hobbs persuaded Rhodes that he liked her. Hobbs said to Rhodes that he likes her. a picture of Rhodes. the belief that the earth is flat. Hobbs is afraid of spiders. Hobbs is afraid that there is a spider in the bath. 44 Syntactic theory: a unified approach (29)a. b. c. d. Hobbs is in the bath. Hobbs appeared from behind the wall. Hobbs arrived before Trumper arrived. Hobbs was in charge with Trumper out of the country. The rules miss a number of generalizations about linear precedence.

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A vocabulary and outlines of grammar of the Nitlakapamuk or Thompson tongue : the Indian language spoken between Yale, Lillooet, Cache Creek and Nicola Lake : together with a phonetic Chinook dictionary, adapted for use in the province of British Columbia by J B Good


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