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The article examines structures of Yiddish clauses in which the kernel verb contains only one NP. The thematic role of an accessible NP is patient/theme, whereas the agent-NP remains vacant. It is assumed that a direct object of the type "X efent Y" ('X opens Y') and an accessible NP of the type "exists Y" appear in Yiddish in the clause-final position as a focalized subject. The study combines minimalist investigations and the cartographic approach, especially with regard to CP and IP/TPdoi:10.13092/lo.80.3566 fatcat:sce2umchtfbfvlluxyp3sdcuyi