Can a topic ever correspond to a focus?
In the sentence below, the left dislocated topic is the antecedent of the resumptive pronoun she, but she is in focus.
'Mary, SHE ate my cake!'
Context: I know ...
How do you differentiate phrases which are topics, focalized, or just plain subjects? What tests can you use?
I am looking at the data below-- the capitalized Hawaiian phrases have been claimed to be ...
There are many ways a word can be expressed, or things a word is:
With textual characters and a dictionary spelling,
With phonetic symbols and a phonetic spelling
With sound, a recording of the word ...