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Different types of nouns, different types of projections

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Autor: Gondra, Ager
Fecha: 2014
Publicado en: Iberia: An International Journal of Theoretical Linguistics, 6, 1-26.
Tipo de documento: Artículo
Resumen: This paper proposes (1) for Basque nominal domain. Expanding on the ideas of Distributed Morphology, all nouns are syntactically derived from a categorically unspecied root, which is nominalized by an n-head. With deverbal nouns, this unspecied root is rst dominated by a series of structure-creating nodes (V-v). Event nouns take an external and an internal argument due to their argument structure, and have an event reading, while result nouns have the option to take an adjunctexternal argument and an internal argument, and have a referential reading. Thus, event nouns project the v that introduces the event reading and the external argument, while result nouns project a defective v* that has a non-active reading and does not introduce an external argument (Kratzer 1996). With common nouns, however, the »RP merges directly with the little n, making impossible for them to take arguments. Finally, with result nouns and common nouns, a possessor1 is possible. Hence, two types of n are pro...
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Cita: Gondra, A. (2014). Different types of nouns, different types of projections. Iberia: An International Journal of Theoretical Linguistics, 6, 1-26.
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URI: https://hdl.handle.net/11441/72660

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