High and low phases in Norwegian nominals: Evidence from ellipsis, psychologically distal demonstratives and psychologically proximal possessives
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Original versionIn András Bárány, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.), Syntactic architecture and its consequences II: Between syntax and morphology, 435–450 https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4280665
This squib discusses the idea of a high and a low phase in Norwegian nominals. I argue that ellipsis phenomena and syntactic constructions yielding speaker perspective meanings corroborate the proposal that nominals may have a biphasal structure.