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collocations in the minimalist program
. my speculations concerning the other two, is Chomsky's (1992) Minimalist Program. I will discuss how recurring combinations of words, so-called. patterns, but they can be handled more easily within the Minimalist Program of Chomsky (1992). The paper is divided into two main.

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collocations in the minimalist program
. my speculations concerning the other two, is Chomsky's (1992) Minimalist Program. I will discuss how recurring combinations of words, so-called. patterns, but they can be handled more easily within the Minimalist Program of Chomsky (1992). The paper is divided into two main.

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grammaticality in the minimalist program: a new horizon towards
. Chomskyan enterprise to what the author suggests to be termed ‘Minimalist Functionalism’. The article is presented in 4 more sections; in.

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argument encoding iii: the minimalist program
A consequence of the analysis: Ergative case can only be assigned in transitive environments. Therefore, active patterns (as in Basque, Guaran´ Hindi, Georgian) should not exist. ı, Bobaljik’s (1993) assumption (also see Laka (1993), Nash (1996), Bittner & Hale (1996), and many others): Unergatives are transitive! In languages with an active ergative argument encoding pattern, what looks like an intransitive verb is in fact a transitive verb with a hidden object (which can, e.g., be overtly realized .

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deriving locality constraints the minimalist program: the
Observation: Items which do not enter the derivation via selectional Merge (modifiers, so-called adjuncts) are always islands. This can be formulated in a preliminary way as the Adjunct Condition: (7) Adjunct Condition: Movement must not take place from an XP that has been merged without a deletion of selectional features. The Adjunct Condition straightforwardly excludes Complex NP Constraint constructions in which a relative clause is crossed by movement. Furthermore: (8) A consequence of the Adjunct .

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