Languages that allow indexicals (e.g. I, you) to shift away from the
actual context of the utterance are subject to a ‘Shift-Together’
requirement: Two 'shifty indexicals’ in the same domain either both shift
or neither shifts (e.g. Anand & Nevins 2004). Bylinina et al. (2014) extend
‘Shift-Together’ to a broader class of perspective-sensitive elements, e.g.
predicates of personal taste (PPTs), sp...