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(p. 955) Subject Index

(p. 955) Subject Index

A(naphoric)-deaccenting and Nuclear Stress (NS) Shift see deaccenting
aboutness topic see topic
aboutness condition 742–4
accent:
contrastive accent see contrastive accent
deaccentuation see deaccentuation
focus accent see focus accent
new-information accent 537, 539, 592
nuclear (pitch) accent see nuclear accent / nuclear pitch accent
phrase accent see phrase accent
pitch accent see pitch accent (PA)
prenuclear accent see prenuclear accent
production of pitch accents 536–7
word accent see word accent
accessibility 43, 47, 48, 544, 132, 542–5, 553, 558–9, 548–9, 591–2, 611
accommodation 51ff, 94–96, 99, 133–4, 142–3, 257, 584, 592
of questions 71, 94
Across The Board (ATB) 371–2, 378
additive particle 79, 352, 728–9, 832
afterthoughts 414, 649–51, 708
AlignHead constraint 452–4
alternative semantics / Alternative Semantics 5, 19, 65–6, 90, 129–35, 229, 245–50, 253–4, 315, 318, 350–2, 354, 489
alternatives / focus alternative 129–31, 253–4, 490, 544, 592, 597, 702
processing of see processing
ambiguity 72–3, 777
American farmer sentence see farmer sentence
anaphoric dependence 394, 396–7, 399–400, 592
anaphoric presupposition trigger 351
annotation 603ff
automatic annotation 614ff
coreference annotation 605ff
evaluation of 608ff
of information status 605ff
manual annotation 603ff
anterior negativity (AN) 591, 596, 598
approximatives 113–6, 120, 126
assertoric inertia 108–9, 114–6, 120–1, 127
association with contrastive topic 729
association with focus 22, 105, 255, 317–9, 330, 483–4, 486–7, 491–2, 495, 500, 502, 728–9, see also focus association
at-issueness 101
degrees of 109–12, 127
attention 557
attention orienting 582, 583–585, 590, 592–4, 597–8
Autonomy of Syntax hypothesis 433–8
Availability constraints 94
B-accent 67
Baker ambiguities 240
bare argument ellipsis (BAE) see ellipsis
beliefs, desires, and intentions 91
binding 693–4
bleaching 503–4
boundary tone 449–50, 468, 478, 697–8, 701
brow raise 821–3, 829–32
cartography 438–9, 621, 626, 630, 633, 692
cataphora 258
clash avoidance 499, 517
clause 775
embedded 309ff
left periphery of the 149, 287–9, 294ff, 621, 625-7, 633–5, 638–9, 643–49, 690
right periphery of the 649–53
cleft 57–8, 117–27, 318, 322, 324–7, 333, 335, 593, 722
and pseudo-cleft 755–7
clitic doubling 383–5, 393ff, 399, 627, 689–91, 698, 707–8, 724
clitic pronoun / pronominal clitic 402, 406, 724–5, 726–8
coherence relation see discourse relations
coherence theory of truth see truth
common ground / Common Ground (CG) 42ff, 74, 76, 108–11, 115, 120, 334, 336–7, 351–2, 416–8
CG Content 5
CG Management 5, 42–4, 53–5, 332, 336–7
definition of 4–5
configurationality 424–5
conflict:
constraint 203–23, 329, 451–4, 460, 660–1
between modules 221
Congruence constraints 94–5
consensus theory of truth see truth
conservativity 252
context 254, 337, 351, 583, 587, 590–3, 595–7
contrast / contrastiveness 78–9, 270–89, 383, 387, 389, 390ff, 398, 400–1, 415, 429, 431–2, 436, 545, 593–6, 621–2, 626–32, 635–40, 701, 705, 729–731, 733–7, 739–40, 743, 746–7, 749, 750–2
constituents 271–5, 279–80, 287
discourse relations see discourse relations
interrogatives and 278, 280–1
contrastive accent 284, 286–7, 498–9, 534–6, 700–2
contrastive ellipsis (CE) see ellipsis
contrastive focus see focus
contrastive interpretation 363, 375, 379
contrastive topic (CT) 64–80, 89, 281–2, 348, 360, 374, 376, 428, 431, 433, 439, 626, 629–32, 636, 638, 645, 657, 663–4, 671–2, 704, 706–7, 716–7, 725–6, 729, 730–1, 734, 739, 749, 765–7, 820, 828
contrastive topic marker 69, 73, 595, 729–31
CT+F(ocus) contour 67
CT-semantics 66
licensing by alternatives 37
