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Clause structure and word order in Hebrew and Arabic: An essay in comparative Semitic syntax
U Shlonsky
Oxford University Press, USA, 1997
6021997
Strategies of subject extraction
L Rizzi, U Shlonsky
Interfaces+ recursion= language 89, 115-160, 2007
6002007
Resumptive pronouns as a last resort
U Shlonsky
Linguistic inquiry 23 (3), 443-468, 1992
5631992
The form of Semitic noun phrases
U Shlonsky
Lingua 114 (12), 1465-1526, 2004
4022004
Quantifiers as functional heads: A study of quantifier float in Hebrew
U Shlonsky
Lingua 84 (2-3), 159-180, 1991
3531991
Clitic positions and restructuring in Italian
A Cardinaletti, U Shlonsky
Linguistic Inquiry 35 (4), 519-557, 2004
2842004
The order of verbal complements: A comparative study
A Belletti, U Shlonsky
Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 13 (3), 489-526, 1995
2431995
The cartographic enterprise in syntax
U Shlonsky
Language and Linguistics Compass 4 (6), 417-429, 2010
1942010
Null and displaced subjects
U Shlonsky
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1987
1821987
Remarks and Replies: Where's' Why'?
U Shlonsky, G Soare
Linguistic inquiry 42 (4), 651-669, 2011
1702011
Satisfying the subject criterion by a non subject: English locative inversion and Heavy NP shift
L Rizzi, U Shlonsky
Phases of interpretation, 341-362, 2006
1692006
Agreement in Comp
U Shlonsky
Linguistic review 11 (3-4), 351-375, 1994
1321994
The hierarchical representation of subject verb agreement
U Shlonsky
ms., University of Haifa 2, 1989
1321989
The acquisition of French relative clauses reconsidered
MT Guasti, U Shlonsky
Language Acquisition 4 (4), 257-276, 1995
1001995
Hebrew as a partial null‐subject language
U Shlonsky
Studia linguistica 63 (1), 133-157, 2009
742009
A syntactic view of Romance pronominal sequences
C Laenzlinger
Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/New York 5 (3), 241-270, 1993
711993
Constituent questions in Palestinian Arabic
U Shlonsky
Themes in Arabic and Hebrew syntax, 137-159, 2002
672002
Verb second in Hebrew
U Shlonsky, E Doron
Proceedings of the West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics 10, 431-446, 1992
651992
Complementizer-cliticization in Hebrew and the empty category principle
U Shlonsky
Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 6 (2), 191-205, 1988
631988
Subject positions and copular constructions
U Shlonsky
Interface strategies, 325-347, 2000
622000
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