Index

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ+T

A (back to top)

A
as preposition
as reduced form of HAVE

A LITTLE

A SUNDER

A-bar (non-wh) movement, traces of

A-movement, traces of

ABOARD

ABOUT

Absolute clauses

complements of P

headed by active participles

infinitival

other

ADIEU

Adjectives

apparent heads of NP (THE POOR, THE RICH)

conjunction of prenominal with postnominal adjectives

ending in -MOST

locative

predicate

secondary predicates

ADJP complements of P

ADJP-SPR

Adjunct clauses

bare reason (THE RIVER FROZE, IT WAS SO COLD)

infinitival

Adjunction to CP

ADO

ADOWN

Adverbial clauses

adverbial AS clauses

adverbial free relatives

adverbial WHETHER questions

bare adverbial clauses

Adverbial genitives

Adverbial particles

modified by NP measure phrases

Adverbs

directional

ending in -MOST

locative

NP used as adverb

other

temporal

AFAR

AGAIN

AGO

ALBEIT

differences between PPCME2 and later corpora, POS annotation

differences between PPCME2 and later corpora, syntactic annotation

ALIVE

differences between PPCME2 and later corpora

ALL

ALL BE IT, ALBEIT (THAT) clauses

differences between PPCME2 and later corpora

ALL BUT

ALL THAT degree clauses

ALMIGHTY

differences between PPCME2 and later corpora

ALONE

ALONGSIDE

ALRE + superlative

ALSO

ALSWA

Amalgams

Ambiguous attachment

AMEN

AMID

AN

AND

AND SO FORTH

AND SO ON

AND THAT gapping

AND WHICH

ANE

ANOTHER

APON

Appositive THAT clauses

Appositives

at the clausal level

at the phrasal level

in proper nouns

Arbitary subjects, empty

AS

complementizer

degree particle

preposition

AS clauses

AS clauses with a gap

AS clauses without a gap

AS degree complement clauses

AS free relatives

AS relative clauses

AS ... SO clauses

AS FAR AS

AS IT WERE

AS TOUCHING

AS WELL AS

AS X SAID

ASLEEP

ASSWA

AT

AT BEST

AT FARTHEST

AT FULL

AT LARGE

AT PRESENT

AT QUIET

AT UTMOST

Attachment ambiguity

AY

Asides

Auxiliary verbs

Avoiding redundant NPR, in connection with proper nouns

A+TET

B (back to top)
BACK

Backwards gapping

Bare adverbial clauses

Bare NP

Bare reason adjuncts (THE RIVER FROZE, IT WAS SO COLD)

BECAUSE

BESIDE

BID

BOTH

BREAK

BROTHERS AND SISTERS HAVE I NONE

BUT

BY FAR

C (back to top)
Cardinal numbers (except ONE)

CASE

Chopping (see Deletion of stranded prepositions)

CHURCH

CITY

Class I ditransitives

Class II ditransitives

Clausal conjunction

Clausal conjunction and shared modifiers

Clause-adjoined relatives

Clauses, internal structure of

Clauses, subordinate (treated as P + CP)

Cognate object verbs, NP-OB2 with

Collective nouns

Color terms

Common nouns

Comparative AS ... SO clauses

Comparative adjectives (POS)

Comparative adjectives (syntax)

Comparative adjectives as NP

Comparative subdeletion

Comparatives

Comparatives, correlative, elided

Comparatives, correlative, full

Comparatives, implied

Comparatives, with empty expletive subjects

Compass point adjectives (EASTERN, NORTHERN, SOUTHERN, WESTERN)

Compass points

Complement of ADJ

Complement of ADV

Complement of N

Complement of P

Complement of Q

Complement vs. parenthetical

Complementizers

Complementizers, empty

Complex predicates, NP object + clause with

Complex predicates, NP object + PP with (see Complex predicates, NP object + clause with)

Compound nouns

Compounds, splitting and joining of

Concessive clauses

Concessive clauses, differences between PPCME2 and later corpora

Conditionals, imperatives used as (see Pseudo-imperatives)

Conditionals, V1

Conjoined adjectives, prenominal and postnominal

Conjoined direct speech

Conjoined subjects, empty

CONJP with silent conjunction

Conjunction, clausal

Conjunction, correlative

Conjunction, phrase-level

Conjunction, phrase-level, correlative

Conjunction, silent

Conjunction, word-level

Conjunction, word-level, correlative

Conjunction and extraposition

Conjunction and negation

Conjunction of CPs

Conjunction of embedded IPs

Conjunction of matrix IPs

Conjunction of unlike categories

Conjunction of unlike categories, word-level

Conjunction vs. gapping

Conjunction structures, recursive

Conjunctions, coordinating

Conjunctions, floated

Conjunctions, subordinating

CONSIDER

Constituent-final traces

Constituent-initial traces

Coordination vs. gapping

Coordinating conjunctions

Copula, missing

Copular verbs

Correlative comparatives, elided

Correlative comparatives, full

Correlative conjunction

Correlative conjunction, phrase-level

Correlative conjunction, word-level

COUPLE

CP adjunction

CP-ADT (see NOT THAT ...)

