Notes on Non-occurrence of Case Markers

Title
Notes on Non-occurrence of Case Markers
Author(s)
조성은안희돈 [안희돈 ]
Keywords
non-Case-marked nominals; left dislocation; complex predicate; Hanging Topic LD (HTLD); Clitic LD (CLLD)
Issue Date
201412
Publisher
한국생성문법학회
Citation
생성문법연구, v.24, no.4, pp.881 - 898
Abstract
Ahn & Cho (2006a,b, 2007, 2009) suggest that non-Case-marked nominals are part of complex predicate or instances of left dislocation (LD). More specifically, the complex predicate option is available only when a bare NP takes place inside V domain. The other bare NPs are analyzed as LD. Ahn & Cho (2009) further propose that Korean has two types of LD: Hanging Topic LD (HTLD) and Clitic LD (CLLD). Given this analysis, we can resolve the puzzles on non-Case nominals pointed out by Bak (2008), Hong (2011) and Lee (2012). Clause-internal Caseless objects that Bak (2008) points out are analyzed as CLLDs that can be embedded. Clause-internal Caseless subjects that Lee (2012) indicates are also analyzed as embedded CLLDs. Finally, the examples Hong (2011) indicates are analyzed as HTLDs (crucially not CLLDs).
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/30261
ISSN
1225-6048
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