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This booklet brings jointly students who've been engaged on contract regulations in the generative framework. The articles variety from syntactic to morphological techniques, investigating diverse domain names of contract regulations, comparable to the individual Case Constraint, nominative items, and Quirky Case regulations in a sequence of eu and Non-European languages, supplying new info and novel analyses for either, new and famous evidence. This publication collects various and appropriate reports during this box and provides a common review of the several theoretical ways serious about the morphological, syntactic and semantic homes of contract limit phenomena.

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4. Some generalizations My investigation of PCC effects on weak pronouns, as opposed to clitics and agreement markers, has led to a number of generalizations which are summarized below: (i) A striking difference between clitic languages and weak pronoun languages concerns the stability and robustness of PCC judgments. Speakers of clitic languages do not hesitate to characterize grammatical the combinations that do not yield a PCC effect and ungrammatical the ones that lead to a PCC violation. On the other hand, for all speakers of German and Dutch it was extremely hard to judge the sentences in question.

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Benveniste, Émile 1966 Problèmes de linguistique générale. Gallimard. Bonet, Eulàlia 1991 Morphology after Syntax: Pronominal Clitics in Romance Languages. D. Dissertation, Cambridge, MIT. 1994 The Person-Case Constraint: A Morphological Approach. MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 22. The Morphology-Syntax Connection: 33–52. 1995 Feature Structure of Romance Clitics. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 13: 607–647. Büring, Daniel 2001 Let’s Phrase It! Focus, Word Order and Prosodic Phrasing in German.

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