By Michael Kac
Corepresentation of Grammatical constitution was once first released in 1978. This monograph in linguistics provides a nontransformational version of generative grammar referred to as corepresentational grammar. A corepresentational description of a language contains a suite of ideas at the foundation of which details touching on summary relatives between components of a sentence should be extracted without delay from floor constitution. The ensuing concept presents recommendations to various difficulties touching on note order, complementation, advanced nominals, and coordinate buildings.
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Highly idiosyncratic recoverability conditions are also required, as in cases like (30) Harry drinks. Analysis of English Simplex Sentences 43 Here the Object of drink can only be understood as designating the class of alcoholic beverages, an item of information that must be associated with this particular verb in the lexicon. 4. , (31) Vodka is liked by Harry. To set matters in perspective, let us first compare (31) to (32) *Vodka is liked Harry. The ill-formedness of (32) may be accounted for via the following rule: (33) PASSIVE SUBJECT RULE (PSR) If the Subject of a passive predicate occurs on the surface, it must be Object of the preposition by.
In (Ib) the PRM of Prjlike is the sequence Fred likes vodka; in (3) the PRM of this same predication is Vodka. . Fred likes. A sentence is in NORMAL FORM iff all PRMs in the sentence are continuous. Accordingly, (la, b) are both in normal form, but (3) is not. The fact that complement constructions are not confined to normal form is one of the most significant facts about the syntax of natural languages, and one that will be an important focus of attention in this chapter. We conclude this discussion of essential properties of complement constructions with one further note about subordination — namely, that this relation is asymmetric: If Pr/Pz- is subordinate to Pr/P,- then Pr/P,- is not subordinate to Pr/Pj.
To set matters in perspective, let us first compare (31) to (32) *Vodka is liked Harry. The ill-formedness of (32) may be accounted for via the following rule: (33) PASSIVE SUBJECT RULE (PSR) If the Subject of a passive predicate occurs on the surface, it must be Object of the preposition by. Setting aside, for the moment, the problem of specifying the conditions under which an NP is determined to be the Object of a preposition, let us consider the various tasks which the PSR can be made to perform.