Greek After-Thought Topics, Tails, Co-reference and Case Agreement. A First Approach

Maria Valiouli
After an introduction on Subject-prominent and Topic-prominent languages, two different cases of Greek After-Thought Topics (Tails) are presented: • when the rightmost full-fledged NP is a personal name and • when it is an adjective. In either cases the AT (rail) has to be co-referential - through case agreement - with one of the arguments of the preceding verbs. When the AT (Tail) is a personal name, it seems that it has to conform to...
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