CP-ADV headed by THAT

CP complements of ADJ

CP complements of ADV

CP complements of N

CP complements of P

CP conjunction

CP-EOP

CP, non-wh

CP recursion

CP-TMC

CP, wh-

D (back to top)
DARE (modal vs. verb)

Dash tags

DATA

Dates (see Points in time)

Dative of possession

Defaults in ambiguous cases (for convenience, the default is always listed first)

AN (D vs. ONE)

ADJ vs. NPR

Argument vs. adjunct

Complement vs. adjunct

Conjunction vs. gapping

Coordination vs. gapping

CP-QUE vs. CP-FRL

D vs. ONE

Existential vs. locative THERE

Extraction vs. parenthetical

Extraction vs. pied piping

FOR vs. P

FS vs. REP

HER (PRO vs. PRO$)

HERSELF (PRO+N vs. PRO$+N)

High attachment vs. low attachment

Indirect question vs. free relative

IP-ABS vs. FRAG

IP-PPL-ABS vs. FRAG

Movement vs. parenthetical

Movement vs. pied piping

PRO vs. PRO$

PRO+N vs. PRO$+N

Pseudo-imperative vs. true imperative

QTP vs. FRAG

Reduced relative clauses vs. participial clauses (no clear default)

Subject vs. floated quantifier

Subordinate clause vs. parenthetical

THERE (EX vs. ADV)

Degree OVER

Degree complements

Degree complements, extraposed

Degree infinitives

Degree infinitives, with a gap

Degree infinitives, without a gap

Deletion of stranded prepositions

Determiners

DEVIL

Direct questions

Direct questions without inversion

Direct speech

Direct speech, conjoined

Direct wh- questions

Direct WHETHER questions

Directional adverbs

Directional NP

DIRECTLY

Disfluencies

Ditransitives, Class I

Ditransitives, Class II

Ditransitives, NP object + clause with

Division into sentence tokens

DO

DO WELL TO

DO (causative vs. periphrastic), differences between PPCME2 and later corpora

DO SO, NP-OB2 with

Dollar tag

DOUBLE

DOWNWARD

DOZEN

DUTCHMAN (see ENGLISHMAN)

E (back to top)
EACH IN HIS OWN WAY

EARLY

EARNEST

Echo questions

ECM verbs, inherent

ECM verbs, passive of

ECM vs. object control

EITHER

EKE

-ELAB

Elaborations

Elision

in comparative clauses

in parenthetical clauses

in possessive constructions (see NP with empty head)

of FOR or TO in conjoined infinitives

of verbs after modals

Ellipsis (see Elision)

ELSE

ELSE, differences between PPCME2 and later corpora

Emendations

Empty arbitary subjects

Empty categories

Empty categories, position of

Empty category, generic

Empty complementizers

Empty conjoined subjects

Empty elements of verbal complex

Empty expletive IT

Empty expletive THERE

Empty expletive subjects

Empty expletive subjects, comparatives with

Empty expletives

Empty heads of noun phrases

Empty objects

Empty operators (see CP-EOP)

Empty presentational THERE

Empty pro

Empty subjects

Empty subjects, position of

Empty wh- phrases

ENGLISHMAN

ENOUGH

ENOUGH, differences between PPCME2 and later corpora

ERE LONG

ETC.

