I am working through "Contemporary Linguistics" on my own. It's been going pretty well, but I have a question about building syntax trees.
I understand the tree here for "The dog might bite that man" fairly well. Now, I would like to add "tomorrow" to the end of the sentence. I've looked through the book, and the only similar example I can find is using "never", which comes in front of the verb.
Is this there a Move happening here?
Tomorrow the dog might bite that man.
This is correct grammar, but I don't see anything to attach tomorrow to on the left side of the sentence.
*The dog might tomorrow bite that man.
This is not correct grammar, and I believe that means tomorrow could not have moved from there?
I don't quite know if "The dog tomorrow might bite that man" is correct grammar, but it seems much less ungrammatical than *"tomorrow bite". Could the adverb attach to the I?
How can I build this tree?