EXTRAPOSITION OF ELEMENTS OUT OF SOME SYNTACTIC CATEGORIES IN RUSSIAN
ロシア語におけるいくつかの統語範疇からの要素の外置

Go HIKITA
1992 Journal of the Linguistic Society of Japan  
It is often claimed that word order is relatively free in Russian. In this language extraposition out of clauses, NPs and PPs often takes place as an instance of scrambling phenomena. The purpose of this paper is to describe and generalize these phenomena from a formalist point of view. Elements can be extraposed out of clauses, when the bounding nodes, i.e., the subordinate Ss, are deleted by S-PRUNING, as Comrie (1973) proposed. Although Comrie (1973) claimed that this deletion takes place
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doi:10.11435/gengo1939.1992.102_17 fatcat:m77o3thqh5dhfnk5w73fdxkrt4