extrapose

extrapose

(ˌɛkstrəˈpəʊz)
vb (tr)
to move a word or words to the end of, or outside, a clause or sentence without altering its sense
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For example, one may extrapose the object to the front of a sentence, as in Quiche George loves!
293ff.) a) that intraposition is GENERALLY marked for NRIs/CPs and requires intonational breaks before and after the infinitival complement, and b) that extraposition is a gradient notion (the bigger a complement, the more likely it is to extrapose), but in principle also possible for vP/TP and VP.
5: (i) extraposition is a gradient notion (the bigger a complement, the more likely it is to extrapose), but in principle also possible for vP/TP and VP; (ii) intraposition is generally marked for NRIs/CPs and requires intonational breaks before and after the infinitival complement.
The gradience claimed by (i) is supposed to cover the entire range of infinitival complements--from FRIs, whose VP complements do not extrapose at all, through (L)RIs and RNRIs to NRIs, whose CP complements are preferrably extraposed, cf.
First, there is a strong tendency not to extrapose if the predicate is discourse-new.
Deixis, anaphore et cataphore dans les constructions extraposees. In L'ordre des mots II, domaine anglais, 253-279.
(9) Nous ne tenons pas compte des elements extraposes a gauche (<<secondo me / a mon avis>> dans l'enonce B de l'exemple (11)), qui sont, en quelque sorte, <<hors enonce>>.