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István Kenesei

: 246), in other words, by first taking an utterance like (11c) and identifying its subject with, or subsuming it under, the subject of (10), since arguments are parts of theories, and then subsuming the predicate in (11c) under that of (10), since buildings can be shaky. Of course there can be several

Beáta Gyuris

), respectively, are string-identical to their canonical declarative counterparts, shown in (23a, b), where the negative particle nem ‘not’ is situated in a position immediately preceding the verb. 15 In the b) examples, the subject noun phrase is situated in the topic field of the sentence

Gerard O’Grady

mental verb plus subject determines the form of the corresponding tag question, contrast examples (2a) and (2b). Van Bogaert (2010) reports two further tests for distinguishing mental projecting clauses from epistemic comment clauses. These are transparency to negation and transparency to factive