EVEN

Events as proper nouns

EVER

EVER LONGER, THE WORSE

EVERY

EXCEEDING

Exceptional Case-Marking (ECM) vs. object control

Exceptions to splitting words

Exclamatives

EXEANT (see EXIT)

EXEAT (see EXIT)

EXEUNT (see EXIT)

Existential THERE

EXIT

Expletive IT

Expletive IT, empty

Expletive objects

Expletive THERE

Expletive THERE, empty

Expletive subjects

Expletive subjects, empty

Expletive subjects, overt

Expletives, empty

Expletives, in impersonal constructions

Extended tags

Extraction vs. parenthetical

Extraposed complement clauses (see Extraposed THAT clauses)

Extraposed CONJP

Extraposed degree complements

Extraposed infinitival subjects

Extraposed infinitives

Extraposed relative clauses

Extraposed subject THAT clauses

Extraposed THAT clauses

Extraposition, traces of

F (back to top)
FACE TO FACE

False starts

FAR

FAREWELL

FAST

File formats

FIRST

First and second objects

Floated conjunctions

Floated quantifiers

Focus particles, attachment

Focus particles, list of

FOR

FOR CERTAIN

FOR PRESENT

FOR SURE

FORASMUCH

Foreign names

Foreign words

FORMER

Forms that are treated as written

FORTH

FORTNIGHT

FORWHI

FORWHI + clause

Fragments

Free relatives

Free relatives, adverbial

Free relatives, AS

Free relatives, infinitival

Free relatives, non-wh

Free relatives, verb fronting in

Free relatives, vs. indirect questions

Free relatives, wh-

Free relatives, WHETHER

FRENCHMAN (see ENGLISHMAN)

Frequency

FROM ... TO

Fronting to pre-complementizer position

Fronting to Spec(CP)

Fronting to Spec(PP)

FS

FURTHER

Fused forms

G (back to top)
Gapping

Gapping, backwards

Gapping vs. conjunction

Gapping vs. coordination

GATE

Generic empty category

Genitives (POS)

Genitives (syntax)

Genitives, adverbial

Gerunds (see also Participial clauses)

GIVE ME TO DRINK (see Purpose infinitives, with a gap)

GO (AND) ...

GOD

GOOD-BYE

GREAT BRITAIN

Groups as proper nouns

H (back to top)

HAD LIKE TO

HALF

HAND AND FOOT

Helsinki Corpus of English Texts, Manual to Diachronic Part

HER

High attachment, default

HIM ANE

HOW BE IT (THAT), HOWBEIT clauses, differences between PPCME2 and later corpora

HOWBEIT

HOWBEIT (POS), differences between PPCME2 and later corpora

HOWEVER

I (back to top)
I KNOW NOT WHAT (see Amalgams)

IF

IF NOT

IF questions

ILKE

ILL

Imperatives

Imperatives used as conditionals (see Pseudo-imperatives)

Impersonal constructions, expletives in

Implied comparatives

Implied conditionals (see Pseudo-imperatives)

IN

IN BRIEF

IN CASE (THAT)

IN CHIEF

IN COMMON

IN EARNEST

IN FULL

IN FUTURE

IN GENERAL

IN ORDER TO

IN ORDINARY

IN PARTICULAR

IN PRESENT

IN PRIVATE

IN PUBLIC

IN QUIET

IN SHORT

IN (E)SPECIAL

IN VAIN

INASMUCH

Indefinite pronoun MAN (Middle English)

Indirect questions

Indirect questions, vs. free relatives

Indirect WHETHER questions

Infinitival adjuncts

Infinitival complements

Infinitival free relatives

Infinitival questions

Infinitival relatives

Infinitival subjects

Infinitival subjects, extraposed

Infinitival subjects, in situ

Infinitive for finite clause

Infinitive markers

Infinitives

Infinitives, extraposed

Infinitives, purpose

Infinitives, purpose, with a gap

Infinitives, purpose, without a gap

Infinitives, with FOR TO

INNER

INNERMOST

INSIDE

Interjections

Interjection phrases

Internal structure of clauses

Internal structure of phrases

INTO, splitting and joining

IT clefts

IT, empty expletive

IT, expletive

J (back to top)
K (back to top)

KEEP (see Secondary predicate NP)

KIND

L (back to top)
Languages as proper nouns

LAST

LATE (see EARLY)

LATER

LATTER

LEAST

LEAST, differences between PPCME2 and later corpora

LEAVE (see Secondary predicate NP)

Left dislocation

LESS

LESS, differences between PPCME2 and later corpora

LET

LET ALONE

LET BLOOD

-LFD

LIKE (adjective)

LIKE (verb)

LIKE and similar verbs (LACK, NEED, WANT)

LIKE and similar verbs (LACK, NEED, WANT), differences between PPCME2 and later corpora

Linking verbs (see Copular verbs)

LITTLE (see also A LITTLE)

