Move WH in a Language without Wh-Movement
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The study of constraints in grammar has been one of the most persistent topics in generative studies. Among the most important results of this enterprise is a set of locality conditions, including most notably Ross’s island constraints and Chomsky’s Subjacency Condition. These locality conditions are usually defi ned over certain structural confi gurations and a rule of movement, deletion, or at least some kind of dependency between two structural positions.