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LINGUIST 222A: Foundations of Syntactic Theory I

The roles of the verb and the lexicon in the determination of sentence syntax and their treatment in modern grammatical theories. Empirical underpinnings of core phenomena, including the argument/adjunct distinction, argument structure and argument realization, control and raising, operations on argument structure and grammatical function changing rules. Motivations for a lexicalist approach rooted in principles of lexical expression and subcategorization satisfaction. Prerequisite: Linguist 121A, Linguist 121B, or permission of instructor.
Terms: Win | Units: 3-4
Instructors: Gribanov, V. (PI)
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