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FASL 12, 2003

The Ottawa Meeting
2003

edited by

Olga Arnaudova
Wayles Browne
María Luisa Rivero
Danijela Stojanovic


Table of Contents


Preface………………………………………………………………....vii


Articles


John Frederick Bailyn
The Case of Q ..........…………………………………………….…..1

Joanna Blaszczak
Some Notes on Aspect, (Un)ergativity,
and ‘X was not Y’- constructions in Polish...………………………37

Robert D. Borsley
On the Periphery: Comparative
Correlatives in Polish and English……………………...……….....59

Barbara Citko
Agreement Asymmetries in
Coordinate Structures...........…………………………………….....91

Steven Franks and Asya Pereltsvaig
Functional Categories
in the Nominal Domain ………………………………..................109

Dorota Glowacka
Stem Alignment, Syllable Markedness
and Formation of Truncates in Polish........…………………….....129

Helen Goodluck
On Processing and Acquiring Relative
Clauses and Questions in Serbian/Croatian………………………149

Lydia Grebenyova
Interpretation of Slavic Multiple Wh-Questions.............…...…....169

Daniel Curie Hall
A Formal Approach to /v/:
Evidence from Czech and Slovak.........................…………...…...187

T. Florian Jaeger
Topicality and Superiority
in Bulgarian Wh-Questions.............................................................207


Edit Jakab
Counterfactuality and Conditional Inversion
in Russian in the Light of English…………………………….…..229

Mila Tasseva-Kurktchieva
Possessives, Theta Roles, and the
Internal Structure of Bulgarian DPs……………………………....251

Mariana Lambova
V(P)-Fronting and V-Raising
in Bulgarian ……………………………………………............…269

Franc Marušic and Rok Žaucer
A Reanalysis of the FEEL-LIKE
Construction in Slovenian…..........................................…………..293

Ilana Mezhevich
On Russian ‘Expletive’:
Èto and Post-Verbal Clauses...................................………………313

Roland Meyer
Prosody, Mood, and Focus:
A Study of ‘Intonationally marked’
Yes-no Questions in Russian............................…………………...333

Gereon Müller
A Distributed Morphology Approach to
Syncretism in Russian Noun Inflection........................…………..353

Irina A. Sekerina, Eva M. Fernández, and Krassimira A. Petrova
Relative Clause Attachment in Bulgarian.................……………..375


Olga Mišeska Tomic
Genesis of the Balkan Slavic Future Tenses………………….......395

Egor Tsedryk
Case and Agreement in Russian
Adversity Impersonal Constructions...............................………...419

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by Jindrich Toman

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