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Postverbal subjects in Romance and German : Some notes on the Unaccusative Hypothesis

Postverbal subjects in Romance and German : Some notes on the Unaccusative Hypothesis

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EGUZKITZA, Andolin, Georg A. KAISER, 1999. Postverbal subjects in Romance and German : Some notes on the Unaccusative Hypothesis. In: Lingua. 109(3), pp. 195-219. ISSN 0024-3841

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