conventional implicature 66, 74, 108–10, 112–5, 117–9, 124–5, 127
conventionalized association 255
conversational implicature 108–12, 115, 120, 126–7
conversational operator 298
coordinate structures 550
corpus/corpora 599–617
corpus architecture 604ff
task-based 602ff
correction 273, 276, 278–9, 283, 287–9, 485, see also focus
correspondence theory of truth see truth
crosslinguistic variation 213–4, 215–6
D-linking 49–50, 705–6, 721
d-pronoun, German 407–8
dative shift 624, 634
deaccenting / destressing 42–54, 57–8, 60–2, 467–9, 544, 699, 707
A(naphoric)-deaccenting and Nuclear Stress (NS) Shift 167, 177n27, 180–4
deaccentuation 143–4, 485, 487, 498, 544, 621, 622–4, 628, 640, 715–6, 724
declarative 304
defeasible entailment 351
DeStressGiven constraint 452–3, 489
determiner 251, 260, 265–6
weak determiner 260
(p. 957) discourse particle see focus-sensitive operator/particle, see also doch, ja
discourse referent 257–8, 332–3, 485, 592–7, 607, 611, 613
discourse relations 59–60, 271, 275–80, 281–3, 287–9, 714, 723
discourse situation 306ff
discourse template 439
discourse-configurationality 422–3, 427, 690, 692
strong 432–3
weak 432–3
discourse-prominence 425–7, 543, 592
disjunction 233, 237
alternative semantics 38
dislocation 402–21
clitic left dislocation 428, 431, 625, 627, 643–646, 649–50, 655, 657, 659–660, 688
clitic left dislocation, definition of 403–5
clitic right dislocation, definition of 403–5
contrastive left dislocation, definition of 403–5
contrastive topic left dislocation 428
D-type dislocation, definition of 403–5
English left dislocation 407
H-type dislocation, definition of 403–5
hanging topic / hanging topic left dislocation 428, 643–5, 649, 659, 725, 820
hanging topic, definition of 403–5
left dislocation / left object dislocation 398ff, 428–9, 513–4, 518, 560, 688–9, 704–8, 749, 820
right dislocated topic 650–1, 653, 657–8, 659–60, 662
right dislocation 390, 395ff, 399, 409–10, 429, 707, 760, 769
distinguished variables 240, 248–50
diversity 1–2
dominance reversal 828, 830, 832
doubling 724, 725–6, 829
downstep 471–3, 477–81, 712, 715
economy 436–8
eigentlich 507
ellipsis 144–5, 334, 723, 758–60, 769
bare argument ellipsis (BAE) 374–7
contrastive ellipsis (CE) 360, 364, 370–71
givenness marking ellipsis (GME) 334, 364, 366–7, 370, 382
NP-ellipsis (NPE) 362–3, 365, 367–8, 369n2, 370, 382
TP-ellipsis (TPE) 362–5, 367, 369, 382
VP-ellipsis (VPE) 362–7, 370, 378, 382, 728
emphasis 543, 638, 748, 778, 829, see also stress
epithet 498
event-related brain potentials (ERPs) 581–98
events 256–7
exhaustivity / exhaustive(ness) 64–5, 109, 117–27, 273, 664, 671, 677–8, 681–2, 730–4, 722
extended Argument Dependency Model (eADM) 597–8
extended indirect reference hypothesis 471, see also indirect reference hypothesis
extraction 696–7
extraposition 384, 389–90, 628
eye-tracking methods 525–6, 532, 750, 752
F-feature 190, 273, 463, 470–1, 474, 476, see also focus feature
F-marking / F-marked 54ff, 189–190, 192–5, 196–7, 200, 274–5, 279, 282, 286–7, 485–7, 489–92, 499–501, see also focus marking
and givenness see givenness
F-projection 192–8, see also focus projection
F0 / f0
lowering of 470–81, 745–9, 751
range 286, 745–9, 751
farmer sentence 22, 25, 271, 452–7, 499
feature-checking 437
file card semantics 82–5
final lowering 473, 474n3
first conjunct (FC) 359–60, 372–3, 376–8, 380–1
First Occurrence Focus (FOF) see focus
focal accent see focus accent
focalization 780
Focus (functional projection) 149–52, 558, 825
(p. 958) focus:
in A′-related phenomena 390ff
annotation of 606–8
association with focus see association with focus, see also focus association
broad focus 280, 283, 285–7, 346, 747
compositional semantics 28–33
