TAM-inflected nominals

Spencer, Andrew J spena at ESSEX.AC.UK
Mon Nov 1 12:00:36 UTC 1999

Bibliographical annotation to David's comment (and incidentally, David, East
Anglia, the region in which the University of Essex is situated, has been
designated as a 'semi-arid area').

Barron, Julia 1998. Have contraction: explaining "trace effects" in a theory
without movement. Linguistics 36:223-252.
Sadler, Louisa 1998. English auxiliaries as tense inflections. In "...If you
see what I mean. Essays on language, presented to Keith Brown on the
occasion of his retirement in 1998.", Essex Research Reports in Linguisics,
Special Issue, 1-13.
Spencer, Andrew 1991. Morphological Theory. Blackwells, p.383


Andrew Spencer
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> -----Original Message-----
> From:	David Gil [SMTP:gil at EVA.MPG.DE]
> Sent:	Sunday, 31 October, 1999 14:24 PM
> Subject:	TAM-inflected nominals
> Another example comes from a rainy windswept island off the coast of
> Northwest Europe.  Here's a sample partial paradigm for the 2nd person
> of "sit":
> yul sIt     (future)
> yud sIt     (conditional)
> yu sIt     (present simple)
> yo: sItIN     (present progressive)
> yuv saet     (present perfect)
> --
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