List markers

Liturgical texts as proper nouns

Locative adjectives

Locative adverbs

Locative NP

LONG

LOWER

LOWERMOST

M (back to top)
MAKE

MAN

MANNER

MANY

MARRY

MARY

Maximizing internal structure, in connection with proper nouns

MEANS

Measure NP, modifier of N

Measure NP, sentence-level

Measure NP, degree

Measure NP, distance

Measure NP, time

Measure phrases, differences between PPCME2 and later corpora

MED

METHINKS

MICHEL

MIDDLE

Middle English Dictionary

Missing copula

Missing objects

Mixed gerunds

Modals

Modals as main verbs

Modifiers, shared

Modifiers, traces of

Modifiers of ADJ

Modifiers of ADV

Modifiers of N

Modifiers of P

Modifiers of Q

MOON

MORE

MORE, differences between PPCME2 and later corpora

MOST

-MOST, adjectives and adverbs ending in

MOST, differences between PPCME2 and later corpora

Movement out of ADJP

Movement out of infinitival clause

Movement out of NP

Movement out of PP

Movement vs. parenthetical

MUCH

MUCH, differences between PPCME2 and later corpora

N (back to top)
Names of events as proper nouns

Names of groups as proper nouns

Names of languages as proper nouns

NAWIHT

NE

NEAR

NEED(S) (adverbial)

NEED (impersonal)

NEED (modal vs. verb)

NEG ... BUT

Negation (POS)

Negation (syntax)

Negation, conjunction and

NEITHER

NETHER

NETHERMOST

NEVER

NEVER A PENNY

NEWS

NEXT

NIGH

NO

NO MATTER WHAT

Non-wh CPs

Non-wh free relatives

Nonargument NP

Nonargument reflexives

Nonstructural syntactic tags

NONE

NOT

NOT THAT ...

NOT (ONLY) X BUT (ALSO) Y

NOTWITHSTANDING

NOUGHT

Nouns, collective

Nouns, common

Nouns, plural

Nouns, singular

NOW THAT

NP, adverbial (NP-ADV)

NP, bare

NP, directional (NP-DIR)

NP, locative (NP-LOC)

NP, measure phrase (NP-MSR)

NP, measure phrase, degree

NP, measure phrase, distance

NP, measure phrase, time

NP, measure phrase modifier of adverbial particles

NP, nonargument (NP-ADT)

NP, secondary predicate (NP-SPR)

NP, temporal (NP-TMP)

NP, with empty head

NP complements of ADJ

NP complements of N

NP complements of P

NP complements of Q

NP-OB1, in copular constructions

NP-OB1, with LIKE and similar verbs

NP-OB1, with monotransitive verb

NP-OB2, in copular constructions

NP-OB2, with cognate object verbs

NP-OB2, with DO SO

NP-OB2, with impersonal verbs

NP-OB2, with LIKE and similar verbs

NP-OB2, with verbs of motion

NP object + clause

NP object + clause, with complex predicates

NP object + PP, with complex predicates (see NP object + clause, with complex predicates)

NP object + clause, with ditransitives

NP object + clause, with monotransitives

Number phrase

Number phrase, special cases

Numbers, cardinal (except ONE)

Numbers, ordinal

O (back to top)
Object control

Object control, ECM vs.

Objects, empty

Objects, first and second

OF CERTAIN

OF NEW

OF OLD

Offices

ON INSTANT

ON PURPOSE TO (see IN ORDER TO)

ONCE

ONE

ONE AFTER THE OTHER (see EACH IN HIS OWN WAY)

ONE, head of NP

ONE ..., THE OTHER ... (see Absolute clauses)

ONLY

Operators, empty (see CP-EOP)

OR

ORDER (see IN ORDER TO)

Ordinary IPs

Ordinal numbers

OTHER

OTHER, head of NP

OUGHT TO

OUTER

OUTERMOST

OUTSIDE (see INSIDE)

OUTWARD

OVER

Overt expletive subjects

P (back to top)
Parenthetical IPs

Parenthetical vs. complement (see Parenthetical vs. extraction)

Parenthetical vs. extraction

Parenthetical vs. movement (see Parenthetical vs. extraction)

Parenthetical vs. subordinate clause (see Parenthetical vs. extraction)