contrastive import 646–8, 650, 651–2, 654–5, 661
corrective focus 273, 275–9, 288–9, 593, 748, 750–1, 829
corrective import 647, 651, 655
definition of 5–6
on determiners 265–6
effect on quantification 253
effect on stress 441–462, 466–9
effect on tonal height 469–82
effect on truth conditions 22
exclusive focus 273, 740
F-marking / F-marked see F-marking / F-marked
First Occurrence Focus (FOF) 457–61, 483–5, 487–9, 491–7, 501–2
givenness and see givenness
identificational focus 287–8, 422, 431–3, 676–7, 681, 702–3, 722
in situ focus 119, 121, 124–5, 127, 204–5, 323, 696–7
left peripheral focus see focus fronting
licensing by alternatives 27
licensing by entailment 33
mirative import 646n10, 647–8, 659
multiple (occurrence of) focus 64–7, 241, 474–6, 663, 748, 751
narrow focus 280, 284–6, 347, 627–8, 702–4, 747
nested foci see nested foci
(new) information focus / informational focus 273–4, 431, 490, 646, 648, 651–3, 654–5, 661, 734–5, 750, 826–7
polarity focus 71, 297, 726–8
post-verbal focus 204, 325, 646, 650, 651–3, 656, 660–2
pragmatic focus 87
pragmatic use of 5, 486–7
predicate focus 163, 314–335
prosodic focus see in-situ focus
scope of 24–5
Second Occurrence Focus (SOF) 58, 62, 457–61, 483–502
semantic focus 87, 486, 499
semantic use of 5
structural focus 109, 117–8, 121–7, 664, 677, 682
subject focus 327, 331, 335
TAM-focus 314–5, 321, 327
term focus 315–9, 323, 325–9, 331–5
topical focus 73–5, 738–9, 752
unstressed focus 217–8
verum focus 290ff, 315, 327, 356, 714, 726–8, 738
focus accent 314, 318, 320, 322–4, 329–30, 333–4, 345, 449–462
focus accent thesis (FAT) 298
focus association 350, 354, 739, see also association with focus
focus–background 136, 141, 503, 672–85, 825–32
focus domain 191, 444, 489, 499, 747
focus exponent 345–6, 348–50, 357, 486, 489, 710, 713, 715–6, 719, 720–1
focus feature 312, 427, 434–6, see also F-feature
focus interpretation 129–33
focus marking 315, 317, 319, 323–4, 326–9, 331–4, 733–40, 746, 751–2, see also F-marking / F-marked
asymmetries 319, 323, 326, 331, 333
focus movement 288–9, 326–7, 333, 638–40, 663, 674–7, 692–3
lack of 204
focus position 426–7
focus positivity see P300
(p. 959) focus projection 185–202, 204, 346, 434, 486, 692, 710–4, 721, see also F-projection
Default Prosody approach 185, 188, 189–91, 197–200, 202, see also prominence, stress
F-projection approach 191–8
focus prominence / focal prominence 185–91, 193, 197–8, 200–2, 320, 426–7, 443, 448, 456–62, 466–7, 543, 746, 751, see also prominence
focus prosody 281, 434, 470, 485, 753–5, 765, 768, 779, 803n6
focus semantic value 129–31, 352, 490
focus sensitivity 55ff, 105, 229, 338, 352n15, 353–4, 357, see also additive particle, restrictive particle
focus-sensitive determiner 264
focus-sensitive discourse particle 338, 352, 357
focus-sensitive operator/particle 483, 485–8, 490–2, 499, 728–9
acquisition of 572–8
focus-configurational 423, 427, 429–30
formal fronting 633–7, 639–40
frame setting 514
free association 255
fronting 720–1, 724–6
functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) 582, 586, 588–9, 590–1
functional projection 435, 438–9
G-marking 467–8, 490, 501
generalized pied-piping 15, 157–8, 160, 163
Generalized Quantifier theory 251–2
givenness 41ff
in A-related phenomena 384ff
accommodation 51–4, 584, 592
and adverbial quantification 257–8
annotation of 605–8
children’s language production, impact of 568–9
children’s language comprehension, impact of 571–2
and clitic doubling 395ff
contextual 487
degree of 595, 604
and dislocation 414–6
definition of 6, 487
and definiteness 40–2, 49
destressing effect of 466–9, 654
and entailment 46–8
F-marking and 192–4
and focus 45, 55–62, 339, 749–50
Given-before-New generalization 385
