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Chomsky on licensing parasitic gaps in English

Parasitic Gaps The book(i) that you filed __(i) without reading __(i) The book that [you filed the book [without reading the book]] In the example noun phrase, modelled in (1) and (2) above, we see ...
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Difference between PRO and OP

I'll try to answer your question although I'm blind to Chinese clause structure. But notice that you wrote PRO in your question. PRO is quite different from pro. Let's consider this sentence: (1) ...
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Can a control verb simultaneously be a raising verb?

Well, not simultaneously, no. Not in the same sentence. But as these exercises makes clear, it can happen that a particular English verb, like want, governs Equi (aka "Equivalent Noun Phrase ...
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