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On a difference between English and Greek and its theoretical significance

George Tsoulas

This paper offers a comparative study of the coordinator and and the comitative
preposition with in its coordinating function. Greek is shown to behave differently
from English in this respect and this is accounted for in terms of labelling potential
of a syntactic/lexical object. The more general claims are that labelling is a locus
of variation and that labelling is (still) a syntax internal process.

 

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