marking see G-marking
and memory 585
illusion 45
neurocognitive correlates of 591–2
and predictability 490–2
presupposition and see presupposition
referential and lexical levels of 498, 500
and Second Occurrence Focus (SOF) 483–5, 495
and topic 595–6
water shedding and 339–41
and word order 622–5
givenness marking ellipsis (GME) see ellipsis
grammaticalization 777, 821
heavy NP shift 628–9
height-subordination 476–7, 479–80
identificational predicate 676–7, 681
illocution type operator 293
immediately after the verb position (IAV) 425, 793, 794ff
imperative 306
Inclusiveness 436
indefinites 49, 268
indeterminate phrase 236, 242
indeterminate pronoun 20, 32
indirect evidence 601ff
indirect reference hypothesis 445, 471, see also extended indirect reference hypothesis
individual/stage level predicates 420
inference 47–8, 586, 591–2, 594, 703–4
information packaging 4–5
information status 265, 450, 485, 498, 532, 534, 563, 591, 599, 604–10, 614, 616, see also givenness
effect on accentuation 565–6
information structure (IS):
automatic annotation of 614–6
frequency effects on prosodic realization of 539
history of 3–4
information structural import 543
recursivity of 769–72
(p. 960) intensifying self 508
inter-annotator agreement / inter-rater reliability 608ff
intermediate phrase 484, 491, 495, 497, 500, 502, see also phonological phrase
internal model 582–3
intersective determiners 260, 262–3
intervention effects 240
intonation phrase / intonational phrase 216–8, 410–2, 445ff, 464–9, 474–5, 477–8, 480, 821
Jespersen cycle 505–6
judgment 303
last answer problem 75–6
left periphery 287–9, 428–9, 433, 438, 594–5, 621, 625–7, 633–5, 638–9, 691–6, 825–6, 828
clausal see clause
lexical decision task 524
lexical operator thesis (LOT) 298
lexical tone 745–6, 748, 751–2
lian…dou/ye construction 738–9
locality 134–5
lumpers 484, 487
many 260–1
marginalization 660
marked order 384–5, 388, 401, 590, 595–6
marked stress see stress
matrix 251
Maximize Presupposition see presupposition
memory 585–6
message 541
metrical (in)visibility 176–8
metrical grid 441–62, 500–1
metrical incorporation 179–80
metrical stress 484, 489, 500–2
Minimalism 435–6
minimalist 437
modal particle 336
monotone decreasing 268, 343
mood phrase 302
motivation see trigger
multi-layer corpus architecture 604ff
narrative inversion 719, 721
negation 506
negative concord 510
negative polarity and alternative semantics 39
negative polarity item (NPI) 114, 116, 118–9, 234, 505–6
nested foci 451ff
new 6, 54ff, 336, 338, 341, 565, 568
nominalization 327
non-at-issue meaning 112–15, 120–1, 125–7
non-configurationality 424–5
non-manual (marker) 816, 821–5, 829–32
NP-ellipsis (NPE) see ellipsis
nuclear accent / nuclear pitch accent 355, 451, 483–6, 489, 491–8, 500–2, 698–702, 710–6, 720, 721, 726, see also nuclear stress (NS)
nuclear scope 251
nuclear stress (NS) 190, 194, 426–7, 464–6, see also nuclear accent / nuclear pitch accent
A(naphoric)-deaccenting and NS Shift see deaccenting / destressing
and intonational nucleus alignment 166, 181, 207–9, 215–6
Nuclear Stress Rule (NSR) 168, 170, 177, 179–80, 182, 183, 189, 198–9, 207–9, 215–8, 452n12, see also rightmost strengthening
only 111–6, 119–20, 122–3, 125–6, 229, 354
processing of see processing
optative if only 507
Optimality Theory (OT) 203–33
ordinary semantic value 352, 490
OV sequence 160–1, 163
P600 584–5, 592, 595, 596
parallelism condition (PC) 364, 371, 379
particle verb 219
partitive determiner 265
passive 624–5, 635
(p. 961) perception-action cycle 582–3, 586
PF-deletion 361, 366, 369, 381–2
phrasal stress see stress, phrase accent
phrase accent 201–2, 497
phrasing see prosodic phrasing
plasticity parameter 216
