LING250 - INTRODUCTION TO SYNTAX

This course is an introduction to current syntactic theory, covering the principles that govern phrase structure (the composition of phrases and sentences), movement (dependencies between syntactic constituents), and binding (the interpretation of different types of noun phrases). Although much of the evidence discussed in the class will come from English, evidence from other languages will also play an important role, in keeping with the comparative and universalist perspective of modern syntactic theory.
Section 001 - LEC
MW 0200PM-0330PM
SANTORINI, BEATRICE
WILLIAMS HALL 321