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Head Movement

저작시기 2009.06 |등록일 2009.06.28 한글파일한컴오피스 (hwp) | 13페이지 | 가격 2,200원

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Andrew Radford의 책 Minimalist Syntax의 5과에 수록된 Head Movement부분을 정리한 자료입니다. 발표 준비하거나 통사론 논문 쓰시는 분들이 Head Movement에 대해서 정리하실 때 도움이 되실 거라 생각됩니다.

목차

1. T-to-C Movement
2. Movement as copying and deletion
3. V-to-T movement
4. Head Movement
5. Auxiliary raising
6. Another look at negation
7. Do-support

본문내용

1. T-to-C Movement

A complementiser phrase/CP, with the head C position of CP is filled by a complemetiser such as that/for/if. But, you should know that only complemetisers are not the word which can be filled in front of the subjects in clause.

Speaker A: Honey-buns, there`s something I wanted to ask you
Speaker B: What, sweetie-pie?
Speaker A: If you will marry me
Speaker B (pretending not to hear): What d`you say, darlin`?
Speaker A: Will you marry me?

Let`s compare two bold sentences. First of all, the first bold sentence is introduced by a complemetiser, if.

Next, let`s consider the second sentence; Will you marry me. We can also know that an inverted auxiliary, will is occupied in the pre-subject position like a complemetiser. As I told you before, only complemetisers are not be positioned in front of a subejects. In here, we need to think about this sentence; *If will you marry me. As you now easily, this is a wrong sentence. It means both if and will can`t not be occupied in front of subjects. They are mutually exclusive. Because both a complemetiser and an inverted auxiliary gives us an empirical evidence that inverted auxiliaries can be positioned in the same structural position like complemetisers. So, inverted auxiliaries are positioned in the head C position of CP.

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