For example, tense alternation, including both undifferentiated temporal deictics and abrupt tense shifts, accounts for the realignment (i.e., homodiegeticization ), content gap, shifts in point of view that take place at the microlevel (clausal
level) in the embedded story worlds (subworlds).
Fox and Thompson (2010), on wh-questions, show that while phrasal answers simply answer the question, clausal
answers indicate that the question is somehow problematic.
This is in fact stated explicitly by Chomsky (1995: 237): "It is hardly plausible that Case and phi-features of book are determined by its position in a clausal
These techniques are based on variants of clausal
resolution (Leitsch 1997): every rewriting step essentially corresponds to the application of clausal
resolution between a CQ among the ones already generated and a concept or role inclusion axiom of the ontology.
Moreover, if the what-phrase is considered to be the standard wh-word for clausal
complements, then the sentence (19b) would be analyzed as a version of (19a), as exemplified by Fanselow (2006 : 451) for German; a similar analysis seems to apply for the Estonian sentences (20a) and (20b).
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Linguists consider the verbal domain, the clausal
and sentential domains, the nominal domain, and typological aspects of the Romance languages.
Another feature of lexical bundles is their usual incompleteness in structure as they tend to appear as fragments from a larger grammatical structure or even as crossover bundles bridging two phrasal or clausal
units (Biber, 2009).
The OP contains syntactic elements that have scope and whose primary function is to modify different layers of the clause and the NP (Van Valin 2004: 8-9); for example, aspect is a nuclear operator, modifying the nucleus of the clause (usually the verb), while tense is a clausal
operator, modifying the clause (i.e.