Determiner Phrase and Case in Turkish. A Minimalist Account Determiner Phrase and Case in Turkish. A Minimalist Account This work discusses the syntactic properties of nominals in Turkish, their Case properties and the implications of a theory of grammar in which the dislocation of arguments is not motivated by the Extended Projection Principle (EPP), but by structural Case checking. It is proposed that Turkish referential nominals possess a Determiner Phrase (DP) layer where D? assigns referentiality. DP is argued to select a Number Phrase (NumP)/Classifer Phrase (ClP) both subcategorizing for an NP. Non-referential nominals are argued to be bare NPs without the functional categories that referential nominals bear. It is argued that DPs undergo dislocation from their base-generated positions to Spec positions of higher functional heads with which they form a ?-Agree relation, whereas NPs remain in their merge positions. In terms of Case properties, NPs bear weak Case feature and they undergo adhesion to the verb to be licensed; whereas DPs bear strong Case feature. It is argued that the analysis where dislocation is motivated by the EPP feature of the functional heads faces economy problems. This study claims that it is the strong Case feature of nominals which forces them to undergo dislocation. Книга по Требованию 978-3-6391-3401-8
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This work discusses the syntactic properties of nominals in Turkish, their Case properties and the implications of a theory of grammar in which the dislocation of arguments is not motivated by the Extended Projection Principle (EPP), but by structural Case checking. It is proposed that Turkish referential nominals possess a Determiner Phrase (DP) layer where D? assigns referentiality. DP is argued to select a Number Phrase (NumP)/Classifer Phrase (ClP) both subcategorizing for an NP. Non-referential nominals are argued to be bare NPs without the functional categories that referential nominals bear. It is argued that DPs undergo dislocation from their base-generated positions to Spec positions of higher functional heads with which they form a ?-Agree relation, whereas NPs remain in their merge positions. In terms of Case properties, NPs bear weak Case feature and they undergo adhesion to the verb to be licensed; whereas DPs bear strong Case feature. It is argued that the analysis where dislocation is motivated by the EPP feature of the functional heads faces economy problems. This study claims that it is the strong Case feature of nominals which forces them to undergo dislocation.
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