Complex Predicates
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Complex Predicates

By Stefan Müller
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Table of Contents
  • Introduction
  • Background: The German Sentence Structure and its HPSG Analysis
    • Topological Fields
    • Signs and Types
    • The Representation of Lexical Entries
    • Case Assignment
    • Head-Argument Structures
    • The subj Feature
    • Head-Adjunct Structures
    • Lexical Rules
    • The German Clause
      • Verb Placement
      • Verb-Second
    • Summary
  • The Predicate Complex, Control, and Raising
    • The Phenomena
      • The Terminology
      • Coherent vs. Incoherent Constructions
        • Scope of Adjuncts
        • Permutation in the Mittelfeld
        • Intraposition
        • Extraposition
        • Fronting
      • Raising and Control
        • Expletive Predicates and Subjectless Constructions
        • Identity vs. Coindexing
      • Subject Raising Verbs
        • Scope of Adjuncts
        • Permutation in the Mittelfeld
        • Intraposition and Extraposition
      • Subject Control Verbs
        • Scope of Adjuncts
        • Permutation in the Mittelfeld
        • Intraposition and Extraposition
      • Object Raising Verbs: AcI Verbs
        • Scope of Adjuncts
        • Permutation in the Mittelfeld
        • Intraposition and Extraposition
        • Expletive Predicates and Subjectless Constructions
      • Object Control Verbs
        • Scope of Adjuncts
        • Permutation in the Mittelfeld
        • Intraposition and Extraposition
      • Obligatorily Incoherent Verbs
      • Copula Constructions
        • Scope of Adjuncts
        • Permutation in the Mittelfeld
        • Intraposition and Extraposition
        • Fronting
        • Expletive Predicates and Subjectless Constructions
      • Subject and Object Predicatives
        • Scope of Adjuncts
        • Permutation in the Mittelfeld
        • Intraposition and Extraposition
        • Fronting
        • Expletive Predicates and Subjectless Constructions
        • Passive
    • The Analysis
      • Tense-Auxiliaries
      • Complex Fronting
      • Subject Raising Verbs
      • Subject Control
      • Object Raising Verbs: AcI-Verbs
      • Object Control
      • Copula Constructions
      • Subject and Object Predicatives
    • Alternatives
      • Linearization Based Theories
      • Flat Structures without Verbal Complex
      • Binary Branching Structures without a Verbal Complex Schema
      • Obligatory Coherence as a Subcase of Optional Coherence
      • Proposals without an Additional Selection Feature
    • Summary
  • Passive
    • The Phenomena
      • Unaccusativity
      • Agentive Passive
      • Stative Passive
      • Dative Passive
        • Remote Passive
      • Modal Infinitives
      • lassen Passive
    • The Analysis
      • Agentive Passive
      • Stative Passive
      • Dative Passive
      • Modal Infinitives
      • Remote Passive
      • lassen Passive
      • Adjectival Forms
    • Alternatives
      • Kathol
      • Kathol and Pollard
      • Kathol
      • Ryu
    • Summary
  • Depictive Secondary Predicates
    • The Phenomena
      • Antecedent Elements
        • Non-Overt Antecedents
        • Reference to Oblique Antecedents
        • Reference to Objects of Nominalized Verbs
        • Reference to Non-Arguments
        • Reference to Elements inside of Arguments
      • Coordination of Depictive Predicates
      • The Case of the Subject of the Depictive Predicate
      • Linearization
        • Linearization with Respect to the Antecedent
        • Fronting
        • Linearization in the Mittelfeld
      • Iteration
      • Focus Projection and Stress
    • The Analysis
    • Alternatives
      • Permutation in the Mittelfeld
      • Coordination
    • Summary
  • Resultative Secondary Predicates
    • The Phenomena
      • Non-Selected Accusatives
      • The Interpretation of the Accusative and Fake Reflexives
      • Resultatives with Transitive Verbs
      • The Middle Construction
      • Adjectival Participles
      • Nominalizations
      • Transitivization
      • Expletive Predicates and Subjectless Constructions
      • Passive
      • Unaccusative Verbs
      • Permutation in the Mittelfeld
      • Intraposition
      • Extraposition
      • Fronting
      • Iteration
    • The Analysis
    • Alternatives
    • Summary
  • Particle Verbs
    • The Phenomenon
      • What are Particle Verbs?
        • Stress
        • Fronting
        • Referentiality
        • Depictives and Resultatives vs. Lexicalized Forms
        • The Syntactic Activeness of Particles
          • Adjectives: Comparatives and Superlatives
          • Nouns: Modification and Passivization
          • Verbs: Passive, Double Infinitives, Scope
      • Fronting
        • Simple Fronting
          • What Can be Fronted?
          • Why Are these Frontings Possible?
        • Complex Fronting
          • Fronting of Complements and Particles
          • Fronting of Adjuncts and Particles
        • The Impossibility of Fronting the Base Verb
      • Linearization
        • The Right Sentence Bracket and Intraposition into the Mittelfeld
        • Permutation in the Mittelfeld
        • Particle Placement in German Dialects
      • Iteration of Particles
      • Particle Verbs and Heads that Select for Another Predicate
        • Subject and Object Predicatives
        • Resultative Predicates
      • Prefix Verbs vs. Particle Verbs
      • Nominalizations in German Dialects
      • Non-Productive Particle Verb Combinations
      • Productive Particle Verb Combinations and Argument Structure
      • Inflection, Derivation, and the Bracketing Paradox
        • Inflection
        • Derivation
          • Nominalizations
            • ung-Nominalizations
            • -er-Nominalizations
            • Ge- -e-Nominalizations
            • Nominalizations of Infinitival Forms
          • Adjective Derivation
            • -bar-Derivation
        • Non-Existing Bases
        • Visibility and Modularity
      • Conclusion of the Data Section
    • The Analysis
      • Lexical Entries for Nontransparent Particle Verbs
      • Lexical Items for Productive Particle Verb Combinations
      • Particle Fronting
      • The Verbal Complex in Thuringian
      • Morphology
        • Unary Projections, Lexical Rules, and (Empty) Elements
          • Syntax
        • Morphology
        • Inflection
        • Derivational Morphology
          • Nominalizations
          • Adjective Derivation
    • Alternatives
      • Discontinuous Lexical Entries
      • Rebracketing and Lexical Relatedness
      • Paradigm Functions
      • Linearization-Based Morphology
    • Summary
  • A Comparison with Other Approaches to Complex Predicates
    • The Complexity Constraint: Neeleman and Weermann (1993)
    • Lexical Adicity and the Inversion of the Selection
      • Lexical Rules
      • Tense
      • Causatives
      • Semantics and Pronominalization
      • Particle Verbs
    • Construction Grammar
    • Small Clauses
      • Constituent Order: Movement vs. Base Generation
      • Passive
  • Summary
  • References
  • Expression Index
  • Reverse Expression Index
  • Name Index
  • Subject Index
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