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Introduction
1 Syntactic structure
1.0 General considerations
1.1 The layered structure of the clause
1.2 Operators
Table 1.2 Operators in the layered structure of the clause
1.3 Formal representation of clause structure
Syntactic inventory
1.5 Adjuncts and the periphery
1.6 Adpositional and noun phrase structure
Table 1.3 Operators in the layered structure of the NP
2 Lexical representation and semantic roles
2.0 General considerations
2.1 Verb classes and logical structures
Table 2.1 Tests for Aktionsart classes
Table 2.2 Tests for determining predicate classes
Table 2.3 Lexical representations for Aktionsart classes8
2.2 Operators
2.3 Nouns and noun phrases
2.4 Semantic roles
Grammatical relations
3 Information structure
3.0 General considerations
3.1 Topic and focus
3.2 Focus structure and focus types
3.3 Morphosyntactic marking of focus structure
3.4 Formal representation of focus structure
structure projections
3.5 Focus structure and the notion of VP
3.6 Focus structure and the interpretation of quantifier scope
4 Syntactic relations and case marking
4.0 General considerations
4.1 Do all languages have grammatical relations?
4.2 Privileged syntactic arguments
4.3 Types of privileged syntactic arguments
4.4 Case marking and agreement
4.5 Other syntactic functions
5.0 General considerations
5.1 The linking algorithm
Table 5.1 Constructional schema for English passive (plain)
Table 5.2 Constructional schema for Sama antipassive
Table 5.3 Constructional schema for English WH-questions
Table 5.5 Constructional schema for Sama reflexivization
5.2 The role of the lexicon in grammar
5.3 Reflexivization
Table 5.6 Constructional schema for English reflexivization
5.4 Focus structure and linking
6 The structure of complex sentences
6.0 General considerations
6.1 Nexus relations
6.2 The layered structure of the clause and juncture
6.3 Symmetrical vs asymmetrical linkage
6.4 Operators in complex sentences
6.5 Complementizer position
6.7 Focus structure in complex sentences
6.8 Complex NPs
Table 6.1 Juncture and nexus in the NP
6.9 Syntactic templates for complex sentences
7 Linking syntax and semantics in complex sentences
7.0 General considerations
7.1 Linking in clausal junctures
7.2 Linking in nuclear junctures
Table 7.2 Constructional schema for English ‘VP’ ellipsis
7.3 Linking in core junctures
7.4 Linking in complex noun phrases
7.5 Reflexivization in complex sentences
References
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Subject index
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