polysynthetic languages 403
poset 626, 638
post-focal reduction / post-focus f0 compression / postfocal compression 499, 747, 749–50, 754, 757–8
the Prague school / the Prague Linguistic Circle 3
predicate 775
predicate doubling 725–6
predication 663–5, 676–7, 681–2
predictability 50, 52–3, 490–2, 498, 500, 544
prediction 582–4, 586, 590–2, 596–8
predictive coding 583, 598
prefield (Vorfeld) 512ff, 590, 594–5, 611–2, 631–40
and givenness 635
prenuclear accent 45, 451, 457–61, 492, 495, 497, 501–2, 697, 699, 712, 715–7
preposing objects 744–5, 752
presupposition 109, 114, 117–8, 124, 127, 254, 337, 351, 577–8
background presupposition 135–41
existential presupposition 663–4, 676–7, 679–84
existential presupposition of focus 101
focus presupposition 129–35, 544
and givenness 42ff, 51ff, 141–5, 544
Maximize Presupposition 54, 544
vs. salience 41–4
processing
effects of crosslinguistic differences on information structure processing 539–40, 559
of only 538, 593
of focus alternatives 537–8, 592–4, 544
of prosodic cues 534, 592–4
of scrambled word order 528–30, 595–6
production planning 541
production-comprehension asymmetry 566–7, 572, 578
prominence 42, 58, 62, 441–62, 483–96, 499–502, 543, 583, 592, 594–5, 735, 737, 746–8, 751, see also, focus prominence / focal prominence, stress
default prominence 185, 189–91, 197–200, 202, see also stress
secondary/postnuclear prominence 457–61, 484, 487–90, 492–3, 496–502
pronoun 549, 551, 716, 723, 724–725, 726–728
clitic pronoun see clitic
German d-pronoun see d-pronoun, German
indeterminate pronoun see indeterminate pronoun
resumptive pronoun 724–725, 819–20
wh-pronoun see wh-pronoun
proportional determiners 263–4
prosodic domain / phonological domain 445–8, 697–700, 821, see also intonation phrase / intonational phrase, phonological phrase
prosodic hierarchy 200, 445–6, 450
prosodic recursion 447, 459–460
pseudogapping 363
psychological predicate 315, 318
quantification 251–69,
A-quantification 252, 253–8
adverbs of 252
asymmetric quantification 258
D-quantification 252, 259–65
domain of 251
(p. 962) quantifier 251, 265, 343, 350
cardinal quantifier 263
comparative quantifier 262
existential quantifier 252
numeral quantifier 263, 266
universal quantifier 252, 663–4, 667–8, 680
quantifier scope 72–3, 623, 694–5
quasi association 255
question 233, 249, 303–304, 827
alternative semantics to, application of 31–3
Current Question 86
question-answer congruence 20, 24, 64, 186–7
question under discussion / Question Under Discussion (QUD) 65–73, 76–80, 86, 299, 277–8, 336n2, 353, 489, 491, 726, 730–1
reaction time 524–5
redundancy theory of truth see truth
reference 541, 585, 590–2, 597
referential density 780–781, 788
referring expression, type of 551, 568–9
Relevance constraints 94, 97
repeated-name-penalty 552
repetition 546
requantification problem 256–7
restrictive focus particle 739–40, 832
cai and jiu 739–40, 744
restrictor 251
resumption 402, 406–8, see also pronoun
rheme 3, 338–9, 349, 733, 750
rhetorical opposition 109–10, 112
rhetorical relation see discourse relations
Rhetorical Structure Theory 276–7, 607
Right Frontier Constraint 93
right node raising (RNR) 360, 362, 364, 370, 377–82
rightmost strengthening 465, 468, see also nuclear stress (NS)
rise-fall-rise (RFR) pattern 73–5
scalar implicature 766
ScalAssert 235, 242
scaling (of tones) see tonal downstep, height, upstep
scope inversion (under rise-fall) 72–3
scrambling 590, 595–6, 622–5, 626–7, 629, 630–1, 636–7, 639, 757–8
A′-scrambling / A-bar-Scrambling 383, 387, 390ff, 630–1
A-scrambling 383, 384ff, 395, 622–4, 627, 639
processing scrambled word order see processing
scrambling negativity 590, 597, 598
second conjunct (SC) 272, 360, 363–4, 371–2, 375–8, 380–1
