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LINGUIST List 16.2595

Fri Sep 09 2005

Qs: Subjects of (Non)-inflected Verbs; Cocoliche

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        1.    Rocío Pérez-Tattam, Subjects of Non-inflected and Inflected Verbs
        2.    Giuliana Fiorentino, Cocoliche

Message 1: Subjects of Non-inflected and Inflected Verbs
Date: 07-Sep-2005
From: Rocío Pérez-Tattam <rospthotmail.com>
Subject: Subjects of Non-inflected and Inflected Verbs

I am a doctoral student. I am investigating the possible relationship
between the empty subjects of non-inflected and inflected verbs in English
and Spanish.

I am looking for any bibliographical references of new analyses of PRO from
a Minimalist perspective (I am familiar with Hornstein's and Landau's
analyses of control), and I am specially interested in ascertaining whether
PRO has been related to any parameter.

Thank you very much in advance.

Linguistic Field(s): Linguistic Theories

Subject Language(s): English (eng)
Spanish (spa)
Message 2: Cocoliche
Date: 05-Sep-2005
From: Giuliana Fiorentino <fiorentiuniroma3.it>
Subject: Cocoliche

Dear All,

There is a student of mine interested in a decsription of the cocoliche
pidgin. We are serching for some references and, possibly, a corpus of data.

Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics

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