|Abstract||This chapter will concentrate on a range of phenomena that have crucially been held to involve (within Government-Binding Theory and now Minimalism) movement of an element to what is known as an argument position- roughly, a position in which an element can be base-generated and bear a crucial semantic role with respect to the main predicate of a clause. It is to be distinguished from movement to an ~A (read A-bar, or non-argument) position. The two types of movement have very different properties.|
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