Bare coordination: the semantic shift

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de Swart, Henriette; Le Bruyn, Bert;
(2014)

This paper develops an analysis of the syntax-semantics interface of two types of split coordination structures. In the first type, two bare singular count nouns appear as arguments in a coordinated structure, as in bride and groom were happy. We call this the N&N const... View more
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