January 20, 2017

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Hello everyone!! For these six sentences, I have to explain what determines whether the sentence is grammatical or not 1) Both the students were studying. 2) The students were both studying. 3) They were both studying. 4) *Both they were studying. 5) Both of you were studying...
March 26, 2011 by Bobby

"It is a widely held view in syntax that the constituents we have been calling noun phrases (NPs) are actually determiner phrases (DPs). In this view, all nouns are inside a DP, and if a sentence does not have an overt determiner, the head of DP will be a null element. What do...
March 26, 2011 by Gundu

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