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A discourse account of intervention phenomena: An investigation of interrogatives
Newcastle University ePrints -eprint.ncl.ac.uk Riches NG, Garraffa M. A discourse account of intervention phenomena: An investigation of interrogatives. Sentences where like-moves-over-like, e.g. this is the cat that the dog was chasing , have occupied language researchers over the past two decades. They are often described as "intervention" sentences as one element intervenes in the movement of another. Such structures are difficult to comprehend by children or adults, and this effect isdoi:10.5334/gjgl.100 fatcat:k6h5mtecuvgfti6rhccrmwpxm4