Browse Dept. of Linguistics by Contributor "Cole, Peter"

  • Yoon, Hye Suk (1989)
    In this dissertation, I develop a theory of morpho-syntactic interaction based on a principled distinction between Rule Systems and Grammatical Components. It is argued that while morphological and phrasal rules belong to ...

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  • Wible, David Scott (1990)
    The purpose of this dissertation is to develop explanations of some syntactic differences between Chinese and English. The core idea explored is that the absence of subject-verb agreement (i.e. Agr) in Chinese and its ...

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  • Okawa, Hideaki (1990)
    This study deals with questions of tense and aspect in present-day Japanese, such as whether Japanese is an aspect language or a tense language or something else, what kinds of temporal relationships there are between the ...

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  • Sung, Li-May (1990)
    The locality conditions on reflexives vary widely from language to language. In English, a reflexive (e.g. himself) must take a local antecedent. In contrast, in Asian languages like Chinese, a reflexive (e.g. ziji) can ...

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