Absolutely a Matter of Degree: The Semantics of Structural Case in Finnish

(1) What are the functional categories of a language? A proposal. a. Syntax: functional categories are projected by functional heads. b. Morphology: functional categories are assigned by affixes or inherently marked on lexical items.
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