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Mesoclitic Romance futures and conditionals vs participle preposing
Batllori Dillet, Montse
(INFINITIVE + CLITIC + AUX) is an evidential configuration in Old Spanish and Old Catalan, whereas (PARTICIPLE + CLITIC + AUX) is an instance of weak or unmarked focus fronting. The evidentiality of mesoclitic structures can be put forward on the bases of three main arguments: a) mesoclisis is not compulsory (i.e., whenever you have a clitic, you can either have mesoclisis or proclisis/enclisis); b) mesoclitic futures and conditionals areattested in interrogative sentences (with wh- elements); and c) they are not found in derived adverbial clauses (which is what you expect if they have an evidential value, since they bring about intervention effects corresponding to the derivational account of conditional and temporal sentences, for example - see Haegeman 2007 and ff.), and are related to high modal expressions (thus interfering with MoodPIrrealis)
Comunicació presentada a: 13th Diachronic Generative Syntax Conference (DIGS XIII), celebrat a la University of Pennsylvania (UPEN),EUA, el 2-5 de juny de 2011
07-03-2012
Català antic -- Clítics -- Congressos
Gramàtica comparada i general -- Clítics -- Congressos
Gramàtica comparada i general -- Sintaxi -- Congressos
Lingüística històrica -- Congressos
Grammar, Comparative and general -- Clitics -- Congresses
Grammar, Comparative and general -- Syntax -- Congresses
Catalan language -- To 1500 -- Clitics -- Congresses
Historical linguistics -- Congresses
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