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Syntactic argumentation and the structure of English / David M. Perlmutter, Scott Soames.

; Soames, Scott, author
Berkeley : University of California Press, [1979] .
ISBN 0520038282

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Other Authors Soames, Scott,
Subjects Anglais (Langue) -- Grammaire générative.
Anglais (Langue) -- Syntaxe.
Engels.
Englisch.
English language -- Grammar, Generative.
English language -- Syntax.
Generatieve grammatica.
Generative Syntax.
Generative grammar.
Gramática transformacional.
Grammaire générative.
Grammar, Comparative and general -- Syntax.
Inglés -- Gramática transformacional.
Inglés -- Sintaxis.
Syntax.
Syntaxe.
Syntaxis.
Series Campus (Berkeley, Calif.) ; 231.
Description xiii, 602 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1979]
©1979
Notes Author's names in reverse order on cover.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 591-602).
Summary [This book] presents the major theoretical developments in generative syntax and the empirical arguments motivating them. Beautifully and lucidly written, it is an invaluable resource for working linguists as well as a pedagogical tool of unequaled depth and breadth. The chief focus of the book is syntactic argumentation. Beginning with the fundamentals of generative syntax, it proceeds by a series of gradually unfolding arguments to analyses of some of the most sophisticated proposals. It includes a wide variety of problems that guide the reader in constructing arguments deciding between alternative analyses of syntactic constructions and alternative theoretical formulations. -- Back cover.
Contents Introduction ---- I. introduction and one-story rules --- II. Two-story rules --- III. The cycle --- IV. Cycle-type of rules --- V. Further issues in complementation --- VI. Movement rules --- VII. Rossʹs constraints --- VIII. Pronominalization.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)5302436
(OCoLC)ocm05302436
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WorldCat Identities Perlmutter, David M.
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