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Jane Rollason's 50 Mixed-Ability Grammar Lessons (Timesaver S.) PDF

By Jane Rollason

ISBN-10: 8575830740

ISBN-13: 9788575830741

This wealthy source offers grammar perform actions mixed-ability sessions masking hassle-free, pre-intermediate and intermediate constructions. every one lesson comprises 3 graded degrees of job established round each one constitution. actions contain language video games, quizzes and articles and are compatible for sophistication participation and person learn.

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Consider (93) (from McCloskey 2002), where a third person RP is used for a non-third person antecedent. ) (93) A Alec, tusa a bhfuil an Béarla aige.

As can be seen in (47), Kayne assumes that which is the head of DP, whereas for me it is a null D head taking the which-phrase as its complement. Once the structure in (47) is revised to accommodate (31), nothing bars a derivation like the one in (52)–(54). (52) [DP D/the [CP [C 0 [I T 0 [VP read [DP D [which book]]]]]]] (53) [DP D/the [CP [which book]i [C 0 [I T 0 [VP read [ti′ D [ti]]]]]]] (54) [DP D/the [book]j [CP [which tj]i [C 0 [I T 0 [VP read [ti′ D [ti]]]]]] Although potentially problematic, given the robust generalization about resumption and uninflected complementizers noted above, I think that the derivation just sketched should be made available, as some languages allow RPs in wh-relatives.

71) a. Koja kniga e kupil Ivan. ’ b. *Koja e kupil Ivan kniga. (72) a. Corver’s proposal also receives support from data internal to Chamorro. Consider the following contrast. ) The nature of resumption (73) Hayi un-ladatdi [patgon-ña t]. ’ (74) *Hayi un-li'i' [i gä'-ña ga'lagu t]. ’ Chung characterizes the contrast as being the result of the fact that in (74) an overt determiner is present, while it is null in (73). Corver predicts the distinction, if we take D in (73) not to be null, but absent altogether.

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