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Agreement, case and locality in the nominal and verbal domains
This book explores the Agree operation and its morphological realisations (agreement and case), specifically focusing on the connection between Agree and other syntactic dependencies such as movement, binding and control. The chapters in this volume examine a diverse set of cross-linguistic phenomena involving agreement and case from a variety of theoretical perspectives, with a view to elucidating the nature of the abstract operations that underlie them. The phenomena discussed include backward control, passivisation, progressive aspectual constructions, extraction from nominals, possessives, relative clauses and the phasal status of PPs.
Default person versus default number in agreement
An asymmetry in backward controlSubject vs. object control
Long distance agreement in Spanish dialects
On the Person Constraint on Romanian se-passives
Subject-verb agreement with Genitive of Quantification in Polish co and który object relative clauses
A person split analysis of the progressive forms in Barese
Suffixaufnahme, oblique case and Agree
A diagnostic for backward object control in Brazilian Portuguese
Extraction from DP in FrenchA Minimalist approach
Null possessives in European Portuguese
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Franco, Ludovico, Marchis Moreno, Mihaela & Reeve, Matthew (eds.). 2019. Agreement, case and locality in the nominal and verbal domains. (Open Generative Syntax 4). Berlin: Language Science Press. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.2640704
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