Parentheticals, clause-level

Parentheticals, phrase-level

Parentheticals, with elision

Parsed files

Part-of-speech (POS) tagged files

Part-of-speech (POS) tags

Participial clauses

Participial clauses, complements of P

Participial clauses, complements of V

Participial clauses, vs. reduced relative clauses

Participial clauses, with subjects

Participial clauses, with subjects as subjects

Participial clauses, without subjects

Participle, present, for infinitive

Participles

Participles, adjectival vs. verbal

Participles, unmodified

Participles, with modifying adverb

Participles, with modifying noun

PASSING

Passive

Passive trace indicated

PAST

PEOPLE

PERCENT, PER CENT

Philosophy and goals of annotation

Phrase-level conjunction

Phrase-level correlative conjunction

Phrases, internal structure of

Pied piping

PLEASE

PLENTY

Plural marking in proper nouns

Plural nouns

Points in time

POS tags

POS-tagged files

Position of empty categories

Position of empty subjects

Position of traces

Possessive clitics

Possessive pronouns

Possessives and genitives (POS)

Possessives and genitives (syntax)

POST

Postmodifiers

Postmodifiers, differences between PPCME2 and later corpora

Postmodifiers, shared

Postnominal adjectives, conjoined with prenominal adjectives

Postposed SUCH

PP, pre-head complements in

PP complements of ADJ

PP complements of ADV

PRAY

Pre-head complements in PP

Premodifiers, shared

Prenominal adjectives, conjoined with postnominal adjectives

Predicate adjectives

Preposition + demonstrative

Preposition + demonstrative + clause

Preposition + R-pronoun

Preposition stranding + passive

Prepositional A

Prepositional phrases

Prepositions, resumptive

Present participle for infinitive

Presentational THERE, empty

Presentational THERE (POS)

Presentational THERE (syntax)

PRITHEE

PRIVATE, IN

-PRN

pro, empty

Probable errors, treatment of

Pronouns

Pronous, as heads of NP

Pronouns, resumptive

Proper nouns

Proper nouns, by form

Proper nouns, by type of referent

Proper nouns, plural marking in

Protasis, imperatives used as (see Pseudo-imperatives)

Pseudo-imperatives (CROSS THE LINE, AND I SHOOT)

Pseudo-passive

PUBLIC, IN

Punctuation, sentence-final

Punctuation, sentence-internal

Purpose infinitives

Purpose infinitives, with a gap

Purpose infinitives, without a gap

Q (back to top)

QP

QTP

Quantified adverbs and nouns, splitting and joining

Quantifier phrases

Quantifiers and quantified expressions, differences between PPCME2 and later corpora

Quantifiers as adjectives, differences between PPCME2 and later corpora

Quantifiers, floated

Quantifiers, stylistic fronting of

Questions

Questions, direct, without inversion

Questions, echo

Questions, indirect

Questions, infinitival

Questions, second conjunct of

Questions, tag

QUIET

Quotation marks

QUOTHA

R (back to top)
R-pronouns (THEREFORE, THEREUPON, etc.)

R-pronouns, preposition with

R-pronouns, splitting and joining

R-pronouns, traces of

Raising, subject

RATHER

Recursive conjunction structures

Reduced relative clauses

Reduced relative clauses, vs. participial clauses

Reflexive pronouns

Reflexive pronouns, nonargument

Relative clauses

Relative clauses, AS

Relative clauses, extraposed

Relative clauses, infinitival

Remnant topicalization

REP

Repetitions

REQUIRE (see PRAY)

Resultative ADJP (see Secondary predicate ADJP)

Resultative NP (see Secondary predicate NP)

Resumptive elements

Resumptive elements, coindexing

Resumptive prepositions

Resumptive pronouns

REVEREND

Right-node raising

-RSP

Rx (= recipe)

S (back to top)
SAID X

SAME

SAVE

SAVING (see SAVE)

SCORE

Scrambling out of ADJP

Scrambling out of NP

Scrambling out of PP

SCRIPTURE

SE +TE relative clauses

Secondary predicate ADJP

Secondary predicate NP

Sentence breaks

Sentence-final punctuation

Sentence-internal punctuation

Sentence tokens, division into

SEVENNIGHT

SHAME (impersonal)

Shared modifiers

Shared modifiers, clausal conjunction and

Shared postmodifiers

Shared premodifiers

SCORE

SIDE

SIDEWAYS

Silent conjunction

Single NP as NP-OB1

Single NP as NP-OB2

Singular nouns

SLEEP

Sluicing

Small clause licensers

Small clauses

Small clauses as complements of P

SO (adverb) (see also AS ... SO clauses)

SO (degree)

SO (preposition)

