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On the condition of syntactic recoverability of null arguments in Korean

by Insoo Kim

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Language and languages,
  • Chinese,
  • Comparative Grammar,
  • Korean language,
  • Variation,
  • Syntax

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Insoo Kim
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 195 leaves :
    Number of Pages195
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25906362M
    OCLC/WorldCa28997604

    Chris Fraley has taught a whole course on the history of the debate (the link seems to be broken, even though it's still on his official site; here is a copy in Internet Archive).His summary/conclusion is here (again, archived copy).According to Fraley's homepage, the last time he taught this course was in He prefaces this list with an "Instructor's bias". Some arguments and nonarguments for reductionist accounts of syntactic phenomena Colin Phillips Department of Linguistics, Program in Neuroscience and Cognitive Science, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA Many syntactic phenomena have received competing accounts, either in terms.

    Null hypothesis (H0): The population mean difference is zero. (µ1 = 0) - Or, on average, there is no change of SBP due to the intervention. Alternative hypothesis (H1): The population mean difference is not zero. (µ1 ≠ 0) - In other words, there is a change of SBP due to the intervention. A Constituency-based Explanation of Syntactic Restrictions on Korean (11) Given this syntactic structure, the so-called predicate in Korean is not a constituent. For example, in (11), the string salangha-n-ta-ko is not a constituent in syntax, though it may form a word at the morphological level. Not being a.

    A Syntactic Analysis Method of Long ture. For example, in "John enjoyed the book and liked the play" we call the verbs "enjoyed" and "liked" conjoined heads; "enjoyed" is the first step is the detection of conjunctive structures by the above-mentioned algorithm. Since two or more conjunctive structures. The richness of the input has also been shown for languages such as Mandarin Chinese, in which arguments are frequently omitted in the surface syntactic structure: Lee & Naigles () showed that the input to young children does, in fact, manifest syntactic-semantic correspondences across multiple syntactic frames.


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On the condition of syntactic recoverability of null arguments in Korean by Insoo Kim Download PDF EPUB FB2

Is there any case for syntactic sugar that returns null when a specific parameter is null. Does this exist. public DataObj GetMyData(DataSource source?null, User currentUser?null, string path) { // Code starts here. source and currentUser are not null. Syntactic Recoverability of Null Arguments: The Syntax and Semantics of Yoruba Nominal Expressions: Syntax of Dutch: Adpositions and Adpositional Phrases OPEN ACCESS Syntax of Dutch: Coordination and Ellipsis OPEN ACCESS However, we cannot simply equate the number of semantic arguments with the number of syntactic arguments a verb appears with.

This was already apparent from the example in (10b). Next to the case of (10c), where it appears with three syntactic arguments, the verb give can also appear with just two syntactic arguments. In (10b),File Size: 52KB. contain any null-subject parameter, licensing of null arguments instead following from general factors (in the spirit of Chomsky ).

Second, any definite argument, overt or silent, positivelyAuthor: Halldor Sigurdsson. A Syntactic Approach to Indefinite Null Objects Vˇera Dvoˇr´ak ([email protected]) Octo 1 Indefinite null objects (INO) in the literature (1) John read (for days). / John was reading (when I entered the room). – generally assumed not to be present in syntax at all.

The two major approaches to the syntax of Korean relative clauses in the ex-tant literature can be classified as the operator-movementanalysis and the operator-bindinganalysis. Underthe operator-movementanalysis, the gapis a trace/copyof a null operator that has undergone movement (e.g., D.-W.

YangJ.-I. Han ,Cited by: 4. the widely-accepted understanding that null arguments in “topic drop” languages, such as Korean, are identified mainly by context. Instead, it suggests that the honorific agreement plays an important role in identifying the referent of a null argument. This contradicts Cho’s () claim that honorificity in.

Even worse: you can only use this approach in an expression, so you would always end up with code that uses an object in some way (in your example: just return it) and checks it for null as a side effect in the same line. I'd prefer doing null checks explicitly and not mixed with something else.

