|Abstract||mar of a language? What are the consequences of these only the ‘tryer’ but also the ‘drinker’, even though the noun roles for syntactic structure, and why does it matter? We phrase Ozzie is not overtly an argument of the verb drink. sketch the Simpler Syntax Hypothesis, which holds that..|
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