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Fragments, ellipsis, and PF-repair: New evidence from Indonesian

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  27 June 2016

Yosuke Sato
Affiliation:
National University of Singapore

Extract

Merchant (2004) proposes that a fragmentary response like the one in (1b) to the question in (1a) is derived from its full-fledged sentential counterpart in (1c).

  1. (1) a. Who did she see?

  2. b. [DP John]

  3. c. [TPShe saw John] (Merchant 2004:673)

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Copyright © Canadian Linguistic Association 2013

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