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* Jouitteau, M.  2005b. ‘Nominal Properties of ''v''Ps in Breton, A hypothesis for the typology of VSO languages’, ''Verb First: On the Syntax of Verb Initial Languages'', Carnie, Andrew, Heidi Harley and Sheila Ann Dooley (eds.), xiv, 434 pp. (pp. 265–280) Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company. [http://books.google.fr/books?id=StIEpRsmDbIC&pg=PA265&dq=breton+syntax&lr=&hl=en&sig=ACfU3U1IggsGlr6bNwrH14JgJwTlxjj7QQ#PPP1,M1 Preview], [http://dingo.sbs.arizona.edu/~carnie/publications/VerbFirst.html Description and reviews]
* Jouitteau, M.  2005b. ‘Nominal Properties of ''v''Ps in Breton, A hypothesis for the typology of VSO languages’, ''Verb First: On the Syntax of Verb Initial Languages'', Carnie, Andrew, Heidi Harley and Sheila Ann Dooley (eds.), xiv, 434 pp. (pp. 265–280) Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company. [http://books.google.fr/books?id=StIEpRsmDbIC&pg=PA265&dq=breton+syntax&lr=&hl=en&sig=ACfU3U1IggsGlr6bNwrH14JgJwTlxjj7QQ#PPP1,M1 Preview], [http://dingo.sbs.arizona.edu/~carnie/publications/VerbFirst.html Description and reviews]
  '''abstract '''
 
  Celtic and Semitic languages show the following clustering of
  typological properties:
 
  (i) the Complementarity Principle in the verbal agreement system;
  (ii) licensing of a genitive dependent by a construct state;
  (iii) a verbal construction whose object bears genitive.
 
  The aim of this paper is to show how (i-iii) are derived in one of
  these languages taken as a case study.
  I will show that in the Breton language (Continental Celtic), the three
  properties mentioned above follow straightforwardly from one parameter:
  the interpretability of the [D] feature on v as represented in (1a),
  where v is a functional projection similar to D in a DP structure in (1b).
 
  (1) a. [''v''P Subject ''v'' [D- φ 3.SG ] [ [[VP]] ] ]
      b. [[[DP]] ... [[D]] [ [[NP]] ] ]




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  • Jouitteau, M. 2005b. ‘Nominal Properties of vPs in Breton, A hypothesis for the typology of VSO languages’, Verb First: On the Syntax of Verb Initial Languages, Carnie, Andrew, Heidi Harley and Sheila Ann Dooley (eds.), xiv, 434 pp. (pp. 265–280) Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company. Preview, Description and reviews


 abstract 
 
 Celtic and Semitic languages show the following clustering of 
 typological properties: 
 
 (i) the Complementarity Principle in the verbal agreement system; 
 (ii) licensing of a genitive dependent by a construct state; 
 (iii) a verbal construction whose object bears genitive. 
 
 The aim of this paper is to show how (i-iii) are derived in one of 
 these languages taken as a case study. 
 I will show that in the Breton language (Continental Celtic), the three 
 properties mentioned above follow straightforwardly from one parameter: 
 the interpretability of the [D] feature on v as represented in (1a), 
 where v is a functional projection similar to D in a DP structure in (1b).
 
 (1) a. [vP Subject v [D- φ 3.SG ] [ VP ] ]
     b. [[[DP]] ... D [ NP ] ]