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In this Verb Incorporation 37 position, W must move to F2 in order to check the functional features carried by the morpheme F2 , probably because of the principle of Full Interpretation (Chomsky 1995). But this movement inevitably leaves a trace in the V1 position that cannot be c-commanded by its antecedent, the lowered W. 10 Because W cannot be legitimately inserted in (37), there is no well-formed syntactic representation of the thematic relation between V1 and F2 . Under the MSMH, this means F2 -V1 can only enter syntax as a ‘‘nonexpandable’’ verb.

B. A tense a‰x must be hosted by a verb/aux in overt syntax. For Baker, (44a) is necessary for preventing covert movement of a tense morpheme to T as in Chomsky’s analysis, and (44b) is the direct cause for the typological gap at issue: the intervening subject in (43b) prevents the a‰x under T from being hosted by the in-situ verb. Now suppose that (44a–b) are part of UG and so is the LH. For languages with overt subject raising to the Spec of TP, the LH forces inflection to take place either lexically as Chomsky (1995) suggests or through phonological adjacency (see my brief discussion of Distributive Morphology in chapter 4).

The subject raises overtly or covertly to the Spec of TP. b. The verb raises overtly or covertly to T. The combination of these options predicts four language types, of which only three are attested (see Baker’s own discussion of Julien 2000). (39) Overt subject raising Overt verb raising þ þ French þ À English À þ Welsh À À q The corresponding examples are given in (40)–(43) (quoted from Baker 2002, 321–323). (40) French a. Jean a souvent embrasse´ Marie. b. Jean embrasse souvent Marie. (41) English a.

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