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The giving isrise to sentences like Mary article punched John in placed his nose. The option not pronoun selected, then to be there resumptive his, the of definite course, has tothebehas co-referential with for its resumptive pronoun his, of course, has to be co-referential with its antecedent John. reason, If the resumptive pronounlike option is not selected, then definite article to beECP placed there an independent reason, nose. Third, it isthe an has expected effect thatfor a prepositional phrase such definite article the has to be punched placed there an nose.

As assumed in previous sections, CP, crucially not IP, and NP As assumed in previous sections, CP, crucially not IP, and NP are bounding are bounding nodes for movement in Chinese. The movement of possessor nodes for movement in Chinese.

But the morpheme takes affecting away onlythe theCase-assigning Case-assigningproperty capacity of the morphemepossessor NP Mary, which counts on the passivized verb for Case carrying verb without affecting the Case-assigning property of its trace. assignment, has to move away. In this particular case, it moves to But the possessor NP Mary, which counts on the passivized verb for Casethe subject position whereby it is assigned a Nominative Case. In derivation assignment, has to move In this particular case, before it movesPR to the subject (57), by contrast, theaway.

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