On two types of resumption in Igbo and the nature of islands

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  1. Mary Amaechi

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Abstract: Based on novel data from the native speaker co-author we provide evidence that Igbo (Benue-Kwa) has two types of resumptive pronouns (RPs): RPs that occurs at the bottom of (a) base-generation A'-dependencies and (b) of A'-movement dependencies. While it has been argued before that different kinds of RPs can co-exist in a language (a.o. Borer 1984, Aoun et al. 2001, Bianchi 2004, Sic...

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