SO AS

SO AS THAT

SO AS TO

SO BE IT (THAT) clauses, differences between PPCME2 and later corpora

SO THAT

SOBEIT

SOMEWHAT

SOMEWHAT, differences between PPCME2 and later corpora

-SPE

Specifiers of PP

Split topicalization

Splitting and joining compounds

Splitting and joining words

Splitting and joining words, differences between PPCME2 and later corpora

Splitting and joining words, difficult cases

Splitting and joining words, exceptions

Splitting and joining words, overview

Stage directions (see EXIT)

STILL

STORE

Stranded prepositions, deletion of

Stylistic fronting of quantifiers

Subject raising

Subjects

Subjects, infinitival

Subjunctive

Subordinate clause vs. parenthetical

Subordinate clauses (treated as P + CP)

Subordinating conjunctions

SUCH

SUCH, comparatives with

SUCH, postposed

SUDDEN

SUN

Superlative adjectives and adverbs

apparent superlatives

as heads of NP

construed with genitive

POS annotation

syntactic annotation

Syntactic tags

basic

extended

nonstructural

T (back to top)

-TAG

Tag questions

Tags, basic syntactic

Tags, extended syntactic

Tags, miscellaneous

Tags, part-of-speech (POS)

Tags, syntactic

Temporal adverbs

Temporal NP

TESTAMENT

Text files

Text markup

THAN (preposition)

THANK GOD

THANKS

THAT as head of CP-ADV

THAT clauses, adverbial

THAT clauses, appositive

THAT clauses, complements

THAT clauses, extraposed

THAT IS (TO SAY/UNDERSTAND)

THE MORE, THE MERRIER

THE MORE YOU SAVE, THE BETTER

THE MORE YOU SPEND, THE MORE YOU SAVE

THE THAT free relatives

THERE

THERE, existential (POS)

THERE, existential (syntax)

THERE, presentational (POS)

THERE, presentational (syntax)

THERE free relatives

THERE relative clauses

THEREFORE

THILKE

THRICE

TIMES (as arithmetic operator)

TO SLEEP

TO WIT

TODAY

TODO

TOMORROW

TONE

TONIGHT

TOO

Topicalization, split

TOTHER

TOUCHING

TOUGH movement

TOWER

Traces

Traces, A-movement

Traces, A-bar (non-wh) movement

Traces, constituent-final

Traces, constituent-initial

Traces, extraposition

Traces, modifiers

Traces, position

Traces, R-pronouns

Traces, wh- movement

Treated as written

Treatment of probable errors

TRIPLE

TRY (AND) ...

TWENTY MILES FROM LONDON

Two NP objects

TWICE

U (back to top)

UNDERMOST

Unexpressed verb of motion

Unique entities as proper nouns

Unitary adjectives

Unitary adverbs and prepositions

Unitary nouns

Unitary verbs

Unitary words

Units of measure

UNTO

Unknown part-of-speech (POS) tag

Unknown syntactic tag

Unlike categories, conjunction of

Unlike categories, word-level conjunction

Unmodified participles

UPON, splitting and joining

UPPER

UPPERMOST

UPRIGHT

UPWARD

UTMOST

UTTERMOST

V (back to top)
V to C movement

V1 conditionals

VAIN, IN

VB-LFD (see Verb fronting in free relatives)

VB-RSP (see Verb fronting in free relatives)

Verb fronting in free relatives

Verb of motion, unexpressed

Verb phrase

Verbal complex, empty elements of

Vocatives

VP

VP extraction

VP in parentheticals

VP topicalization

W (back to top)
WALDES (see WILLES)

-WARD

-WARD, splitting and joining

WEEK

WELCOME, differences between PPCME2 and later corpora

WELL

Wh- CPs

Wh- free relatives

Wh- infinitives

Wh- movement, traces of

Wh- phrases

Wh- phrases, empty

Wh- pronouns

Wh- words

Wh- words as interjections

WHAT

WHATEVER

WHEN

WHERE

WHETHER

WHETHER free relatives

WHETHER OR NO(T)

WHETHER questions, adverbial

WHETHER questions, direct

WHETHER questions, indirect

WHICH

WHILE

WILLES

WISE

WIT (see TO WIT)

WOE (impersonal)

WONDER

Word-level conjunction

Word-level conjunction of unlike categories

Word-level correlative conjunction

Words as clause-level constituents

Words that are treated as written

WORTH

WOULD GOD

WRIT

X (back to top)
X AND NOT Y
Y (back to top)
YES/NO questions

YESTERDAY

YET

YONDER

Z (back to top)
Zodiac signs
+T (back to top)
+TA+TA