Verbal movement, case and agreement
Rafael Nonato
October 2007

Chomsky (2000, 2001) delineates a theory of case, agreement and movement that leaves head movement to phonological computation. I propose changes to this theory that rescue head movement to the syntax, explanatorily connecting it to the facts of case and agreement (of different ergative and accusative systems) and argument movement.
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Published in: Revista da ABRALIN, vol. 6, n. 1
keywords: bororo, case, agreement, description, morphology, syntax
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