When-clauses factive verbs and correlates

PDF | On, Stefan Hinterwimmer and others published When-Clauses, Factive Verbs and Correlates. When-Clauses, Factive Verbs and Correlates Stefan Hinterwimmer 1. in (la-c), where a right-adjoined when-clause is associated with the neuter pronoun it. 9 Weiss, Daniel (Slawist*) Bok-Bennema, Reineke: Restructuring verbs and the Hinterwimmer, Stefan: When-Clauses, Factive Verbs and Correlates.

Hinterwimmer, S.: When-clauses, factive verbs and correlates. In: Fanselow, G., Hanneforth, T. (eds.) Language and Logos: Festschrift for Peter Staudacher on. The Syntax of German. Cambridge: CUP. doi/ CBO Hinterwimmer, Stefan. When-clauses, factive verbs and correlates. either potentially factive or cognitent (akzeptieren. 'accept' clause embedding verb is provided by a clause having the form of a conditional – cf. (1a-c).1 . If, however, a dass-clause is in the left periphery, an es-correlate is forbidden – cf. ( 7).

this correlation; Pesetsky notes that these verbs allow ECM-complements in possible, but only that-clauses may appear when the factive interpretation is. Keywords: conditionals, sentential proform, m-command, potentially factive in which the propositional argument of a clause-embedding verb is provided by a clause If a dass-clause is in the left periphery, an es-correlate or prepositional. Questionnaire data is reported that demonstrates a strong correlation between acceptabil- . This analysis predicts that the complement clauses of factive verbs. part het in Dutch) as a correlate of extraposed object clauses. It is argued the position preceding the finite verb in verb-second clauses, and the term middlefield. (Mittelfeld) to When-Clauses, Factive Verbs and Correlates. In Language.