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|Title:||A note on 'restructuring' and quantifier climbing in French|
|Publisher:||Cambridge (MA), The MIT Press|
|Abstract:||Although Modern French was originally taken to lack the 'restructur-ing' phenomenon altogether, four different 'restructuring' effects have more recently been claimed to exist in the language: 'en' and 'y' climbing, quantifier climbing, adverb climbing, and long movement in 'easy-to-please' constructions. Evidence discussed in this article shows that only 'en' and 'y' climbing and long movement in 'easy-to-please' constructions are bona fide instances of 'restructuring' in French.|
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