OS in this approach is adjunction
of the moved object triggered by its p-feature.
iv) Probabilities of modification, adjunction
or deletion depend only on the last two letters of the current word.
Sample derivation /pintura/ plural /papel/ plural /tarea/ plural /pintura s papel s tarea s plural adjunction
-- papal e s -- (10a) pintura s e papel e s e tarea se (10b) [pinturase] [papelese] [tarease]
Cinque 1995; Laenzlinger 2000) in the det-poss sequences as such an account easily solves the problem of agreement, which, for instance, adjunction
analyses cannot offer.
For example, the English self-anaphors have developed from the adjunction
of an intensifying self-form to the plain object pronouns in Old and Middle English.
Note that according to Feng (2001: 171) in each step the adjunction
of the adjectival head to the noun results in an No, that is, bai panzi 'white plate' and da bai panzi 'big white plate' are both analyzed as compounds:
analyses of modification have not, in fact, been completely discarded (cf.
0] and the specifier positions and possible adjunction
positions of its projection.
For instance, conflation is often taken to be the addition of result subevents to verb meanings in a lexical-semantic operation, be it lexical subordination (Levin and Rapoport 1988; Legendre 1997: 84; Spencer and Zaretskaya 1998), event composition (Pustejovsky 1991), template augmentation (Rappaport Hovav and Levin 1998), or lexical adjunction
(Wunderlich 1997a, 1997b).
, a linking vowel may be inserted between the stem non-head and the head: oj-i-alegre 'happy of eye', literally 'eye-i-happy', al-i-quebrar 'break the wings (of a bird)', literally 'wing-i-break'.
Note that the adjective phrase (AP) in (1) is posited as an adjunction
to NP, an analysis which accounts for adjective iteration.
Se's lack of case features allows it to "incorporate by free adjunction
, not by selection" (1993: 255), thereby evading the syntactic constraint.