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I would like to thank two anonymous reviewers for helpful comments and suggestions. Needless to say, I am solely responsible for all remaining errors. 528 528 [Review Article] Nihongo Hiteibun no Kozo: Kakimazebun to Hiteikoo Hyogen (The Structure of Negative Sentences in Japanese: Scrambling and Neg-sensitive Elements), by Kiyoko Kataoka, Kurosio, Tokyo, 2006, vi+282pp. It is commonly believed that Negative Polarity Items (NPIs) in Japanese must be c-commanded by a sentential negation markerdoi:10.9793/elsj.26.2_528 fatcat:l5kj6ccsrrexxa764hoph2ogau