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ISSN : 1226-3206(Print)
Studies in Modern Grammar Vol.102 pp.31-51
DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.14342/smog.2019.102.31

Verb Movement and Non-Phase Categories in the Parameter

Dae-ik Kim
영산대학교 교수
전자메일: daeik@ysu.ac.kr

Abstract

The position of a finite verb depends on languages. It is located in the v* domain in such a language as English, in the TP domain in such a language as French and in the CP domain in such a V2 language as Swedish. In this article, after showing that verb movement occurs in the syntax, we argue that the parametric difference of verb inflection and movement is attributed to whether T and V in each language are specified to Category. A finite verb in French moves to T after a fully inflected verb is merged in VP whereas a finite verb in English does not move to T due to the fact that T and V are not specified to Category. On the other hand, in Swedish a finite verb moves to C because there is no TP projection in such a language as Swedish. Thus in this article a finite verb moves to T or C according to the status of non-phase categories of T and V.

동사이동과 비국면범주의 매개변인

김대익**
** 영산대학교 교수

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