Overt infinitival subjects (if that's what they are)
In Broekhuis (ed.), The Organization of Grammar. Mouton--de Gruyter (2005)
|Abstract||Krifka (1998) argues that stressed postposed additive particles associate with a clausemate constrastive topic, which need not be overt as long as it satisfies the appropriate contextual role. English too is stressed. Of the two Hungarian particles, szintén is stressed, is is not.|
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