Second Occurrence Focus (SOF) see focus
secondary assertion 110, 115, 127
Segmented Discourse Representation Theory 276
self-paced reading 524, 556
sentence adverbial 342–345, 626–7
sentence melody see intonation
sentence mood 301ff
sentential force 302
shi construction 736
bare shi focus construction 736–8
bare shi sentences 737
shi…de constructions 736, 737, 738
signing space 815, 828, 830, 833
situations 253–4, 256, 315–318, 332
sluicing 362, 369
snowballing movement 152, 154, 158
specificational predication 664, 676–7, 681–2
splitters 484, 487, 489
squiggle operator 230, 246, 248–9, 254
stress 463–82, 786, 826, 830, see also prominence
default stress 464–6
emphatic stress 557, 778–9, see also emphasis
phrasal stress and spell-out domain 169–70, 172–3, 213–4, 200
(un)marked stress 167–7, 180–4
StressFocus constraint 213–5, 217–8, 444, 452–4
StressXP constraint 212–4, 452–4, 465
(p. 963) stress–focus correspondence 213–5, 217–8, 444, 452–4, 676
Strict Layer Hypothesis 447
stripping 362, 364, 370–1, 374–7, 382
structured meaning 316, 318
stylistic fronting 634–5, 637
subject 337, 342, 344n8, 627–8, 630–5, 637–41, 735, 740–1, 743–5, 785
logical subject 663, 665–6
topical subject 315
Superman sentences 452–6
syntactic movement 318, 324, 326–8, 333
syntax-discourse model (SDM) 597
syntax-prosody interface 209–10, 214, 216–7, 219, 221, 289, see also prosody
T-model 209, 211, 216, 219, 221, 434, 439
theme 3, 80–6, 338–9, 349, 733, 750
thetic sentences 52–3, 315–6, 322, 344n8, 611–2, 669
thetic vs. categorical distinction 172–3, 184
thought 303
tonal height 469–82
tone change 780–1
toneme 151–2, 155
Topic (functional projection) / TopP 149–52, 342, 825
topic:
in A′-related phenomena 390ff
and aboutness 413, 418–9, 420
annotation of 606–11
base-generated topic 742–4, 819, 823–4
clitic left dislocated topic see dislocation
contrastive topic see contrastive topic (CT)
dangling topic 742–4
definition of 6–7
double topicalization 744, 745
external topic 428
familiar topic see givenness
frame-setting topic 761–3
given topics 595, 645, 650, 657, 659
hanging topic see dislocation
implicational topic 70–1
interpretation condition 744
licensing condition 744
moved topic 742–4, 821, 824–5
multiple topic 763–4
partial topic 68–9
right dislocated topic see dislocation
shift topic 650
topic drop 637
topic position 342
topic promotion 413ff, 725
topic shift 69–70, 595
topic stacking 823–5
topic-configurational 423, 427–9, 431
topic-prominence 426, 817
topicality 341, 348, 542, 559
topicalization 429, 693, 704, 719, 723–4, 725, 819–20, 828
English 407
TP-ellipsis (TPE) see ellipsis
tripartite structure 252
truth 311f
coherence theory of 311
consensus theory of 312
correspondence theory of 311
redundancy theory of 311
truth conditions 108, 110, 112–5, 120, 125–7
truth predicate 293
unexpectedness 272, 591
universals 334–5, 832–3
unmarked stress see stress
updating 337, 582, 592, 597
upstep 472, 477–80
verb copying 319, 328, 334
verb movement 663–4, 677
verb raising 210–2
verb second (V2) 513, 516, 621, 631–4, 638, 639–40
(p. 964) VERUM 294, see also focus
VP-ellipsis (VPE) see ellipsis
WH elements 795–6
wh-cleft 827, 833
wh-phrase 663, 675, 682
wh-pronoun 235, 249
wh-question / wh-interrogative 272, 280, 305, 314, 688, 690–1, 694–5, 705–6
when-clause 254
witness set 268
word accent 201–2, 449–62
word order 108, 111, 118, 204–12, 214–21, 355, 357, 549, 564, 568, 570, 590, 592, 594–6, 622–40, 741–2, 744–6, 784
neutral order 67–8, 384
processing of scrambled word order see processing
scrambled word order 205–6, 528–30, 622–5
word order flexibility 528–30, 532, 560
yes/no-question, yes/no-interrogative 75, 280–1, 304, 499, 714, 716, 728