Η άρνηση στις μικρές προτασιακές φράσειςPart of : Γλωσσολογία ; Vol.13, 2001, pages 35-46
In this paper we discuss negation in Small Clauses in Modern Greek (MGr) because: a) Negation in MG r has been discussed in full clauses (sentential negation) and very roughly as a constituent negation, whereas Small Clauses (SC) are idiosyncratic syntactic constructions as far as their functional categories is concerned, although they do have a sentential status. b) Negation in MG r is expressed by a number of lexical elements. It is very interesting, thus, to see which negative elements are observed in SCs and what kind of negation we have, sentential or constituent negation. Our results become arguments for the status and function of negation in MG r as well as for the SCs, their status and the functional categories they include.
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