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Meet the Author
Daniel P. Hole, born in 1969, holds an M.A. degree in Theoretical Linguistics, Phonetics and Philosophy, and a Ph.D. degree in Linguistics. Following studies in Munich, Cologne, Berlin and Taibei, he now works as an assistant lecturer at the University of Munich. His research interests include information-structure, typology and diathesis alternations, with emphasis put on the integration of results from formal semantics.
1. Introduction 2. Use types 3. Triggers and constraints: where parametric cái, jiù, dou and ye must (not) be used 4. Cái, jiù, dou, ye and focus semantics 5. Problems and refinements 6. Conclusions and outlook 7. References