By Melita Stavrou (ed.), Arhonto Terzi (ed.)
This choice of unique learn makes a speciality of a variety of lesser studied elements of Greek syntax. The articles mix a valid empirical assurance inside of present advancements of generative concept and canopy a large spectrum of components. The syntax of sentential constitution is handled through articles, one is an in depth research of the distribution of objective and beneficiary dative DPs in Greek (and cross-linguistically) and the opposite addresses the relation agree in small clauses (and among adjectives and nouns). articles examine the purchase of the left outer edge and of eventivity and one specializes in the ancient evolution of participles in Greek, out of which gerunds emerged. The syntax and semantics of wh-clauses in DP positions and of the non-volitional verb θelo are the focal point of 2 articles located within the syntax–semantics interface. The DP area is approached via theoretical articles, one on a Greek possessive adjective and one other on determiner heads. the ultimate contribution reviews the purchase of the Greek sure article.
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Advances in Greek Generative Syntax: In Honor of Dimitra Theophanopoulou-Kontou by Melita Stavrou (ed.), Arhonto Terzi (ed.)