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SYNTAX-3: Parts of Speech and Syntactic Categories
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Phrase Structure and the Lexicon pp Cite as. In this paper, I will critically examine the notion of head in grammatical theory, focusing on the debate between Zwicky and Hudson , but also discussing recent proposals regarding functional heads in the generative literature. The notion of head is a fairly recent one, originating in more or less its modern form as far as I know in Sweet Specifically, the notion of head is a generalization over the concepts of agreement, government and modification in traditional grammar. In fact, Zwicky extends the notion of head to include grammatical relations such as that between the auxiliar and the main verb and the complementizer and its complement in English. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
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