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Caponigro (2004). HEAD MOVEMENT.

URL: http://www.onelulu.it/ivano/Ling312/Material/Ling%20312_S04_wk%2011_OH.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2886&langcode=fra (2020-08-10).


Example #1:

    a. Jean réspondait complètement à la question.
    Jean answered completely        to the question
    `Jean completely answered the question.'
Example #2:

    15) a. Je mange souvent des pommes.
    I eat      often      some apples
    `I often eat apples.'
Example #3:

    16) a. Jean (ne)          va        pas au       magasin.
    Jean ("ne") goes not to-the store.
    `Jean doesn't go to the store.'
Example #4:

    Réspondait-il complètement à la question?
    answered-he completely to the question
    `Did he completely answer the question?'
Example #5:

    17) Quoi que             tu       as     fait?
    what that.COMPLEMETIZER you have done
    `What have you done?'