Are Gapless Relative Clauses (GRC) really complement clauses?
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摘要This paper will argue that Gapless Relative Clauses (GRC) are not complement clauses, but Relative Clauses licensed by a covert semantic variable. Almost all the arguments for the complement clause analysis of GRC, as presented in Huang (2016), could be argued to be evidences not necessarily against the relative clause analysis of GRC with the help of the following relative clause (RC) hierarchy: Argument RC > Adjunct RC > GRC, if one assumes that the more to the left is easier to be recovered than the ones to the right, and the less recoverable ones should be closer to the head noun. The paper will show that the gapless requirement on complement clauses should be changed to the following: no syntactic or semantic gap in the clause that is related to the head noun, in addition to a condition on the relationship between the clause in question and the head noun.
著者Pan Haihua
會議名稱The 8th International Conference on Formal Linguistics
會議開始日23.11.2018
會議完結日25.11.2018
會議地點Zhejiang
會議國家/地區中國
出版年份2018
月份11
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