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Split Projection

저작시기 2009.06 |등록일 2009.06.28 한글파일한컴오피스 (hwp) | 14페이지 | 가격 2,000원

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Andrew Radford의 책 Minimalist Syntax의 9과에 수록된 Split Projection부분을 정리한 자료입니다. 발표 준비하거나 통사론 논문 쓰시는 분들이 Split Projection에 대해서 정리하실 때 도움이 되실 거라 생각됩니다.

목차

1. Introduction
2. Split CP: Force, Topic, and Focus projections
3. Spilt CP: Finiteness projection
4. Split VPs: VP shells in ergative structures.

본문내용

1. Introduction

(1) I play the piano. → CP + TP + VP

(2) He may be playing the piano. → CP + TP + AUXP + VP

(3) We played the piano, said the students. → CP + VP + AspP + VP

In this chaper, we will suggest that CPs, VPs, NPs should be split into multiple projections. Also, CP layer should be split into a number of separate projections: Force Phrase, Topic Phrase, Focus Phrase, and Finiteness Phrase.

2. Split CP: Force, Topic, and Focus projections

(5) No other colleague would he turn to (He would turn to no other colleague)

(6) [CP No other colleague[C would][TP he [T[T would][VP[V turn][PP[P to]no other colleague]]]]
(7) I am absolutely convinced [that no other colleague would he turn to]

(8) Split CP hypothesis: Luigi Rizzi (1997, 2001b, 2003) proposes that CP should be split into a number of different projections.

(10) Focus vs. Topic
a. A focused constituent typically means new information.
b. Topics typically represent old information.

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