Syntactic and semantic identity in Korean sluicing: A direct interpretation approach. It further shows that in terms of the identity condition, Korean sluicing requires both semantic and syntactic identity conditions, depending on the updated information of discourse (or recoverability).

Null arguments in Korean can also be classified Cited by: 7. Publications at the Department of Linguistics at the University of Maryland. Cross-linguistically, numerically-quantified expressions vary in terms of their internal syntactic structure (e.g.

the category of the numeral, its position in the nominal projection) as well as interaction with the external syntax (e.g.

occurring in the subject positions, determining agreement and concord). A common origin for two languages is a concept that has been proposed and theoretically grounded within the comparative method invented at the beginning of the 19th cent.

by Rask, Bopp and Grimm. Two languages are considered genetically related if and only if they present patterns of regular phonological correspondences in words with similar meanings.

Curriculum Vitae Donna Jo Napoli tel. () Dept of Linguistics fax no. () In addition, null arguments are common within individual languages: a corpus study of spoken data in Korean showed that % of subjects and % of objects were dropped (Kim, ).

However Author: Young-Joo Kim. Null objects in child language: Syntax and the lexicon Ana Teresa Pe´rez-Leroux a, Mihaela Pirvulescu b, Yves Roberge c, * a University of Toronto, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, 91 Charles Street West, Toronto, Ontario M5S 1K7, Canada b University of Toronto at Mississauga, Department of French, German and Italian, Mississauga Road North, Mississauga, Ontario L5L 1C6, Canada c Cited by: Specifically, this entails several forms of favoring a null hypothesis by assigning it unmerited status as the null hypothesis through a series of non discriminating, but sciency-looking pretend induction tests, – promotification or King of the Hill science practices – and moreover, through.

A Syntactic Analysis of Null Subjects and Null Auxiliaries in English The following investigation of null subjects and null auxiliaries in English has two principle goals. First, it seeks to describe the occurrence of null subjects and null *Dana [read the book].

*Karen [planted flowers ]. *The man on the moon [like s green cheese ]. Syntactic derivation of Tagalog verbs (Oceanic linguistics special publication) [De Guzman, Videa P] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Syntactic derivation of Tagalog verbs (Oceanic linguistics special publication)Cited by: Modern linguistic theory and the theory of comparative linguistics.

description and interpretation of the combined method research in modern Korean based on a large number of Korean and Chinese translation corpus constituted by the adverbial suffix. the corresponding structure in the Chinese : NAN RI. Book Notice about Current issues in linguistic theory Studies in Romance linguistics, Carl Kirschner and Janet DeCesaris, eds.

(Amsterdam: John Benjamins, ), in Langu 1 (): Review of The syntactic recoverability of null arguments, Yves Roberge. Rhetorical arguments in which the speaker claims to be an authority or expert in a field, attempts to play upon the emotions, or appeals to the use of reason.

Classically trained rhetoricians identify these appeals these appeals with their Greek names: ethos is authority, pathos is emotion, logos is logic. Arguments are advanced that phrases headed by themajor lexical categories NP, VP, AjP, and PP share the same internal architecture, pointing toward the conclusion that the rules of the syntactic system are category-neutral rather than category-specific – instead of having separate rules for NP or VP, a single, general rule set explains the Brand: Wiley.

“Syntactic arguments, on the other hand, are constituents that appear in particular syntactic positions (see Chapter 4 for further discussion)”, say Santorini and Kroch. Doubtlessly what a syntactic argument is as distinct from a semantic argument will be completely clear to me, in fact, as obvious as dust, when I have digested Chapter 4.

''Logical subject'' refers to the subject of a sentence other than in a grammatical (or ''syntactic'') sense. Sentences with a logical subject (as well as a syntactic subject) usually have a passive verb. For example, in the sentence: The burg.