Japanese Syntax in Comparative Perspective

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Mamoru Saito is Professor of Linguistics at Nanzan University.

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Table of Contents

1 N¢-Ellipsis and the Structure of Noun Phrases in Chinese and Japanese
Mamoru Saito, T.-H. Jonah Lin, and Keiko Murasugi
2 Number and Classifier
Yasuki Ueda
3 On Chinese and Japanese Relative Clauses and NP-Ellipsis
Yoichi Miyamoto
4 Argument Ellipsis, Anti-agreement, and Scrambling
Daiko Takahashi
5 A Comparative Syntax of Ellipsis in Japanese and Korean
Mamoru Saito and Duk-Ho An
6 A Comparative Approach to Japanese Postposing
Yuji Takano
7 Comparative Remarks on Wh-adverbials in Situ in Japanese and Chinese
Tomohiro Fujii, Kensuke Takita, Barry Chung-Yu Yang, and Wei-Tien Dylan Tsai
8 On Multiple Wh-Questions with 'Why' in Japanese and Chinese
Kensuke Takita and Barry Chung-Yu Yang
9 Dative/Genitive Subjects in Japanese: A Comparative Perspective
Hideki Kishimoto
10 Dative Subjects and Impersonals in Null-Subject Languages
Hiroyuki Ura

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