By Franc Lanko Marušič, Rok Žaucer
Even supposing within the early days of generative linguistics Slovenian used to be infrequently known as on within the improvement of theoretical versions, the eye it will get has accordingly grown, in order that by means of now it has contributed to generative linguistics a good proportion of theoretically vital information. With thirteen chapters that each one construct on Slovenian info, this publication units a brand new milestone. the subjects mentioned within the quantity variety from Slovenian clitics, that are referred to as directly to shed new mild at the exciting Person-Case Constraint and to supply a part of the facts for a brand new generalization touching on the presence of the convinced article and Wackernagel clitics, to practical parts comparable to the long run auxiliary and probability modals, the latter of that are mentioned additionally from the point of view of language swap. Even in the really well-researched themes like wh-movement, new findings are awarded, either in terms of the constitution of the left outer edge and to the syntax of relative clauses.
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Marija ga želi da mu predstavi. (40) a. Ti si me, kao što sam već rekla, lišio ih juče. ’ (41) a. Oni su joj pravilno odgovorili. ’ None of the operations that can split a clitic cluster are possible in Bulgarian/ Macedonian (see Bošković 2001), where the clitic cluster is inseparable (it also cannot be separated from the verb by non-clitics). Some illustrations are provided in (42) (see Bošković 2001 for additional data). (42) a. acc dali (sŭšto). *Nie sme mu go dali, i vie ste mu go dali (sŭšto).
E. 7 The latter are illustrated by SC (12), which gives the only possible placement of clitics, given in boldface. (12) a. Mi smo mu je predstavili juče. Zašto smo mu je predstavili juče? ’ c. Ona tvrdi da smo mu je mi predstavili juče. ’ (SC) As noted in Bošković (2012a), languages that are standardly assumed to have second position clitics include a number of Slavic languages (SC, Czech, Slovak, Slovenian, Hucul Ukrainian, and Sorbian), Latin, Ancient Greek, Pashto, T agalog, . I am simplifying here the actual state of affairs (these are not the only options).
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