Линейно-акцентная грамматика и коммуникативно нерасчлененные предложения в русском языке [Linear-Accent Grammars and Thetic Sentences in Russian]
Anton Zimmerling
May 2024
 

[Chapter 3 from Anton Zimmerling, Ekaterina Lyutikova (eds.). Clause Architecture in Parametric Models. Moscow: LRC, 2016, 76-103.] In this chapter, I discuss the derivation of Russian thetic and categorical sentences in a generative-transformational framework with movement operations. Information structure is analyzed in terms of c(ommunicative)-constituents. I argue that all Russian thetic sentences are derived from categorical sentences and develop a version of the Linear-Accent analysis, which is compatible with mildly context-sensitive grammars.
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Published in: Anton Zimmerling, Ekaterina Lyutikova (eds.). Clause Architecture in Parametric Models. Moscow: LRC, 2016, 76-103.
keywords: syntax, information structure, scrambling, linear-accent grammars, transformations, movement, categorical sentences, thetic sentences, mildly context-sensitive grammars, modern russian, semantics, syntax
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