Discourse and processing approaches to syntactic “island” effects

Lundi 10 Octobre 2022, 14:00
Ted Gibson (MIT, invité UFR-L)
Anne Abeillé (LLF)

Université Paris Cité – Bât. Sophie Germain – Amphithéâtre Türing

Ted Gibson (MIT)
Discourse and processing approaches to syntactic “island” effects

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