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Extended phases & beheaded phrases Comments on Marcel den Dikken's ‘Phase Extension’

Hubert Haider
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Phrases cease to be phases once the head raises out of the phrase. This is a clear claim. So, in the simplest case, one would expect a direct correlation between overt head-movement and phrasal transparency properties for extraction constructions in typical cases of head-movement, as for instance V movement.

Published Online: 2007-08-27
Published in Print: 2007-06-19

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