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Scrambling, Remnant Movement, and Restructuring in West Germanic$
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Roland Hinterhölzl

Print publication date: 2006

Print ISBN-13: 9780195308211

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2010

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195308211.001.0001

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A Remnant Movement Account of Restructuring

A Remnant Movement Account of Restructuring

(p.89) 4 A Remnant Movement Account of Restructuring
Scrambling, Remnant Movement, and Restructuring in West Germanic

Roland Hinterhölzl (Contributor Webpage)

Oxford University Press

This chapter provides an alternative account for Verb Raising and Verb Projection Raising in a VO-based approach. It begins by discussing how the verb-final pattern in infinitives can be derived in the traditional OV-based account and the antisymmetric VO-based account. In restructuring infinitives, due to the deficiency of the complementizer, the infinitival TP fails to specify a temporal index for the local AspP. Thus, the infinitival AspP undergoes movement into the domain of the selecting verb to be linked to the matrix even time directly.

Keywords:   movement, restructuring, infinitives, complementizer, Verb Raising, Verb Projection Raising

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