Final Complementizers in Hybrid Languages

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Journal of linguistics. 1998, 35, pp. 233-271. Available under: doi: 10.1017/S0022226799007665
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Recent developments in syntactic theory suggest that phrase structure is crosslinguistically more uniform than assumed so far, and that the order spec-headcomplement may be the only permissible one. The present article takes issue with this view, showing that the derivation of final complementizers from initial ones by means of IP-raising faces serious difficulties. The discussion focuses on Bengali and similar languages which may be called 'hybrid' because both orders, IP-C as well as C-IP, are attested. Five arguments are raised which indicate that these orders are not derivationally connected. The discussion bears results which may also be of interest for linguistic typology, language change and acquisition.

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ISO 690BAYER, Josef, 1998. Final Complementizers in Hybrid Languages. In: Journal of linguistics. 1998, 35, pp. 233-271. Available under: doi: 10.1017/S0022226799007665
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  year={1998},
  doi={10.1017/S0022226799007665},
  title={Final Complementizers in Hybrid Languages},
  volume={35},
  journal={Journal of linguistics},
  pages={233--271},
  author={Bayer, Josef}
}
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