Chapter 2A Criterial approach to V2 and its predictive power
- 2.1The criterial approach to scope-discourse semantics
- 2.1.1Focus adjacency and residual V2
- 2.1.2Towards a peripheral criterion
- 2.2V2 as the sum of residual V2s
- 2.2.1Towards an ideal mechanism
- 2.2.2Scrambling: No “bottleneck effect” in FinP but standard locality principles
- 126.96.36.199On scrambling
- 188.8.131.52Standard locality principles and V2
- 184.108.40.206Scrambling in German root clauses and the features of the verb
- 2.2.3Residual V2s in V2 languages
- 220.127.116.11A sum(mary) of residual V2s: What about the subject?
- 2.3On subject initial clauses
- 2.3.1A subject criterion
- 2.3.2Is a subject always a topic?
- 2.3.3History of V2 and subject-initial clauses
- 2.3.4Towards a typology of V2 languages in subject-initial clauses: Some evidence
- 18.104.22.168Spec-Head configuration in SpecSubjP: Evidence from Swiss Romansh varieties and subject clitics
- 22.214.171.124The verb remains in the IP: Icelandic V3 adverbs
- 126.96.36.199Head trough SubjP, but the subject remains (targets) a lower position
- 188.8.131.52A typology of Subject-initial clauses in V2 languages
- 2.4Summing up: Towards a typology of criterial V2s?