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An Introduction to Syntactic Analysis and Theory

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An Introduction to Syntactic Analysis and Theory
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Publisher: UCLA
Number of pages: 246

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From the table of contents: Morphology; Syntactic analysis introduced; Clauses; Many other phrases; X-bar theory and discontinuities; The model of syntax; Binding and the hierarchical nature of phrase structure; Apparent violations of Locality of Selection; Raising and Control.

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