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We uploaded slides and a 28 minute video presentation accompanying the slides. **Abstract:** This paper investigates modal inferences triggered by free choice elements and makes the following two contributions: (i) it brings to light a new morphological make-up in the realm of universal Free Choice Items (FCIs), and (ii) it shows how to derive the corresponding meaning in a compositional way. We further show that the pattern we investigate opens new perspectives regarding the connections between unconditionals and FCIs, in line with recent work by Szabolcsi 2019 and Gonzalez and Lohiniva 2020.
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