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Proceedings of the 36th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics
edited by Richard Stockwell, Maura O'Leary, Zhongshi Xu, and Z.L. Zhou
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Contents

This proceedings will be published approximately September 20, 2019. Links to abstracts and complete papers will appear on this page then. Advance orders are welcome!

Preface
Richard Stockwell, Maura O'Leary, Zhongshi Xu, and Z.L. Zhou
vii

That's all
Vincent Homer
1-21

Speakers Treat Transparent and Opaque Alternation Patterns Differently — Evidence from Chinese Tone Sandhi
Jie Zhang
22-40

Surprising
Maayan Abenina-Adar
41-47

The A-/A'-Distinction in Scrambling Revisited
Akihiko Arano and Hiromune Oda
48-54

Sufficient and Necessary Conditions for a Non-unified Analysis of Causation
Elitzur Bar-Asher Siegal and Nora Boneh
55-60

Indonesian Crossed Control: Expanding the Typology of Restructuring
Mike Berger
61-70

On the Coordinate Structure Constraint and Labeling
Željko Bošković
71-80

In Bùlì, Covert Movement Licenses Parasitic Gaps
Kenyon Branan and Abdul-Razak Sulemana
81-90

Reflexive Functional Head, Verbal and Nominal Predicates
Irina Burukina
91-98

How to Make a Pronoun Resumptive
Dustin A. Chacón
99-108

Loss of Movement and Labeling: Grammatical Pressure and Diachronic Change
Marcin Dadan
109-114

Variability in Adjunct Islands: An Experimental Study in Italian
Chiara Dal Farra
115-120

The Syntax of Stranding at Edges
Colin P. Davis
121-131

A Semantic Characterization of Turkish Nominalizations
Ömer Demirok
132-142

Unaccusative Structures and Verbal Suppletion in Me'phaa from Iliatenco
Philip T. Duncan
143-148

The Natural Class of Tough-Predicates, and Non-finite Clauses
John Gluckman
149-158

Choice Functions in Intensional Contexts: Rehabilitating Bäuerle's Challenge to the Scope Theory of Intensionality
Thomas Grano
159-164

A Twofold Classification of Expletive Negation
Matteo Greco
165-175

Word Reading in Arabic: Influences of Diacritics and Ambiguity
Michael Grosvald, Sarah Al-Alami, and Ali Idrissi
176-181

How Does Head Movement Affect Ellipsis and Extraction?
Semoon Hoe, Dongwoo Park, and Han-Byul Chung
182-187

Variation in the Co-occurrence of Indexical Elements: Evidence for Split Indexical Projections in DPs
Brian Hsu and Saurov Syed
188-197

What Does a Verb-Sensitive Approach to Japanese Ditransitive Constructions Tell Us?
Tomoko Ishizuka
198-208

Bare Singulars and the Interpretation of Small Clause Subjects
Jyoti Iyer
209-219

Structured Questions
Paloma Jeretič
220-225

Islands and Resumption in Asante Twi
Sampson Korsah and Andrew Murphy
226-236

The Syntax of Contrastive Topic-Focus Association in the Middle Field of Brazilian Portuguese
Renato Lacerda
237-242

Precedence is Pathological: The Problem of Alphabetical Sorting
Andrew Lamont
243-249

The Colon as a Separate Prosodic Category: Tonal Evidence from Paicî (Oceanic, New Caledonia)
Florian Lionnet
250-259

Circumventing Shortest with the Additive —kin in Finnish Binary Wh-questions
Karoliina Lohiniva and Anne Vainikka
260-269

Tops and Bottoms: Axial Nominals as Weak Definites
Ora Matushansky and Joost Zwarts
270-280

The Role of Semantics in Licensing English Synthetic Compounds
Andrew McKenzie
281-285

Complexity, Naturalness, and Explanatory Power: The Case of Seenku Argument-Head Tone Sandhi
Laura McPherson
286-295

Communicative Reception Reports as Hear-say: Evidence from Indexical Shift in Turkish
Deniz Özyıldız, Travis Major, and Emar Maier
296-305

Knowing whether and Ignorance Inferences
Mathieu Paillé and Bernhard Schwarz
306-315

On Two Types of Correlation Structures in Egyptian Arabic
Usama Soltan
316-325

Stress in –ative and the Role of Pre-at- Segments: Evidence from Dictionary Studies
Juliet Stanton
326-332

Nominal-Clitic Case Mismatches
Matthew Tyler and Michelle Yuan
333-343

Perspectives under Ellipsis
Rong Yin and Jeremy Hartman
344-349

Turkish Sluicing or Stripping? Why Not Both?
Leyla Zidani-Eroğlu
350-355

This proceedings will be published approximately September 20, 2019. Links to abstracts and complete papers will appear on this page then. Advance orders are welcome!